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Spotlight on our Speakers

Rev. Diane Diachishin graduated and was ordained by All Faiths Seminary in NYC in 2022. She taught music for 30+ years in private and public school systems. Diane has been an active member of the UUCRT for 25 years, wearing many hats. Diane considers herself a life- long Unitarian. From the age of four, summer vacations were spent with her family and her Star Island community, at an ongoing retreat for UU’s of all ages, which still continues to be a source of renewal and inspiration for her. Diane is passionate about her family, playing music, hiking, and travel.

Jaye Moyer is a committed meditation practitioner as well as a psychotherapist, and
board-certified trainer and educator of psychodrama and group psychotherapy practicing in Hudson Valley. She integrates Buddhist psychology with compassion and mindfulness training and draws on the inspiration of music, art, poetry and nature to help people connect to clarity, openness and spontaneity. She specializes in individuals and couples and has presented nationally and internationally on the integration of mindfulness, experiential investigation and group process. She most recently presented at a national conference on Trauma and Resilience for the American Association of Group Psychotherapists and Psychodrama. She is the creator of an on-line program entitled Embodied Presence in Action. She teaches meditation and dharma for the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies “Daily Sit”. Jaye has a beautiful daughter Molly and lives with her beloved husband John in Beacon, New York.
Jaye Moyer, LCSW-R
www.JayeMoyer.com

Bill Glass is a retired businessman/scientist, who traveled the world on business, lived overseas, and developed three patentable products for which he received royalties. Bill was a captain and squadron cmdr. in the USAF and also served in the Army, where he was a sergeant in the artillery, actually on a 155mm Howitzer, the same weapon we have sent to Ukraine. He briefly taught physics and advanced science at a high school in MS. Bill competed in his last triathlon when he was 60.

Anne Wibiralske, PhD, is an ecologist serving as Science Advisor for Orange Environment and teaching in the Environmental Studies Program at Ramapo College of New Jersey. Dr. Wibiralske areas of study include forest ecology, wetland ecology, and landscape ecology. Her current conservation work with Orange Environment focuses on building community engagement in increasing pollinator insect habitats through gardening with native plants.

Toby Schack, Vice President of Orange Environment, Inc for over 35 years and retired High School Biology and Chemistry teacher at Peekskill High School, NY. As VP/member of Orange Environment I have filled many roles: administrator, member of the Monroe-Woodbury CAP (Community Advisory Panel) of Nepera Chemical Company in Harriman, and administrator for a variety of events and sustainability workshops hosted by OE over the years.