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California

Steven Gibson
Email: steven@stevengibson.org
Phone: 562-900-2834

Steven Gibson has served on the Board of Directors of Atheists United in California and lead and supported secular and freethought meetups in Los Angeles for more than 6 years. He has been on the staff of non-profit organizations including AARP and American Friends Service Committee.  He has led trainings in community organizing and volunteered with community groups including as a founding board member of Latinos for America.  He is currently a student working toward a degree at California State University, Northridge.

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District of Columbia

Dr. Shirley Buzzard
Email: sbuzzard@live.com
Phone: 202-554-6316

Dr. Buzzard is an anthropologist who has worked in cultures all over the world. She has been active in the secular movement for five years. She works closely with clients to develop all types of ceremonies including weddings, memorial services, multicultural ceremonies marking any of life’s special events.

Tiffany Green
Email: richmondsecularceremonies@gmail.com
Phone: 608-658-9758

I am a university professor and humanist living in the Richmond, Virginia area.  After my husband and I created our own secular ceremony for our destination wedding (complete with a Dr. Seuss reading and a mariachi band!), I became interested in serving the Richmond community as a secular celebrant.  I am passionate about working with all committed couples, regardless of race, sexual orientation or gender identity to have the ceremonies that reflect their values, hopes and dreams.  My excitement has only grown since the state of Virginia recognized marriage equality earlier in 2014.

As a Toastmaster since 2010, I have worked diligently to hone my public speaking skills.  In addition to receiving awards for communication and leadership, I give presentations on public speaking and coach other aspiring speakers.  I have also led discussions for my local secular group, the Richmond Reason and Naturalism Association (RRNA), most recently on Julia Sweeney’s TED Talk, ‘Letting Go of God’.  These experiences have given me the knowledge and enthusiasm to help meet your needs.  I look forward to partnering with you to create secular ceremonies for each of life’s important milestones.

Melody Hensley
Email: mhensley@centerforinquiry.net
Phone: 703-879-4499, 202-546-2332

Melody Hensley is the Executive Director of CFI Washington D.C. Ms. Hensley has a background in volunteering and community organizing. She has been involved with church-state separation and secular activism, as well as reproductive rights and progressive issues, in the DC area for over a decade. Prior to her latest role, she served as the CFI D.C. event and volunteer coordinator.

Jean McEwen
Email: commemoratedlives@gmail.com
Phone: 240-242-3935

I write eulogies and design and conduct “funerals for freethinkers”: secular memorial ceremonies and celebrations of life. My goal is to honor the individuality of the person who has died and provide comfort to those who will live on without the inclusion of religious elements. Where appropriate to the circumstances, I also incorporate a healthy dose of humor.

I am a former lawyer and law professor with more than 30 years of writing and public speaking experience. I am also certified by the Celebrant Foundation and Institute as a Life-Cycle Celebrant® and I can conduct a wide range of secular ceremonies. However, I do not do weddings.

I am also a member of the Association of Personal Historians and offer ancillary personal history services (e.g., ethical wills and life story writing) to people who are pre-planning for death and want to preserve their life legacies in writing.

John Shook
Email: jshook@pragmatism.org
Phone: 703-801-3645

John R. Shook, PhD (University at Buffalo, 1994) is a scholar and professor living in Washington, D.C. During 2000-06 he was a professor of philosophy at Oklahoma State University, and then he joined the faculty of the Science and the Public online EdM program at the University at Buffalo. Also, since 2006, he has served on the staffs of several secular and humanist organizations, including the Center for Inquiry, the American Humanist Association, the Humanist Institute, and the Institute for Humanist Studies, and for several years he was President of the Society of Humanist Philosophers. He has authored and edited more than a dozen books about pragmatism, ethics, science, and naturalism, and he edited a volume of Paul Kurtz’s writings on skepticism. He has also published many articles about secularism and humanism in magazines such as Free Inquiry, The Humanist, Humanist Perspectives, Think, and The Philosopher’s Magazine.

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Florida

Rick O’Keefe
Email: rokeefe@centerforinquiry.net
Phone: 813-849-7571

Rick O’Keefe is Executive Director of CFI Tampa Bay and has been a skeptic for 40+ years. He is an Air Force veteran and his education includes Oberlin College, Fordham University, US Armed Forces Institute, and numerous business and technical courses. He is a composer, technical and business writer, accredited journalist, and a small business consultant.

A focus of Rick’s life is growing the secular humanist community in the west central Florida region so that freethinkers can enjoy a positive and supportive environment for themselves and their families. Promoting education, civic participation, science, and secular ethical values are the ongoing work of CFI Tampa Bay. Being a certified celebrant seems to fit naturally into his experience and sense of service.

Andre Ryland
Email: bamoteun@yahoo.com
Phone: 850-725-0130

Andre graduated with a B.S. Degree from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 1971. He then spent his working years in Wisconsin and Illinois in sales and management in both the restaurant and cabinetry-millwork fields. During those working years he also gave his time as an EMT and Certified Firefighter, and as an elected municipal trustee, while also coaching baseball for many years. He is now happily retired with Meredith in Pensacola, FL. He was raised as a Methodist and is now a member of the Unitarian Universalist Society. Andre is a Humanist and desires to offer Celebrant help and assistance to the secular non-theistic peoples of the Pensacola area as the community is heavily saturated with Catholicism and evangelicalism. Andre is also especially interested in ways for the secular community to expand it’s vocabulary in order to profess the wonderment of life as naturalists and furthering CFI’s mission to “foster a secular society.”

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Indiana

Elizabeth Anstak
Email: eanstak@gmail.com
Phone: 317-540-7647

Elizabeth Anstak is a Humanist and agnostic. She graduated from IUPUI with a bachelors in Philosophy and Religious Studies. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Christian Theological Seminary. She is passionate about marriage equality and is comfortable with interfaith and intrafaith couples. She has been involved with CFI–Indiana for five years. She lives in Indianapolis.

Robyn Black
Email: robyndblack@gmail.com
Phone: 574-322-5485

Robyn Black has a B.A. in Sociology from Indiana University South Bend and is currently working on her Master of Liberal Studies—also at IU-South Bend. Robyn is happy to support secular Americans in all stages of life. She lives in Mishawaka, IN.

Cheri Harris
Email: cahmyf@gmail.com
Phone: 317-255-5881

Cheri is an attorney and the director of continuing legal education for the Indiana State Bar Association. Early in her legal career she worked for the ACLU of Indiana and continues to believe firmly in the separation of church and state. She and her husband were married 1994, in a secular service which they wrote themselves. She officiated at a marriage for the first time in 2000, and found it to be one of the most enjoyable activities of her adult life.

Cheri’s parents died in 2008 and 2009, giving her personal experience navigating that path to finding successful and appropriate ways to honor and memorialize loved ones in a secular fashion.

She believes that creative choice and expression unique to the individuals involved are important components of memorable rituals. She earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the George Washington University in Washington D.C. She also has a Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics, and obtained her J.D. from Indiana University in Bloomington.

Thomas W. Holt Jr.
Email: twh@pobox.com
Phone: 317-489-0312

Thomas is a Humanist and Freethinker and has been involved with CFI Indy since it’s inception. He has been involved with the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library Board and the Indianapolis Men’s Chorus. He hopes to promote the inclusion of a secular option in the solemnization of marriages (same-sex as well some day), memorials and other ceremonies.

John Kiel
Email: jkiel77@gmail.com
Phone: 317-402-4301

John Kiel has an AAS from Indiana University. He is employed by Ford Motor Company as a safety trainer and pipefitter/plumber (skilled trades). He is a charter member of Humanist Friendship Group of Central Indiana and Center for Inquiry Indiana. He is a member of NOW, AU, ACLU of Indiana, FFRF, and UAW Local 1111. He has taken the Dale Carnegie Course—Public Speaking.

I currently live in Louisville, KY and officiate in the “Kentuckiana” area. I’m a member of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 862, serving on the Communications and Community Services committees.

Susan Lantzer
Email: slantzer@att.net
Phone: 317-430-1221

Susan Lantzer has been a CFI Indiana Friend of the Center for three years. She is a Humanist, Freethinker, Spouse, Parent, and Professional.

As a Humanist, she is convinced that any couple who is willing to make a commitment to each other should have the freedom to do so, without limitations. As a Freethinker, she understands the need for non-judgmental, no-religious-strings-attached celebrations and ceremonies for our community. As a Spouse and Parent, she understands how important and emotional those occasions can be and also understands the desire to have those occasions be deeply personal and meaningful. In her professional life, she has noticed that all people share a need for a personal connection, respect, and dignity.

As a Secular Celebrant, she wishes to join our community in the celebrations of life, memorializing the importance of our humanity with love and respect for each other.

Patricia Lawler
Email: patricialawler2@me.com
Phone: 317-329-2779 (home), 317-652-2779 (cell)

Pat is currently semi-retired after teaching for 25 years. She currently teaches two English as a Second Language classes. She has been a member of the Unitarian Universalist church for 35 years. She has been a member of Center for Inquiry for 10 years. She has been a Girl Scout leader, active PTA member, and has been an active member of Indianapolis Hiking Club for 25 years. She has 4 children and 7 grandchildren. She is an advocate for caring for and promoting individual rights and protecting our Earth. She interjects her actions with love and humor.

Scott Trout
Email: akefalos93@live.com
Phone: 317-430-0641

Scott is a humanist and is a founding member of CFI-Indiana. Scott has been with his partner for 19 years. Being gay and currently denied marriage equality in Indiana, he understands how fundamental it is for people to form loving and lasting relationships regardless of orientation. He strives to bring a creative secular expression to your ceremony that will celebrate your special day as a couple.

Reba Boyd Wooden
Email: rboydw@gmail.com
Phone: 317-797-5892
Website: http://www.secularcelebrantindy.com

Reba Boyd Wooden is Executive Director of Center for Inquiry Indiana. She started Humanist Friendship Group of Central Indiana in 1999 which became CFI Indiana. She has officiated at numerous weddings and same-sex commitment ceremonies and some memorials and other ceremonies. She is a board member of ACLU of Indiana and and a member of several other progressive organizations. She is a regular blogger at CFI’s Free Thinking: Freethought from the Heartland.

She is co-director of the CFI Secular Celebrant Program. If you would like a Secular Celebrant training session to be held in your area, email indy@centerforinquiry.net.

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Kentucky

John Kiel
Email: jkiel77@gmail.com
Phone: 317-402-4301

John Kiel has an AAS from Indiana University. He is employed by Ford Motor Company as a safety trainer and pipefitter/plumber (skilled trades). He is a charter member of Humanist Friendship Group of Central Indiana and Center for Inquiry Indiana. He is a member of NOW, AU, ACLU of Indiana, FFRF, and UAW Local 1111. He has taken the Dale Carnegie Course—Public Speaking.

I currently live in Louisville, KY and officiate in the “Kentuckiana” area. I’m a member of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 862, serving on the Communications and Community Services committees.

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Maryland

Jean McEwen
Email: commemoratedlives@gmail.com
Phone: 240-242-3935

I write eulogies and design and conduct “funerals for freethinkers”: secular memorial ceremonies and celebrations of life. My goal is to honor the individuality of the person who has died and provide comfort to those who will live on without the inclusion of religious elements. Where appropriate to the circumstances, I also incorporate a healthy dose of humor.

I am a former lawyer and law professor with more than 30 years of writing and public speaking experience. I am also certified by the Celebrant Foundation and Institute as a Life-Cycle Celebrant® and I can conduct a wide range of secular ceremonies. However, I do not do weddings.

I am also a member of the Association of Personal Historians and offer ancillary personal history services (e.g., ethical wills and life story writing) to people who are pre-planning for death and want to preserve their life legacies in writing.

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Minnesota

John Allan Mazzitello
Email: johnmitello@msn.com
Phone: 320-252-5938

John Mazzitello is a secular humanist and an active member of the Center for Inquiry. John received his MSW degree from the University of Pennsylvania and is licensed as an Independent Clinical Social Worker (Minnesota License # 17000.) He is semi-retired as a clinical therapist for several county/state institutions in Minnesota.

As a former clergyman, he has officiated at most significant life events (i.e., weddings, funerals, anniversaries, etc.) and is very interested in providing similar services for his secular community. He awaits current legislation now in Minnesota requesting secular officiants be permitted to also solemnize marriages.

He wrote his own secular same-sex wedding ceremony and wants to be instrumental in making such options available to others. He offers help in designing personalized life celebrations of all types. Optional pre-marital counseling is also available.

John strongly supports the mission of the Center for Inquiry to promote a secular society based upon science, reason, freedom of inquiry and humanist values, and he strives to live his life accordingly.

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New Jersey

Richard J. Grzywinski
Email: richardgrzy@comcast.net
Phone: 609-742-1312

Beginning his life as a default Roman Catholic, the religion of his parents and community, by age 18 he rejected theism and found intellectual satisfaction in atheism and humanism. Until recently, he was a key leader in a Unitarian Universalist Congregation frequently speaking on life topics from a humanist perspective and serving as a national delegate. He is married to Cynthia with whom he practices Secular Buddhism.

Richard has been active in social justice issues related to LGBT rights, anti-poverty, promoting world peace, and animal welfare. He has served as a founder and member of the Board of Directors of a Hurricane Sandy recovery organization in his local community, and currently co-manages a community food pantry serving over 200 families per month. He has been a community volunteer and organizer for most of his adult life.

He earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering and an MBA in marketing and finance. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, now retired. He is also a member of South Jersey Humanists.

He finds that celebrating rites of passage from a secular perspective provides an invitation to find the best within our own humanity in a more meaningful and humanist way and to consider life’s mileposts in a reasoned, memorable and thought-provoking manner.

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New York

Sarah Kaiser
Email: skaiser@centerforinquiry.net
Phone: 858-342-4601

Sarah Kaiser is a field organizer for the Center for Inquiry with a bachelor’s degree in physics. She co-founded the Secular Alliance at Indiana University 5 years ago, and this student group is still going strong today. Sarah has introduced Richard Dawkins to an audience of thousands, performed musically both as a soloist and in groups, and was raised Presbyterian but is now a devout humanist.

Sarah is a secular celebrant because she believes non-religious people have the right to celebrate life in their own unique, humanistic ways. Each ceremony will be centered around the preferences of the people involved.

Joe Nickell
Phone: 716-636-1425 x310

Joe Nickell, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky, 1987) is senior research fellow of the international Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI), formerly the Committee for Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), and an investigative columnist for Skeptical Inquirer science magazine.

James Oliver
Email: marfinwile1@gmail.com
Phone: 716-352-4131

US Navy veteran (Vietnam era) Honorable discharge. 1969-1972.
Alfred State Technical College Alumni.
15 Years in financial services industry.
Registered Representative Series 6 & 63.
Currently works at Veterans Affairs Medical Center of Western NY.
I worked as a church Sexton at a Anglican Church for 10 years, I had to be in attendance for all weddings and funerals as the church caretaker/ Sexton and I was always dismayed by every service be it wedding or funeral that each minister did the exact same service for the families, only the names were changed and very impersonal and stilted non caring feelings would fill the air.
Being a secular celebrant gives me the opportunity for people who are non religious to embrace life events that are important to them in a manner that makes it much more personal, with a format and content of their own choosing.
Jim is committed to secular principles and will guarantee through his role as a Secular Celebrant of CFI Transnational every event he is involved with will be non - religious.

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Ohio

Chris Kenney
Email: info@secularcelebrant.com
Phone: 513-910-8870

Over the past several years Chris attended funerals that were more of a “come to Jesus” sermon than a celebration of the deceased’s life so he decided to do something about it and became a certified secular celebrant in 2009. Being a celebrant is a natural fit for his positive worldview, enjoyment of public speaking, and genuine interest in people’s unique stories.

Chris is a CFI Indiana Friend of the Center and a member of the American Humanist Association.

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Oregon

Bill Burcham
Email: bill.burcham@gmail.com
Phone: 503-720-2991

Bill Burcham grew up in a liberal Catholic home. Though he studied logic, physics and psychology in engineering school, the light didn’t really come on until almost 20 years later, sparked by the responsibility of raising three kids. Study and contemplation on the question, “which religion are we Daddy?” led him to the conclusion that our beliefs ought to be dictated by science and reason, rather than dogma. As a Secular Celebrant, Bill is contributing to a society where we can celebrate together and mourn together as a community — without sacrificing our intellectual integrity.

To support his bicycle and burrito habits, Bill makes software for the Interwebs. He is active in Portland Public Schools Odyssey Program where he has tutored math students and has scrambled eggs for over eleventy people. He is a Friend of the Center of Center for Inquiry-Portland.

Victoria Cummings
Email: tricker62@hotmail.com
Phone: 503-753-6456

Victoria Cummings has a B.A. in Science from Marylhurst University. She is a science educator, naturalist, owner of Northwest Naturalist, Outdoor Education volunteer, now retired.

Paul Andor Nagy
Email: paul.andor.nagy@msn.com
Phone: 503-775-6186

Paul Andor Nagy is a secular humanist and an active member of Center For Inquiry-Portland. Paul can officiate at your wedding, birth celebrations, death memorials, and other rites of passage in a non-religious way and with respect for your personal views and feelings. You have the freedom to create your own vows, ceremonies and traditions or let Paul help you design your life celebrations. Paul can also assist in melding different customs, celebrating the commonalities while respecting the differences.

A child of immigrants, Paul was baptized, raised and confirmed as a Catholic and started questioning the power of God around the time he reached the age of reason. Paul lived with and befriended many foreign exchange students while studying at Portland State University and has traveled much of the US and Europe. He has studied many different cultures, ethnic groups and religious groups that make up this world. Paul has always pursued humanistic morality and he finally let go of God when he learned of secular humanism. Paul created the Facebook group FreeThought Motorcyclists, World-Wide so that freethinkers can share stories of their motorcycle travels and their personal enlightenment. Paul is a member of the committee for the Portland Humanist Film Festival and he volunteered on presidential campaign.

Paul is happily married to Sylvia Benner and he enjoys dirt-biking with their son. A former Motorcycle Safety Instructor, Paul loves adventure motorcycle-touring with his wife who is also a rider!

Paul endorses the Center For Inquiry’s mission to foster a secular society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. Paul supports the concept of separation of church and state. Paul imagines John Lennon’s ideal of a world with no religion and endorses the concept that, for the legal right to wed, “Love is all you need”.

Dani Tofte
Email: danitofte@gmail.com
Phone: 503-888-1173

Dani Tofte wrote her own secular wedding ceremony and would like to see this option available to others, along with other secular ceremonies for such events as memorials, births and coming-of-age celebrations. She also plans to promote inclusion of non-religious officiants in the privilege of solemnizing marriages.

She is a secular humanist and is committed to furthering CFI’s mission “to foster a secular society”. She currently volunteers as the Communications Chair for the CFI–Portland Advisory Board.

Dani has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Oregon. Before coming home to raise her children, she was an educational trainer for many years.

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Pennsylvania

Margaret Downey
Email: margaret@ftsociety.org
Phone: 610-793-2737 (office), 610-357-9432 (cell)
Website: http://www.secular-celebrations.com

Margaret Downey has been conducting marriages and other secular ceremonies since 2001. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania allows for a couple to obtain a Self-Uniting Marriage License. This provision allows couples to use the services of a Secular Officiant without government interference. This is not the case in most other states.

Margaret is committed to secular principles and will guarantee that every event in which she is involved will be non-religious. For more information about Margaret and the celebrations she officiates, go to her website which is listed above.

Richard J. Grzywinski
Email: richardgrzy@comcast.net
Phone: 609-742-1312

Beginning his life as a default Roman Catholic, the religion of his parents and community, by age 18 he rejected theism and found intellectual satisfaction in atheism and humanism. Until recently, he was a key leader in a Unitarian Universalist Congregation frequently speaking on life topics from a humanist perspective and serving as a national delegate. He is married to Cynthia with whom he practices Secular Buddhism.

Richard has been active in social justice issues related to LGBT rights, anti-poverty, promoting world peace, and animal welfare. He has served as a founder and member of the Board of Directors of a Hurricane Sandy recovery organization in his local community, and currently co-manages a community food pantry serving over 200 families per month. He has been a community volunteer and organizer for most of his adult life.

He earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering and an MBA in marketing and finance. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, now retired. He is also a member of South Jersey Humanists.

He finds that celebrating rites of passage from a secular perspective provides an invitation to find the best within our own humanity in a more meaningful and humanist way and to consider life’s mileposts in a reasoned, memorable and thought-provoking manner.

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Texas

Steve Bratteng
Phone: 512-454-0977

Steve Bratteng is a semi-retired science teacher who teaches biology part-time at Austin Community College. He is the director of Center for Inquiry-Austin, a board member of Atheist Community of Austin, and one of the founders of the secular political activist group, Secular Texas. He helped found and served as President of Humanists of Austin. One of his interests is making cryptic crossword puzzles.

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Virginia

Tiffany Green
Email: richmondsecularceremonies@gmail.com
Phone: 608-658-9758

I am a university professor and humanist living in the Richmond, Virginia area.  After my husband and I created our own secular ceremony for our destination wedding (complete with a Dr. Seuss reading and a mariachi band!), I became interested in serving the Richmond community as a secular celebrant.  I am passionate about working with all committed couples, regardless of race, sexual orientation or gender identity to have the ceremonies that reflect their values, hopes and dreams.  My excitement has only grown since the state of Virginia recognized marriage equality earlier in 2014.

As a Toastmaster since 2010, I have worked diligently to hone my public speaking skills.  In addition to receiving awards for communication and leadership, I give presentations on public speaking and coach other aspiring speakers.  I have also led discussions for my local secular group, the Richmond Reason and Naturalism Association (RRNA), most recently on Julia Sweeney’s TED Talk, ‘Letting Go of God’.  These experiences have given me the knowledge and enthusiasm to help meet your needs.  I look forward to partnering with you to create secular ceremonies for each of life’s important milestones.

Jean McEwen
Email: commemoratedlives@gmail.com
Phone: 240-242-3935

I write eulogies and design and conduct “funerals for freethinkers”: secular memorial ceremonies and celebrations of life. My goal is to honor the individuality of the person who has died and provide comfort to those who will live on without the inclusion of religious elements. Where appropriate to the circumstances, I also incorporate a healthy dose of humor.

I am a former lawyer and law professor with more than 30 years of writing and public speaking experience. I am also certified by the Celebrant Foundation and Institute as a Life-Cycle Celebrant® and I can conduct a wide range of secular ceremonies. However, I do not do weddings.

I am also a member of the Association of Personal Historians and offer ancillary personal history services (e.g., ethical wills and life story writing) to people who are pre-planning for death and want to preserve their life legacies in writing.

John Shook
Email: jshook@pragmatism.org
Phone: 703-801-3645

John R. Shook, PhD (University at Buffalo, 1994) is a scholar and professor living in Washington, D.C. During 2000-06 he was a professor of philosophy at Oklahoma State University, and then he joined the faculty of the Science and the Public online EdM program at the University at Buffalo. Also, since 2006, he has served on the staffs of several secular and humanist organizations, including the Center for Inquiry, the American Humanist Association, the Humanist Institute, and the Institute for Humanist Studies, and for several years he was President of the Society of Humanist Philosophers. He has authored and edited more than a dozen books about pragmatism, ethics, science, and naturalism, and he edited a volume of Paul Kurtz’s writings on skepticism. He has also published many articles about secularism and humanism in magazines such as Free Inquiry, The Humanist, Humanist Perspectives, Think, and The Philosopher’s Magazine.

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Wisconsin

Scott McAndrew
Email: scott549@yahoo.com
Phone: 608-259-0549

Scott McAndrew is a Court Commissioner for Dane County, Wisconsin, located in Madison. He is authorized under the laws of the State of Wisconsin to perform wedding ceremonies and seeks to afford those without religious affiliation the opportunity to participate in weddings and other formal ceremonies with a format and content of their own choosing.

Scott and his family are enthusiastic supporters of CFI and the secular humanist community. In his spare time, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys and is an avid distance runner, music fan, and rock musician.

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