Building covenantal relationships among Unitarian Universalist women that equip us all to be better co-conspirators and allies in the movement for collective liberation.
Candace is primarily responsible for our communications and social media management. This includes ongoing support for developing programming and creating digital content, such as the newsletters and infographics we share with our larger community. She is a native of New Orleans, has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Xavier University of Louisiana, and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Georgia State University. Outside of work, Candace supports people accessing abortion and centers her work on the nuances of Black womanhood and strategies of anti-misogynoir.
Dana Kader Robb
Los Angeles, CA
Rev. Mandy Goheen
Mandy has been the settled minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga since 2019. Mandy is the current president of the Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation and serves UUA as a member of the Commission on Social Witness. She double majored in Family Studies and Forensic Investigation, receiving a Bachelor’s from Weber University in Ogden, UT in 2009. Mandy graduated in 2017 from Starr King School for the Ministry earning her Master’s in Divinity. During her time in seminary, she served the Prison Ministry at The Church of the Larger Fellowship for five years. Mandy lives in Hixon, TN with her husband, five of six children (mostly grown), three dogs, two cats, and ten chickens. She loves the woods, UU ministry, family, Appalachian culture, telling stories, and working for collective liberation. Mandy is keenly interested in the intersections of gender, race, and class and is deeply called as an abolitionist.
Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
East Hampton, NY
Kimberly Quinn Johnson serves as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, on Long Island in Bridgehampton, NY. Her ministry and her preaching encourage us to connect to our most deeply held values so that we can live our faith in the world. Before ministry, Kimberly worked as a union organizer with the UAW. She continues to teach Women's and Gender Studies at New Jersey City University. Kimberly serves on the organizing collective board for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU). She also serves on the boards of the UU Service Committee (UUSC) and the UU Women's Federation (UUWF). She serves as vice-president of the St. Lawrence Foundation for Theological Education and is a member of both the Steering Committee for UU Class Conversations and the UUA Appointments Committee. She gets to work at the nexus of faith formation, youth ministry, and racial justice as a Program Leader with the UU College of Social Justice.
Rev. Denise L. Graves
New Orleans, LA
Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.