Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson joins the Black Lives of UU Organizing Collective Board


Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism is excited to announce the newest addition to their Organizing Collective Board!

Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson has been a long time supporter of BLUU, is a founding member of the BLUU Ministerial Network and led the youth programming at the first BLUU Convening.

“ Kimberly’s experience in youth leadership, pastoral care and social justice in the UU faith make her an incredible asset to our Board. we are overjoyed to have her join our team.” - Leslie Mac BLUU OC Board Chair

Full information about Rev Kimberly Quinn Johnson can be found below:

Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson serves as minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Fork, on Long Island in Bridgehampton, NY. She has passion and expertise for racial justice work and ministry with youth. Before ministry, Kimberly worked as a union organizer with the UAW. She also taught Women's and Gender Studies at New Jersey City University.

 Kimberly serves as chair of the UUA Appointments Committee and President of the Metro NY UUMA Chapter. She is also a member of the Central East Region Congregational Life Advisory Council and the Steering Committee for UU Class Conversations. She gets to work in the nexus of faith formation, youth ministry, and racial justice as a Program Leader with the UU College of Social Justice. And she's likely to be spending her summer working with youth through UU Summer Seminary or Thrive, leadership experiences for youth of color.