2017 Board of Directors Nominees

2017 Board of Directors Nominees

The Nominating Committee is pleased to offer the following nominees for your prayerful consideration.
Members will vote on our nominees for Board of Directors at our Annual Meeting. All are invited to join us for our Annual Membership Meeting on Sunday, June 18 at 11:30am in the sanctuary as we review the last year and look ahead to the coming year. 
 
 
 
Megan Clark
Megan began attending UCOP in 1992 and became a member in 1994. She has served in many capacities over the years, including greeter and usher teams, teaching youth Sunday school, and many in-reach and outreach programs. Megan currently serves on the Screens and Lights team. She is also active in the local community serving her passion for animals at local shelters. She was a member of the church staff under Rev. Patricia Bass. Megan is a leader in the local business community. She is the Vice President of Operations for an independent mortgage bank, where she incorporates Unity principles into her work environment and with her teams. Megan is from Overland Park, where she lives with her husband and daughter…and their three crazy dogs! UCOP is so very important to Megan's life and her soul. It would be a great honor to serve this community as a Board member.    
 

 

 
Peter Jarosewycz
Since retirement from his career as an attorney/administrative law judge with the State of Missouri, Peter has increased his volunteer activities with this church (mainly with the Men's Group); the area Unity community; and the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council. He believes in the power of tithing and he tithes to various religious organizations. He also believes his legal background contributes to his qualifications for service on the Board.
 

 

Mike Jensen
I love this church and its ministers, staff and congregation. Attending and being involved here for over 40 years have been pivotal in my life. I previously served on the board for over four years as your Treasurer, Vice President and President. I have also served on the boards of numerous other non-profits and believe that just because we are a non-profit doesn’t mean we must be non-prosperous. I also served as an elected public official on the Board of Education when we lived in Oregon. Most recently I have served the church as a member of the Marketing team and leading the Board through its recent strategic planning exercise. I believe I offer heart-centered, insightful, strong leadership and energy in service to the church to carry out those goals and move the church in the direction of its divine next chapter.
 

 

Lisa Pollice

Lisa Pollice is a wife and mom to a beautiful, amazing and oftentimes wacky brood.  Amidst the stresses of the daily world, Lisa works hard to create a home that is a haven of love, acceptance, and most of all – laughter for all who enter. 

Lisa’s career path has been largely non-profit Fundraising and Development.  Throughout the years, having raised literally millions of dollars for organizations such as AIDS Walk Arizona, March of Dimes and Komen, Lisa’s passion has long been helping to build programs that serve those in need.   She hopes to bring those skills to work in service here – and would love to see more robust outreach (and in-reach) programs - trusting the spiritual principles of reciprocity:  that when we reach out and support our world at large – that God infinitely will bless our Ministry to continue do more of the same.