Eileen Raymond grew up in Unitarian churches in Massachusetts. As an adult she belonged to Unitarian- Universalist churches and fellowships in Maryland, North Carolina and South Carolina. Since 1992, Eileen has been an active member of the UU Church of Canton where she currently serves on its Social Action Committee and is a member of the bell choir.
As a special educator, Eileen has been involved with disability advocacy work for many years. As an active citizen and former League of Women Voters member, she has worked with others to achieve a variety of societal and governmental changes.
Eileen was a Fulbright Scholar from July 2009 to June 2010 at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. In 2011, she returned to South Africa for five more months. Her focus of study is on inclusive and special education.
Spring 2016 - Vicarious Voyagers XVIII [S-16-60]
Fall 2015 - Universalists and Their Influence in Northern NY [F-15-52]
Spring 2014 - Nelson Mandela: The Story Behind the Icon [S-14-38]
Spring 2014 - Vicarious Voyagers XIV [S-14-57]
Fall 2012 - Citizen Advocacy: Making Your Voice Heard [F-12-11]
Spring 2012 - Vicarious Voyagers X [S-12-54]