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with other people, act to make the world better, and
evolve as a human being.

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OUR MISSION

The Humanist Hub is a 501c3 non-profit organization; our mission is to be an inclusive community of atheists, agnostics and allies creating a new model for how humanists celebrate life, promote reason and compassion, and better the world for all.

Founded in 1974 as the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard, we were a small organization serving Humanists, atheists, and agnostics at and around the University for over 30 years. In recent years we have evolved into a hub for secular community programs in Greater Boston and beyond.

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MEET OUR TEAM

GOOD WITHOUT GOD.

Staff

  • Sarah Chandonnet

    Director of Community Development

    Since starting at the Humanist Chaplaincy in the Fall of 2009, Sarah has been involved with much of the programming. From 2013-2017, Sarah was the Program Director, producing the flagship Sunday Programs and overseeing all aspects of Humanist Hub programming.

    A graduate of Harvard Divinity School (’09), she holds an MTS in Religion, Literature, and Culture. While at Harvard, she served as the editor-in-chief of Culture: The Harvard Divinity Graduate Journal of Religion, and as the vice president of the Harvard Atheists, Skeptics, and Humanists (HASH). She also holds a BA (English, ’07) from Boston University, where she studied under Elie Wiesel. Sarah’s academic interests include 19th and 20th century American literature, and Judeo-Christian textual influences. She has written for Boston University’s Daily Free Press and The Journal of the Core Curriculum, as well as Harvard Divinity School’s The Wick, and the American Humanist Association’s Humanist Network News.

     

    Sarah Chandonnet

    Director of Community Development

    Since starting at the Humanist Chaplaincy in the Fall of 2009, Sarah has been involved with much of the programming. From 2013-2017, Sarah was the Program Director, producing the flagship Sunday Programs and overseeing all aspects of Humanist Hub programming.

    A graduate of Harvard Divinity School (’09), she holds an MTS in Religion, Literature, and Culture. While at Harvard, she served as the editor-in-chief of Culture: The Harvard Divinity Graduate Journal of Religion, and as the vice president of the Harvard Atheists, Skeptics, and Humanists (HASH). She also holds a BA (English, ’07) from Boston University, where she studied under Elie Wiesel. Sarah’s academic interests include 19th and 20th century American literature, and Judeo-Christian textual influences. She has written for Boston University’s Daily Free Press and The Journal of the Core Curriculum, as well as Harvard Divinity School’s The Wick, and the American Humanist Association’s Humanist Network News.

     

  • Rick Heller

    Executive Assistant and Operations Manager

    Rick is the Operations Manager at the Hub, and the Executive Assistant to Greg Epstein. He can be reached at rick@humanisthub.org.

    Read his job description here.

    Rick Heller

    Executive Assistant and Operations Manager

    Rick is the Operations Manager at the Hub, and the Executive Assistant to Greg Epstein. He can be reached at rick@humanisthub.org.

    Read his job description here.

  • Nina Lytton

    Community Leadership Intern

    Nina is the Community Leadership Intern at the Humanist Hub, acting as a Student Minister under the supervision of Executive Director Greg Epstein. She is a Humanist and a Hawaiian Cultural Practitioner. This anchors her call to support the next generation of leaders and to advocate for social and environmental justice.

    Nina is in the second year of the M.Div. program at Meadville Lombard Theological Seminary. She is also engaged in the Humanist Institute Leadership Training Program.

    Nina comes to us after a long career as a strategy advisor in the tech industry. In this role, Nina was a confidential advisor to independent thinkers, with a lifetime of helping people make decisions, improve relationships, respond to opportunities, and cope with business crises. You will find her empathetic, open minded, strategic, positive, and useful. She has a long track record of community building.

    Along the way, Nina took a colorful detour in the slow food industry in Hawaii. Ask her to tell you about the brewery…

    Nina has a master’s degree in Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Princeton University.

    Nina Lytton

    Community Leadership Intern

    Nina is the Community Leadership Intern at the Humanist Hub, acting as a Student Minister under the supervision of Executive Director Greg Epstein. She is a Humanist and a Hawaiian Cultural Practitioner. This anchors her call to support the next generation of leaders and to advocate for social and environmental justice.

    Nina is in the second year of the M.Div. program at Meadville Lombard Theological Seminary. She is also engaged in the Humanist Institute Leadership Training Program.

    Nina comes to us after a long career as a strategy advisor in the tech industry. In this role, Nina was a confidential advisor to independent thinkers, with a lifetime of helping people make decisions, improve relationships, respond to opportunities, and cope with business crises. You will find her empathetic, open minded, strategic, positive, and useful. She has a long track record of community building.

    Along the way, Nina took a colorful detour in the slow food industry in Hawaii. Ask her to tell you about the brewery…

    Nina has a master’s degree in Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Princeton University.

Board of Directors

  • Stephen Matheson

    PRESIDENT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    Stephen is a biologist, Bardolator, beer lover, bicyclist, and baseball fan. He works in Cambridge as a scientific editor. Originally from Arizona, he is happily at home in Cambridge where he lives with ​​Susa​​n and a couple of their four amazing kids.

    Stephen Matheson

    PRESIDENT, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    Stephen is a biologist, Bardolator, beer lover, bicyclist, and baseball fan. He works in Cambridge as a scientific editor. Originally from Arizona, he is happily at home in Cambridge where he lives with ​​Susa​​n and a couple of their four amazing kids.

  • Jennifer Ibrahim

    Director, Board of Directors

    More info coming soon.

    Jennifer Ibrahim

    Director, Board of Directors

    More info coming soon.

  • Sam Ribnick

    Director, Board of Directors

    Sam is passionate about science, education and exploring what makes our world complicated, wondrous and beautiful. He and his wife have been involved with the Hub since it first opened in December 2013, and Sam wants to be a part of making the Hub into the sort of vibrant secular community he would want for his own children (who both had naming ceremonies at the Hub).
    Outside of the Hub, Sam works for District Management Group, a company that provides consulting and software to help public school districts manage more effectively. As a long-time consultant and former science teacher, Sam is excited about helping districts harness the talent and energy of their people, so that school leaders, teachers and community members can work together to do more and better for students.
    Sam enjoys reading secular-leaning webcomics such as XKCD and the irreverent Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (like this one!), and for anyone who loves Richard Feynman, he strongly recommends reading the Caltech commencement address about “cargo cult science”.

    Sam Ribnick

    Director, Board of Directors

    Sam is passionate about science, education and exploring what makes our world complicated, wondrous and beautiful. He and his wife have been involved with the Hub since it first opened in December 2013, and Sam wants to be a part of making the Hub into the sort of vibrant secular community he would want for his own children (who both had naming ceremonies at the Hub).
    Outside of the Hub, Sam works for District Management Group, a company that provides consulting and software to help public school districts manage more effectively. As a long-time consultant and former science teacher, Sam is excited about helping districts harness the talent and energy of their people, so that school leaders, teachers and community members can work together to do more and better for students.
    Sam enjoys reading secular-leaning webcomics such as XKCD and the irreverent Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (like this one!), and for anyone who loves Richard Feynman, he strongly recommends reading the Caltech commencement address about “cargo cult science”.
  • Narath Carlile

    Director, Board of Directors

    Narath Carlile is the Chief Medical Information Officer for ACT.md / Physician in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston.

    Narath is passionate about the beauty of life, the potential of all living beings, extending caring to all in need, and science as a way of knowing. Narath, his wife and children have been members of the Hub for over 3 years, and are committed to helping creating communities of good that can nurture and allow humanist families to thrive.

    Narath oversees technology strategy, development and clinical integration for ACT.md. He is also a practicing physician in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and an instructor at Harvard Medical School. As a medical informaticist Narath has led a number of global projects including development of an open source paging system for hospitals in Africa, mobile decision support for community health workers in Mexico, interactive voice response systems for medical clinics, and educational software. Previously, he served as a director of engineering and as the director of a software development center for an international startup. Narath holds a BS in Computer Science from York University, an MD from Dartmouth Medical School, and an MPH from Harvard University. He completed his medical training in Internal Medicine and Global Health & Social Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Narath has served on numerous volunteer committees for global health, healthcare improvement, and innovation in medical education.

    Narath Carlile

    Director, Board of Directors

    Narath Carlile is the Chief Medical Information Officer for ACT.md / Physician in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston.

    Narath is passionate about the beauty of life, the potential of all living beings, extending caring to all in need, and science as a way of knowing. Narath, his wife and children have been members of the Hub for over 3 years, and are committed to helping creating communities of good that can nurture and allow humanist families to thrive.

    Narath oversees technology strategy, development and clinical integration for ACT.md. He is also a practicing physician in Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and an instructor at Harvard Medical School. As a medical informaticist Narath has led a number of global projects including development of an open source paging system for hospitals in Africa, mobile decision support for community health workers in Mexico, interactive voice response systems for medical clinics, and educational software. Previously, he served as a director of engineering and as the director of a software development center for an international startup. Narath holds a BS in Computer Science from York University, an MD from Dartmouth Medical School, and an MPH from Harvard University. He completed his medical training in Internal Medicine and Global Health & Social Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Narath has served on numerous volunteer committees for global health, healthcare improvement, and innovation in medical education.

  • Joseph Gerstein

    Director, Board of Directors

    More info coming soon.

    Joseph Gerstein

    Director, Board of Directors

    More info coming soon.

  • Molly Fazio

    DIRECTOR, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    Molly joined the Humanist Community at Harvard in 2010. She earned a B.A. in Art History from Hamilton College and an M.S. in Public Relations from Boston University and currently works in private equity administration. She is a sustainer member of the Junior League of Boston where she served on the board and as director of community service, and a museum council fellow member at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

    Molly believes in the humanist values of compassion, equality, inclusion and working together for the greater good, as well as promoting respect, reason, discourse and critical thinking as the tools for building an ethical and free society.

    Molly Fazio

    DIRECTOR, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    Molly joined the Humanist Community at Harvard in 2010. She earned a B.A. in Art History from Hamilton College and an M.S. in Public Relations from Boston University and currently works in private equity administration. She is a sustainer member of the Junior League of Boston where she served on the board and as director of community service, and a museum council fellow member at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

    Molly believes in the humanist values of compassion, equality, inclusion and working together for the greater good, as well as promoting respect, reason, discourse and critical thinking as the tools for building an ethical and free society.

Advisory Board Members

  • Steven Pinker

    Advisory Board Member

    Steven Pinker is a Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. He conducts research on language and cognition, writes for publications such as the New York Times, Time and The Atlantic, and is the author of ten books, including The Language Instinct, How the Mind Works, The Blank Slate, The Stuff of Thought, The Better Angels of Our Nature, and most recently, The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century. 

    Steven Pinker

    Advisory Board Member

    Steven Pinker is a Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. He conducts research on language and cognition, writes for publications such as the New York Times, Time and The Atlantic, and is the author of ten books, including The Language Instinct, How the Mind Works, The Blank Slate, The Stuff of Thought, The Better Angels of Our Nature, and most recently, The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century. 

  • Amartya Sen

    Advisory Board Member

    Amartya Sen is Thomas W. Lamont University Professor, and Professor of Economics and Philosophy, at Harvard University and was until 2004 the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.  He is also Senior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows.  Earlier on he was Professor of Economics at Jadavpur University Calcutta, the Delhi School of Economics, and the London School of Economics, and Drummond Professor of Political Economy at Oxford University.

    Amartya Sen

    Advisory Board Member

    Amartya Sen is Thomas W. Lamont University Professor, and Professor of Economics and Philosophy, at Harvard University and was until 2004 the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.  He is also Senior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows.  Earlier on he was Professor of Economics at Jadavpur University Calcutta, the Delhi School of Economics, and the London School of Economics, and Drummond Professor of Political Economy at Oxford University.

  • Lisa Randall

    Advisory Board Member

    Professor Lisa Randall studies theoretical particle physics and cosmology at Harvard University. Her research connects theoretical insights to puzzles in our current understanding of the properties and interactions of matter. She has developed and studied a wide variety of models to address these questions, the most prominent involving extra dimensions of space. Her work has involved improving our under-standing of the Standard Model of particle physics, supersymmetry, baryogenesis, cosmological inflation, and dark matter. Randall’s research also explores ways to experimentally test and verify ideas and her current research focuses in large part on the Large Hadron Collider and dark matter searches and models.

    Randall has also had a public presence through her writing, lectures, and radio and TV appearances. Randall’s books, Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe’s Hidden Dimensions and Knocking on Heaven’s Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and the Modern World were both on the New York Times’ list of 100 Notable Books of the Year. Higgs Discovery: The Power of Empty Space was released as a Kindle Single in the summer of 2012 as an update with recent particle physics developments.

    Lisa Randall

    Advisory Board Member

    Professor Lisa Randall studies theoretical particle physics and cosmology at Harvard University. Her research connects theoretical insights to puzzles in our current understanding of the properties and interactions of matter. She has developed and studied a wide variety of models to address these questions, the most prominent involving extra dimensions of space. Her work has involved improving our under-standing of the Standard Model of particle physics, supersymmetry, baryogenesis, cosmological inflation, and dark matter. Randall’s research also explores ways to experimentally test and verify ideas and her current research focuses in large part on the Large Hadron Collider and dark matter searches and models.

    Randall has also had a public presence through her writing, lectures, and radio and TV appearances. Randall’s books, Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe’s Hidden Dimensions and Knocking on Heaven’s Door: How Physics and Scientific Thinking Illuminate the Universe and the Modern World were both on the New York Times’ list of 100 Notable Books of the Year. Higgs Discovery: The Power of Empty Space was released as a Kindle Single in the summer of 2012 as an update with recent particle physics developments.

  • Daniel Dennett

    Advisory Board Member

    Daniel C. Dennett, the author of Breaking the Spell (Viking, 2006), Freedom Evolves (Viking Penguin, 2003) and Darwin’s Dangerous Idea (Simon & Schuster, 1995), is University Professor and Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Philosophy, and Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University.

    His first book, Content and Consciousness, appeared in 1969, followed by Brainstorms (1978), Elbow Room (1984), The Intentional Stance (1987), Consciousness Explained (1991), Darwin’s Dangerous Idea (1995), Kinds of Minds (1996), and Brainchildren: A Collection of Essays 1984-1996 (MIT Press and Penguin, 1998). Sweet Dreams: Philosophical Obstacles to a Science of Consciousness, was published in 2005 by MIT Press. He co-edited The Mind’s I with Douglas Hofstadter in 1981. He is the author of over four hundred scholarly articles on various aspects on the mind, published in journals ranging from Artificial Intelligence and Behavioral and Brain Sciences to Poetics Today and The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. His most recent books are Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking (Norton, 2013), Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind, with Linda LaScola (Amazon.com, 2013), and From Bacteria to Bach and Back: The Evolution of Minds (Norton, 2017).

    Daniel Dennett

    Advisory Board Member

    Daniel C. Dennett, the author of Breaking the Spell (Viking, 2006), Freedom Evolves (Viking Penguin, 2003) and Darwin’s Dangerous Idea (Simon & Schuster, 1995), is University Professor and Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Philosophy, and Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University.

    His first book, Content and Consciousness, appeared in 1969, followed by Brainstorms (1978), Elbow Room (1984), The Intentional Stance (1987), Consciousness Explained (1991), Darwin’s Dangerous Idea (1995), Kinds of Minds (1996), and Brainchildren: A Collection of Essays 1984-1996 (MIT Press and Penguin, 1998). Sweet Dreams: Philosophical Obstacles to a Science of Consciousness, was published in 2005 by MIT Press. He co-edited The Mind’s I with Douglas Hofstadter in 1981. He is the author of over four hundred scholarly articles on various aspects on the mind, published in journals ranging from Artificial Intelligence and Behavioral and Brain Sciences to Poetics Today and The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. His most recent books are Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking (Norton, 2013), Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind, with Linda LaScola (Amazon.com, 2013), and From Bacteria to Bach and Back: The Evolution of Minds (Norton, 2017).

  • Rebecca Goldstein

    Advisory Board Member

    Rebecca Newberger Goldstein grew up in White Plains, New York, and graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College, receiving the Montague Prize for Excellence in Philosophy, and immediately went on to graduate work at Princeton University, receiving her Ph.D. in philosophy.  While in graduate school she was awarded a National Science Foundation Fellowship and a Whiting Foundation Fellowship.

    She is the author of The Mind-Body Problem; The Late-Summer Passion of a Woman of Mind; The Dark Sister, which received the Whiting Writer’s Award; Mazel, which received the 1995 National Jewish Book Award and the 1995 Edward Lewis Wallant Award; Properties of Light: A Novel of Love, Betrayal, Quantum Physics; Thirty-Six Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction; and Plato at The Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won’t Go Away. Her book of short stories, Strange Attractors, received a National Jewish Book Honor Award.

    Rebecca Goldstein

    Advisory Board Member

    Rebecca Newberger Goldstein grew up in White Plains, New York, and graduated summa cum laude from Barnard College, receiving the Montague Prize for Excellence in Philosophy, and immediately went on to graduate work at Princeton University, receiving her Ph.D. in philosophy.  While in graduate school she was awarded a National Science Foundation Fellowship and a Whiting Foundation Fellowship.

    She is the author of The Mind-Body Problem; The Late-Summer Passion of a Woman of Mind; The Dark Sister, which received the Whiting Writer’s Award; Mazel, which received the 1995 National Jewish Book Award and the 1995 Edward Lewis Wallant Award; Properties of Light: A Novel of Love, Betrayal, Quantum Physics; Thirty-Six Arguments for the Existence of God: A Work of Fiction; and Plato at The Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won’t Go Away. Her book of short stories, Strange Attractors, received a National Jewish Book Honor Award.

  • Anthony Pinn

    Advisory Board Member

    Anthony B. Pinn received his BA from Columbia University, Master of Divinity and PhD in the study of religion from Harvard University.  He is currently the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and professor of religion at Rice University.  Pinn is the founding director of the Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL) also at Rice University. Pinn’s research interests include religion and culture; humanism; and hip hop culture.  He is the author/editor of over 35 books, including The Black Church in the Post-Civil Rights Era (2002); Terror and Triumph:  The Nature of Black Religion (2003), Noise and Spirit:  Rap Music’s Religious and Spiritual Sensibilities (2004), and the novel, The New Disciples (2015).  Pinn is also director of research for the Institute for Humanist Studies, a Washington DC-based think tank. Dr. Pinn is Director of Graduate Studies and Director, Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning.

    Anthony Pinn

    Advisory Board Member

    Anthony B. Pinn received his BA from Columbia University, Master of Divinity and PhD in the study of religion from Harvard University.  He is currently the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and professor of religion at Rice University.  Pinn is the founding director of the Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning (CERCL) also at Rice University. Pinn’s research interests include religion and culture; humanism; and hip hop culture.  He is the author/editor of over 35 books, including The Black Church in the Post-Civil Rights Era (2002); Terror and Triumph:  The Nature of Black Religion (2003), Noise and Spirit:  Rap Music’s Religious and Spiritual Sensibilities (2004), and the novel, The New Disciples (2015).  Pinn is also director of research for the Institute for Humanist Studies, a Washington DC-based think tank. Dr. Pinn is Director of Graduate Studies and Director, Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning.

  • Judith Norsigian

    Advisory Board Member

    Judy Norsigian is a co-founder of Our Bodies Ourselves who also served as executive director of the organization from 2001 to 2015. In a volunteer capacity, she now continues to advise OBOS staff and to help with fundraising for OBOS projects.

    An internationally renowned speaker and author on a range of women’s health concerns, her areas of focus include women and health care reform, abortion and contraception, childbirth (especially the role of midwifery), genetics and reproductive technologies, and drug and device safety.

    Judith Norsigian

    Advisory Board Member

    Judy Norsigian is a co-founder of Our Bodies Ourselves who also served as executive director of the organization from 2001 to 2015. In a volunteer capacity, she now continues to advise OBOS staff and to help with fundraising for OBOS projects.

    An internationally renowned speaker and author on a range of women’s health concerns, her areas of focus include women and health care reform, abortion and contraception, childbirth (especially the role of midwifery), genetics and reproductive technologies, and drug and device safety.

  • E.O. Wilson

    Advisory Board Member

    E. O. Wilson is a biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author. His biological specialty is myrmecology, the study of ants, on which he has been called the world’s leading expert.

    Wilson has been called “the father of sociobiology” and “the father of biodiversity,” his environmental advocacy, and his secular-humanist and deist ideas pertaining to religious and ethical matters.

    Wilson is a Humanist Laureate of the International Academy of Humanism He is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction (for On Human Nature in 1979, and The Ants in 1991) and a New York Times bestseller for The Social Conquest of Earth, Letters to a Young Scientist, and The Meaning of Human Existence.

    E.O. Wilson

    Advisory Board Member

    E. O. Wilson is a biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist and author. His biological specialty is myrmecology, the study of ants, on which he has been called the world’s leading expert.

    Wilson has been called “the father of sociobiology” and “the father of biodiversity,” his environmental advocacy, and his secular-humanist and deist ideas pertaining to religious and ethical matters.

    Wilson is a Humanist Laureate of the International Academy of Humanism He is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction (for On Human Nature in 1979, and The Ants in 1991) and a New York Times bestseller for The Social Conquest of Earth, Letters to a Young Scientist, and The Meaning of Human Existence.

  • Michael Puett

    Advisory Board Member

    Michael Puett is the Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University.  His interests are focused on the inter-relations between anthropology, history, religion, and philosophy.  He is the author of The Ambivalence of Creation: Debates Concerning Innovation and Artifice in Early China and To Become a God: Cosmology, Sacrifice, and Self-Divinization in Early China, as well as the co-author, with Adam Seligman, Robert Weller, and Bennett Simon, of Ritual and its Consequences: An Essay on the Limits of Sincerity.

    Michael Puett

    Advisory Board Member

    Michael Puett is the Walter C. Klein Professor of Chinese History in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard University.  His interests are focused on the inter-relations between anthropology, history, religion, and philosophy.  He is the author of The Ambivalence of Creation: Debates Concerning Innovation and Artifice in Early China and To Become a God: Cosmology, Sacrifice, and Self-Divinization in Early China, as well as the co-author, with Adam Seligman, Robert Weller, and Bennett Simon, of Ritual and its Consequences: An Essay on the Limits of Sincerity.

Values in Action Committee

  • Veronica Lane

    Values in Action Committee Chair

    Veronica is a robotics software engineer and MIT alumnus. She is passionate about  STEM education, feminism, LGBTQIA rights, and mental health awareness.

    Veronica Lane

    Values in Action Committee Chair

    Veronica is a robotics software engineer and MIT alumnus. She is passionate about  STEM education, feminism, LGBTQIA rights, and mental health awareness.

  • Daniel Shkolnik

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Graduate of Yale University and a former journalist, Daniel currently writes for the Ministry of Ideas, a podcast affiliated with the Harvard Divinity School. He is an active member at the Humanist Hub and a great believer in a good humor.

    Daniel Shkolnik

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Graduate of Yale University and a former journalist, Daniel currently writes for the Ministry of Ideas, a podcast affiliated with the Harvard Divinity School. He is an active member at the Humanist Hub and a great believer in a good humor.

  • Gene Gorter

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Gene Gorter has been a part of the hub community for three years. Before becoming an engineer Gene had a career working with kids and would like to use his involvement in the values in action committee to do work benefiting local agencies that help kids in the community.

    Gene Gorter

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Gene Gorter has been a part of the hub community for three years. Before becoming an engineer Gene had a career working with kids and would like to use his involvement in the values in action committee to do work benefiting local agencies that help kids in the community.

  • Erin Dempsey

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Erin is an elementary and middle school science teacher. She is passionate about environmentalism, immigrant rights, and physical fitness and nutrition education.

    Erin Dempsey

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Erin is an elementary and middle school science teacher. She is passionate about environmentalism, immigrant rights, and physical fitness and nutrition education.

  • Kevin Morey

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Kevin Morey has been a member of the Humanist Hub since 2015.  He studied bioinformatics at RPI and is a brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.

    Kevin Morey

    Values in Action Committee Member

    Kevin Morey has been a member of the Humanist Hub since 2015.  He studied bioinformatics at RPI and is a brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.

Committee on Humanist Holiday Celebrations

Internship Committee