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Susan Cannon, M.S., M.Ed. brings 40 years of experience in the fields of early childhood education, training, customer relations, volunteer leadership as well as leadership coaching to the NTUC board. She joined the board in July of 2014 with the desire to nurture and strengthen her spiritual home. Susan’s passion is working with people to develop the emotional and spiritual intelligence needed for us all to enjoy safe, creative wholeness.
Brenda Zechmeister has been coming to New Thought Unity for just over 20 years. "I knew from the first time I came here that this was where I belonged. Over the years, I have enjoyed so many services, classes and book discussion groups. I especially loved opening my home to host the book discussion groups and getting to know many new friends through the intimate sharing in those groups. I also grew through a number of other volunteer activities, like assisting in the Sunday school classes and singing in the choir.
I am honored to serve on the Board of Trustees. Over the years, I have worn many hats in various jobs and learned administrative, creative and relationship building skills that I believe will be helpful in my time on the board. I currently teach yoga and have led retreats with various mindfulness and meditation exercises that have helped others. Everyday I practice to develop these skills to deepen my spiritual growth and share
those experiences with others.
I currently reside with my mother in Price Hill. I love animals and like to pet sit, so sometimes I'm staying in other people's houses. My sweetie lives in Youngstown, NY, so I am sometimes up there as well. I love to travel, spend time in nature and participate in drum circles and other creative endeavors. I am grateful for this opportunity and hope to be part of the team that leads others in growing together in Spirit".
Betty Cowgill first attended NTUC in September, 1977 and became a member in March, 1978
Betty will tell you she had never heard of the Unity Movement before that time, but on her very firstvisit she heard answers to questions she didn't even know she had.
Since then, Betty continues to read and try everything so she can learn more. She enjoys attending the many workshops and study groups, stating that even though NTUC has been her support system and spiritual home for almost 40 years, she is excited to say, “I am still growing spiritually!”
Betty previously served on the Board of Trustees 1987 -1989.
"My name is Kenneth D. Roberts. As a member of New Thought Unity Center (NTUC), it has been a great place for me and my family. It would be my pleasure to serve as a board of trustee member. As the Center continues to grow spiritually, I would like to be a part of the dynamic changes that are happening at the Center. I have enjoyed participating and taking several classes provided by the center, as well as, assisting my wife, Eletha, with the kitchen ministry.
I received my BA degree from Wilmington College in Wilmington, OH. I am employed by the Great Oaks Technical Institute. In addition to being employed full-time, I have owned and operated several small businesses in Cincinnati. Through my business experiences, I have gained a valuable appreciation for people, time management, and task completion.
In my opinion, a key attribute that the Center offers to its congregants is an inclusive population. I possess an open and honest communication style; therefore, I have a natural tendency to work and interact well with people from various backgrounds. I feel that I will be a successful board of trustee member at NTUC."