Our primary purpose as a Board is to inspire, direct, and hold accountable the Ministers and ourselves through the broad written policies we have established that reflect Unitarian Universalist values and perspectives. The Board must ensure that all divergent views are considered, yet it must resolve into a single organizational position on any issue.

Trustees are elected for three-year terms, with three new members being elected each year to replace the three who will be completing their terms. Nominations are made by the Nominating Committee chaired by TBA.

To contact all members of the Board of Trustees, send an email to board@first-unitarian-pgh.org

Officers
Heather Masterson (2023), President
Lee Carnes (2022), Vice President
Kate Snow (2023), Secretary
Kyle Gracey (2023), Treasurer

Members
Amy DeChicchis (2024)
Julie Downs (2022)
Rev. Kate Walker, Minister Ex-Officio
Sam Hens-Greco (2022)
Bob Mitchell (2024)
Rob Schwartz (2024)

Financial Officers
Claus Makowka, Controller
Margaret Stevens, Assistant Controller

The Board of Trustees meets every third Wednesday at 7:00 PM in the Schweitzer room. All are welcome, and those who wish will be given an opportunity to speak. To speak at a board meeting, please send your request to board@first-unitarian-pgh.org.


Board of Trustees Updates

3rd Quarter Treasurer’s Report: Finances Are ‘OK’

Our finances are in an OK position going into the last quarter of the year. Although we continue to suffer losses due to the pandemic, we are still generally operating as budgeted for the year. ...
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2nd Quarter Treasurer’s Report

Our finances are in a reasonable position after the first half of 2021. Although we continue to suffer losses due to the pandemic, we are generally operating as budgeted for the year. All information below ...
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A Message from the Board of Trustees; Repayment of the Federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan

Dear First Unitarian Members,As you may know, the Board of Trustees voted at its March 17, 2021, meeting torepay the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan that the First UnitarianChurch of Pittsburgh received in April ...
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First Quarter Treasurer’s Report

Our finances are holding up after the first quarter of 2021. Although we continue to suffer losses due to the pandemic, we have successfully planned the cuts and other adjustments necessary to navigate these impacts. ...
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2020 Financial Summary

We ended the fiscal and calendar year in an OK position. In summary, and as expected, we ended with a net loss, though somewhat less of a loss than budgeted. We still have a healthy ...
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