Faculty

Tandi Rogers

Affiliated Faculty
Master of Pastoral Studies, Seattle University, School of Theology & Ministry
M.Ed., Antioch University
Certificate of Leadership, The Humanist Institute
B.S., Bowling Green State University
trogers@uua.org

Rev. Tandi Rogers is known for her creative reframing and sparky questions and love of collaboration.

Rev. Tandi Rogers is a Congregational Life Staff member for the Pacific Western Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), serving as Primary Contact for congregations in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana, as well as working with all PWR congregations as a specialist in Conflict Transformation, Accessibility & Inclusion Ministry and working with all PWR Emerging Ministries.

Tandi teaches Religious Education for a Changing World at Meadville Lombard Theological School. Two of her meditations appear in Becoming: A Spiritual Guide for Navigating Adulthood, edited by Rev. Kayla Parker and Twelve-Step Unitarian Universalist, edited by Ken and Cathlean.

She is known for her creative reframing and sparky questions and love of collaboration. She is ordained to the UU ministry, a certified spiritual director, and a Credentialed Religious Educator, master level.

Tandi has been serving the UUA in many roles since 2002. Before joining the Pacific Western Region team she served the UUA as Pacific Northwest Districts’ Program Specialist (2002-2011), Interim Director of the Youth & Young Adult Office (2010-2011), Growth Strategist (2011-2014), and Innovation & Network Specialist (2014-2016.)
Prior to the UUA, she served Associated Ministries of Pierce County as their Development Officer and was a teacher and grants officer at the Muckleshoot Tribal School.

Tandi is married to Rev. Sue Phillips who is also a minister. They live in Tacoma, WA with their 11-year-old son.

Is this how you spend your vacation?

“I can think of no better way to recharge my batteries and fill my spiritual well with hope than to spend vacation time teaching at Meadville-Lombard Theological School.”