Board of Trustees
Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County
Bill Clinton is a community organizer and activist. He was most influenced by his experience as a founding board member of the First Suburbs Project of Southeast PA in 2007, and later as an organizer for Democracy Spring’s March on Washington in April 2016. In 2006, Bill became the first Democrat elected to his local township council. After serving for two terms he became a candidate for County Council. Bill is now active in helping younger Democrats get elected to local office.
A UU for 46 years and a 25-year member of UUCDC in Media, Bill served as board president for the last three years. His current goal is to build the power of our denomination to influence our state to achieve progress that matches our UU values of justice, compassion and equity. He is excited to join the UUJusticePA Board as it works to expand the Board’s focus on advocacy to include voter turnout and community engagement.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York
Carol Stowell has been an active UU for 30 years, in Gettysburg and York. After retiring from working 30 years in healthcare, she has devoted much of her free time to advocating on social justice issues with an emphasis on immigrants rights and good government reform. In addition to her role on the Board of UUJusticePA, she is on the leadership team of March on Harrisburg.
Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration
Tim Styer is an experienced and creative business and community leader, with extensive management and organizational experience. He is a graduate of the Executive Management program of Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
A Unitarian Universalist for over 30, Tim is a member of The Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration in Philadelphia where he and his wife Darlene are active in congregational life. Currently, Tim is the chair of Restoration’s Finance committee. He has served on the board in many capacities including; secretary, assistant Moderator and Moderator.
Tim is the President & CEO of Ride To Work LLC, which eliminates the transportation barrier for companies and nonprofit organizations looking to hire people from marginalized backgrounds. He is a lifelong activist resident of Philadelphia, and has spent the majority of his professional career advocating and providing services to some of the most vulnerable, especially those in the reentry community.
Unitarian Church of Harrisburg
Margaret C. Carrow is a graduate of Clark University with a Bachelors’ degree in Government. She has been in the Harrisburg area since 1986, when she began employment with the Department of Navy’s Central Design Agency for Information Systems – Navsup Business Information Center. She is a member of the Unitarian Church of Harrisburg (UCH), and was co-developer of the church’s first all-church social action project supporting Helping Women Ex-Offenders and their families.
At the present time, she is a member of the steering committee for the Lay Lead Ministry supporting Helping People in Prison and their families. She served as a member of the UCH’s Board of Trustees for over five years. She is a long-time member and chairperson of Oliver LaGrone Scholarship Committee at UCH. Margaret’s other interest include UU-UNO, the Clark University Alumni and Parent Admissions Program and the Clark University Harrisburg Alumni Chapter. She is presently co-chair of UUJusticePA’s Anti-Mass Incarceration Subcomittee.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Susquehanna Valley
Bio coming soon.
Rev. Terry Cummings
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York
Rev. Cummings graduated from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York in 2016 with the degree of Master of Divinity. She was ordained into Unitarian Universalist ministry in October of 2018.
She is currently the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of York, PA. She has previously served congregations in Arizona, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. She is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, New Jersey.
Before being called to ministry, she was an attorney in private practice in New York City for over 35 years. She received her law degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1979.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Centre County
Peg Dobrinska has been a UU for twenty-five years beginning her journey in Pottstown and continuing in State College, PA. A social work graduate from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, 1972, Peg knows her initial work as a community organizer began in Girl Scouts in South Dakota. Noting the enormous disparity between funding for Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts; she proposed that a few weeks a year be set aside at the Boys Camp for the girls. This never came to fruition but did lead to her election as President of the Tri-State Council.
Today she serves as the Social Action chair of her congregation, a Board member of the Homeless Shelter, Prison Society member, and a member of the ReEntry from Prison coalition of Centre County. She also serves on the Centre County Democratic Committee and is a precinct chair. She is a Youth chaperone for Cons, GA and UNO Spring Seminar.
Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills
Stephen Fuegi has been a member of the UU Church of the North Hills for a little less than two years. In that time, he has been very active with the church’s Systemic Change Team and with UUJusticePA’s Anti-Mass Incarceration Justice Team. He has attended the Gamaliel Foundation’s National Training Program and has been active with PIIN, the Pittsburgh-area Gamaliel affiliate. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and of its School of Law, he is a licensed attorney. He enjoys choral singing, both with his church choir and with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale.
Richard Williams grew up in Sioux City, Iowa and has been a UU since birth. After studying architecture in New York State, he settled in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and formed an architectural firm that has evolved into Williams Kinsman Lewis Architecture. The firm provides a variety of planning and architecture services throughout the northeastern United States.
In 1991 with support from the Joseph Priestley District and the Pennsylvania Universalists Convention, he was part of the group that chartered the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Wyoming Valley.
In 2011, Richard was the only Independent elected to the 11-person Luzerne County Council that was created when Luzerne County adopted a Home Rule Charter form of government. His service on the Council ended in early 2018. He chose not to run for re-election.
From late 2017 through June 2020, Richard was the Director of UU Pennsylvania Advocacy Network (UUPLAN…the former name of UU Justice PA).
He lives in Kingston, Pennsylvania.
Board Member Emeritus
Unitarian Society of Germantown
Dennis Brunn is a community social work educator and practitioner. He served as director of the UUJusticePA from 2011-13. He has continued as co-leader and now member of the UUJusticePA Immigration Justice Team and as a member of the UUJusticePA Board’s Fundraising Committee.
Now retired, Dennis has specialized in training and consulting with those working to improve their neighborhoods and schools through creating or strengthening active, growing grassroots organizations with clear goals. Since the 1970s, he has helped create in Philadelphia and in New Jersey neighborhood improvement and advocacy organizations with an emphasis on economic justice and on improving urban public schools. He has taught graduate students in community organizing and development and several universities, including Bryn Mawr, Temple and the University of Pennsylvania. Dennis is an active member of the Unitarian Society of Germantown where he serves on the Social Justice Council.