Kathleen Roney – American Baptist pastor. Associate Member of Iona Community, Kirkridge Board Member, Allentown, PA.
Phyllis Ives, Treasurer – UCC, Lay member. Associate Member of Iona Community. Iona Abbey residential volunteer in 2012. Retired philanthropic counsel to nonprofit organizations. Pemaquid Harbor, ME.
William Klein – Secretary – PCUSA pastor, Associate Member of Iona Community for over 30 years.. Staff member on islands and Glasgow in 1970’s. Lexington, VA.
Anissa Glaser-Bacon – Webmaster and Regional Convener – UCC pastor (New Vision United Church of Christ) – Associate Member of the Iona Community, Sacristan’s Assistant in Iona Abbey in 2005. Hymnologist and Song Leader.
John Dillon – Chair of the Board of Trustees – PCUSA Pastor (Ridgefield-Crystal Lake Presbyterian Church). Past Chair of the Board of Trustees – Iona-NWF. He has been a member of the Iona Community since 1988.
Kate Hollbroook – PC(USA) Clergy. Chaplain at Colorado College (in Colorado Springs) where I focus on Interfaith dialogue, art & spirituality, contemplation, and integrative mind/body practices like Wisdom Healing Qigong. Associate member of the Iona Community. Have volunteered several times in the MacLeod Kitchen.
Paul Masquelier – PC(USA) Clergy. Associate Member of Iona Community since 1999. Retired Exec. of San Jose Presbytery. Past member and former vice chair of the PC(USA) General Assembly Council. Iona-NWF webmaster. Fresno, CA
Mathilda Chase – better know among her friends and colleagues as Tillie, is an honorably retired Presbyterian Minister. Prior to being a minister, Tillie worked for 20 years as an International Banker specializing in Information Technology. Now that she is retired she spends her days writing a book about her ancestor who was a missionary in 1826, throwing pottery on her own kick wheel, working for the Iona Community of Scotland in the US, knitting, working as a Spiritual Director, , and traveling with her husband Jamie. Retirement has freed Tillie up to do the things she loves to do, but there still isn’t enough time in the day to do it all!