(Will be recorded to share on AHA YouTube Channel)
In 2024, education programming will focus on humanity, environment, health, and economy. For the winter focus on humanity, we will be addressing issues that impact the transgender community, upholding respectful boundaries, and practicing compassion within our communities. More details on this talk coming soon!
Reverend Kevin W. Jagoe was born and raised in small-town Minnesota. He lived in Brooklyn, NY before being called by BuxMont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in 2018 and now lives outside of Philadelphia, PA. He completed his Master of Divinity at Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago, IL and is currently working on his Doctorate of Divinity at United Lutheran Seminary.
Beyond congregational life, Kevin is Adjunct Faculty with the Humanist Studies Program of the American Humanist Association. He currently serves on the Education Committee of the American Humanist Association and was a past Board member of the Unitarian Universalist Humanist Association. He is a contributor to the books Humanist Voices in Unitarian Universalism & Values in Action.
Kevin’s background includes more than a decade of work in the nonprofit sector with organizations ranging in size from five members to several thousand. He has worked within the Humanist movement professionally and as a volunteer. He was a very dedicated lay leader in his home congregation (First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis) and has been on staff with four UU congregations.
Prior to seminary, he completed a BA in anthropology, criminal justice, and forensic sciences with minors in psychology and biology as well as a Master of Arts in Nonprofit Management. Kevin also obtained a Certificate in Humanist Studies & Leadership from what is now known as the Humanist Studies Program of the American Humanist Association.