Kathleen Green is Yale Humanist Community’s Executive Director, a Fellow at Silliman College, and a doctoral candidate at New York Theological Seminary. Previously, Kathleen served Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations for 10 years, in Illinois, Wisconsin, California, and New Jersey. She has a long history of interfaith and social justice work which includes involvement with the Unitarian Universalist legislative ministries of both California and New Jersey. She is a past member of the Faith and Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute at the Center for American Progress in Washington, DC, and current member of the Feminist Caucus of the American Humanist Association, the UU Society for Community Ministers, and currently serves the Old Lyme, CT, representative to the Regional Mental Health Board.
Kathleen has been published on Humanist.com, and is the author of an upcoming book of humanist reflections for children, Goodness Gracious, due out by the end of 2017. As a humanist interfaith activist, Kathleen is part of the teaching faculty at Claremont Lincoln University in California. She received her undergraduate degree from Thomas Edison University in NJ, her Master of Divinity degree from Meadville-Lombard Theological School in Chicago, and expects to receive her Doctorate of Ministry in multifaith studies in May of 2018. Additionally, Kathleen is a certified Positive Psychology Practitioner and Humanist Celebrant.