Carter to speak to Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Nov. 18

Published 8:03am Thursday, November 15, 2012

While serving various Unitarian Universalist Congregations in New York City and surrounding areas, Michael was trained as an anti-racism trainer and has been recognized by President Bill Clinton for his efforts. Carter was also a weekly columnist for the Asheville Citizen Times.

Carter currently serves as the minister for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Black, Mt., N.C. while also serving as a diversity consultant for the Asheville community. He has worked with The Grove Park Inn, Asheville City School Foundation, The Asheville Buncombe Institute for Parody Achievement (ABIPA), Eaton Electrical Company, which is an international organization. He has also spoken before the Professional Fundraisers of Asheville, N.C., as well as serving on the board of Four Seasons Hospice. Carter has also provided diversity and anti-racism training for Four Season. Formerly, Carter served as the diversity officer for Mission Hospitals. Carter has also served as director of diversity for the Western North Carolina Human Resource Association, which is an affiliate of SHRM (Society Of Human Resource Management). Carter is also a graduate of Leadership Asheville, class number 27. He and his wife The Rev. Judy Long (A Unitarian Universalist Minister) reside in Arden, N.C. with their 6-year-old daughter Kevyn, their two cats Isis and Luna, and their two Labs Duchess and Dante.

Come early to enjoy fellowship and refreshments. For information, call 828-894-5776 or visit uutryonnc.org.

– article submitted by Dan Dworkin

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