Amy Brock, Director of Lifelong Learning
Amy's current work in Lifespan Education is driven most profoundly by the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. She is passionate about supporting humans of all ages in their search for worth, justice, acceptance, truth and meaning along life's ever-changing journey.
Her religious education (RE) experience began as a middle school volunteer in a church nursery. She would later serve as a youth camp counselor, volunteer youth advisor, small group ministry coordinator, covenant group facilitator, and RE administrative assistant. In addition to her work in RE, Amy served students of all ages for over ten years as a professional educator in parochial, private, and public school inclusion classrooms. She holds a MAT in Early Childhood Education with endorsements in reading and special education from Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia. She also holds undergraduate degrees in psychology and general education for K-12 students.
In her spare time, Amy enjoys exploring the PNW with her husband, Kevin and their beagle-corgi mix, Georgia. She also teaches hatha, vinyasa, and yin yoga classes to all ages of students in the Vancouver area. She is registered through Yoga Alliance at the E-RYT 200 level.
You can reach Amy at email@example.com.
2017-2018 RE Volunteers and Staff
Nursery (Infant -- Preschool) ECE Staff 2017-2018
Alexandrea Brown, Sarah Donnelly, Lauren Kristensen, Ashley Pope, Elle Raunig
Elementary (Pre-K -- Fourth Grade) Teaching Volunteers 2017-2018
Ashley Becker, Teresa Kirchner, Anna Perry, Annette Stanhope, Starr Yurkewycz
Middle School (Fifth Grade -- Eighth Grade) Teaching Volunteers 2017-2018
Mellie Hock, Kitty Hibbs, Mac Mintz, Jack Perry, Clara Willoughby
High School (Ninth Grade -- Twelfth Grade) Teaching Volunteers 2017-2018
Chad Beyer, Paul Chandler, Carole Gamoy, Rick Krahn
Lifelong Learning Council Members
RE Representatives: Stacey Kim and Sahithya Koka
AE Representatives: Rory Bowman and Merridy McDaniel
Social Action Liaison: Donna McLain
Interested in serving on our Lifelong Learning Council?
Council members meet once a month (in person on online) to develop and organize programming for adults, children, and youth. Children and youth (RE) representatives are more active in the spring and fall. Adult representatives (AE) are more active in the Fall and Winter.
Application for RE Representative: Click Here
Application for AE Representative: Click Here
Interested in teaching a class for children or adults?
Contact Amy Brock for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org