A Letter From Katie


Dear Amazing UU Activists of Arizona,

Over the past 10 months, I have had the honor of serving you as the Justice Coordinator at UUJAZ.  It’s been a wonderful experience.  The UU community in Arizona is a strong force for social justice.  The energy and commitment of the network has a profound impact on our state. 

As of May 6th, I have stepped down from my role.   After more than a decade of 50+ hour work weeks, I have decided to apply my workers’ justice beliefs to my own practice.  I will shift my balance to be more available to my family.

I continue to support and admire the work of UUJAZ and I’ll stand with you in all our justice work.  And of course, I look forward to seeing you at Issue and Action Day in October.

Thank you for the time, opportunities, and connections I have had as Justice Coordinator.  I deeply appreciate the work that each of you does to make Arizona a stronger, more just home for us all. 

Sincerely,
Katie Resendiz



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UUJAZ Seeks Justice Coordinator


Unitarian Universalist Justice Arizona (UUJAZ) is seeking a half-time Justice Coordinator to join our staff team!  UUJAZ focuses its relationship-based justice work on nurturing congregational justice ministries, connecting congregations and activists across the state, and building bridges at the state legislature that allow our progressive values to be heard and have impact over the long haul.  If you feel passionate about a variety of justice issues, if you have technological skills, if you enjoy working collaboratively, we encourage you to contact us! 

Please write a cover letter explaining your interest in and qualifications for this position, as well as what justice issues call you to take action.  Send it with a copy of your resume to Lisa@uujaz.org by May 31st, 2016.  We look forward to hearing from you!



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