Meet Our Board of Directors

Kathy Zavada - Spiritual Leader
Kathy Zavada - Spiritual Leader

"I am serving on this board to join with the board members in co-creating

with the highest consciousness possible, a church community with offerings

that deeply enrich, support, enlighten, heal, uplift, and serve everyone

who attends Unity of Oroville. I am deeply committed to serving everyone

in their spiritual growth and awakening to the Consciousness of the Christ

within. It is an honor and a privilege to be part of this."

~Kathy Zavada



Don Button - Treassurer
Don Button - Treassurer
Terry Rossetta - President
Terry Rossetta - President
Richard Smith - Member at Large
Richard Smith - Member at Large

"As a member of Unity, as with any family or organization, I am obliged to contribute whatever I can to it's livelihood.
I believe that I bring a perspective personal to myself, to the board."   ~Don
 

"I joined the board of Unity Church of Oroville because I wanted to be part of this heart centered community.  I wanted to be part of the growth of this community and grow myself in the process.  Any community needs the support, patience and forward thinking to keep it fresh and interesting, and I wanted to play my small part in making that happen." ~Terry"

I joined the Board so that I can better serve my Unity family.  It's amazing to see so many special people join together in love and truth.  I want to contribute my part.

~Richard


Diane Monson - Member at Large
Diane Monson - Member at Large

"I am serving on the Board of Directors because I wish to contribute to the group effort of attracting positive people and energy to Unity.  In offering my time and adding my talent I am joining a genuine force for promoting peace in the world.  It is an honor to serve my community in this way."   ~Diane

Joanne Robinson - Member at Large
Joanne Robinson - Member at Large
Donna LaGrone - Member at Large
Donna LaGrone - Member at Large

"Serving as a member on the Unity of Oroville board is both  a rewarding and honorable way to serve to the welfare of it's congregants: to know what is happening and being a part of it."    ~Donna