Our Board of Directors effective August 15, 2016
Julie Skye, Treasurer, has been an investment advisor for 27 years, and a Registered Investment Advisor at Pinnacle Investment Advisors in Tulsa for 8 years. She received a B.S.B.A in Finance from the University of Tulsa in 1986 and an M.B.A. from the University of Tulsa in 1990. She is a committed social justice advocate and a shareholder activist, working with national organizations such as the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility. Small group ministry is her chosen way to connect and effect change, but she serves on numerous boards, foundations and committees, including the National Unitarian Universalist Investment Committee; the UUA Liaison to the Committee on Socially Responsible Investing, and the UUA Allies for Racial Equity.
Rev. Leslie Dotson, President, is an Associate Regional Pastor for the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ. She is a graduate of Phillips Theological Seminary, and has served two local churches before moving into regional ministry. Leslie was elected to the Board in 2013.
Sandra Rana, PhD, has lived in Tulsa for over 30 years. Dr. Rana has been active in numerous interfaith and community organizations over the years including Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry (Past President), a founding member of Tulsa Interfaith Alliance, the City of Tulsa Human Rights Commission, Mayor’s Jobs for Veterans Committee and as a member and Chair of the Governor’s Ethnic American Advisory Council under Governor Brad Henry. Dr. Rana is a Senior Professional in Human Resources and is a member of TEOCCA and SHRM
Elaine Dodd, Secretary
Marjorie Kroll grew up in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin and in 1960 graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison with a major in Recreation and Community Leadership and married David Kroll. She has worked as the Fine Arts Librarian at Tulane University in New Orleans and then several years in Houston, Texas as YWCA downtown Adult Education Program Director. In around 1963 we moved to Milan, Italy for three years, Tripoli, Libya three years and then Walton-on-Thames, England for six years. In 1975 we, with our two children, moved to Tulsa and I volunteered for many organizations such as The Ballet, Opera, Gilcrease and Philbrook Museums and PTAs at Grimes, Nimitz, and Memorial schools, as well as leading adult and children’s Great Books Discussion groups. We joined All Sous Unitarian Church in 1975 and I became involved in many of its activities and boards including Chairman of the Book Table. I received my Masters in English Literature from the University of Tulsa in 1987 and taught Freshman English at TCC for about ten years. Recently I have served on the All Souls Bridging Committee and the YWCA Witnessing Whiteness Group. This year I will serve on the All Souls Adult Education Committee. For several years I have served on and continue to serve on the Tulsa University MacFarland Library Committee.
Evan Taylor, Vice President
Rev. Nathan Mattox
Rebecca Simcoe, PhD