The President Has No Vote at the UUA Board: The Answer to Today’s Trivia Quiz

The President of the UUA (currently Bill Sinkford) does not get to vote at Board meetings.  Yet again a UU College Student guessed correctly, with some good additional information by Donald O’Bloggin.

This is a point worth keeping in mind.  Many people assume the UUA president is a strong executive, but he is the only elected UUA top official unable to vote on Board of Trustee matters.

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