“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

-Anne Frank

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Our Staff

Kathleen Moscato - Director of Religious ExplorationKathleen Moscato - Director of Religious Exploration
Kathleen has been working with children and families since 1988, teaching in the classroom for five years, while running her own business, and creating classes and events for children and their families. Kathleen has a passion to create wonderful programs for communities to connect and strengthen. After homeschooling for 10 years, Kathleen found her place here at Palomar, creating and exploring, with a deep love for Unitarian Universalism and the seven principles.


Caroline Celia - Director of MusicCaroline Celia - Director of Music Ministry
Caroline Celia has been involved in music all her life. She taught vocal music grades 4- 12 and has taught private piano and voice lessons for many, many years. Caroline also served as church accompanist and music director before coming to Palomar Unitarian Fellowship. She has been accompanying at PUUF since spring 2006 and Music Director since spring 2007.

 


Kimberly Lilley - Choir DirectorKimberly Lilley - Choir and Orchestra Director
Kimberly comes from a musical theatre background, having performed throughout the United States in national tours of Broadway shows. She has a music degree from UCLA, and has been serving the Fellowship since 2006.

 

 


Janice McAlister-Cook - Office ManagerJanice McAlister-Cook - Office Manager
Janice McAlister-Cook is a life-long resident of Carlsbad. She has worked in various aspects health care for 15 years. She has also worked for an attorney's office. Janice first encountered Unitarian Universalism at San Dieguito UU Fellowship where she sought out religious education for her children when they were young. Janice has been with Palomar Fellowship since January 2005. Her interests include reupholstering furniture, reading, and gardening. She lives with her husband Bruce in the house where she was raised.