Our Leadership Team


Paul Phillips is a member of Starr King Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Plymouth, NH, where he has served as a religious education instructor and as a member of the Committee on Ministry and the Black Lives Matter Committee. He is currently a member of the Ministerial Internship Committee at Starr King. A lawyer in private practice in Manchester, Paul previously served as Chair of the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights (2014-18).


Robin Schnell (Secretary)has been a member of the Portsmouth South Church UU congregation since November, 2018. Since joining, she has been a member of the Social Justice Associates there, where she is currently a co-chair. During her time with that group, she has participated in projects focused on economic justice and voting rights.


Anne Grossi is a retired psychotherapist and a retired quality accreditation manager. She does part time consulting in quality for health insurance companies. Anne is the Treasurer for UU Action NH. She is also a Board member for the Granite State Organizing Project. Climate justice is close to her heart and she works on this issue for UU Action and GSOP. She is a member of the Environmental Justice Committee for the Manchester unit of the NAACP and is a member of the state climate coalition NH Renews. 

Delegate At Large

Curt Smith is a retired college faculty member and administrator who lives with his wife in Manchester, NH. He has a B.A. from Harvard,  Ph.D. in English from Syracuse University and is the author of four books. He has five grandchildren. One of the founding members of UUANH, he is also a founding member of the NH Community Bail Fund. He is active in New Hampshire Peace Action, the Manchester NH NAACP, and the Manchester Chapter of the Granite State Organizing Project. He is a member of UU Manchester, where he is chair of the Social Justice Committee.

Delegate At Large

Judith Wright has undergraduate degree in English from The University of Missouri, a Master of education from Pennsylvania State University, a Master of Divinity from The Lancaster Theological Seminary, and a Ph. D. from Pennsylvania State University in Psychology with a focus on child therapy. As a Unitarian Universalist minister and a mystic, Judith is open to the mystery of all world religions as they speak to her heart, soul and spirit. 

Delegate At Large

Caro Barschow is the Ministerial Intern at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua. Caro’s spiritual influences are broad, woven by the thread of a belief that awakened hearts bring forth healing and transformation to people, planet and systems. Caro is a candidate for ordained ministry with the UUA. Caro has been active as a lay volunteer, student intern and staff member with congregations in Pennsylvania, Maine and Vermont since 2006. 

Bail Bond Fund

Livia Gershon is a daily correspondent for Smithsonian. She is also a freelance journalist based in New Hampshire. She has written for JSTOR Daily, the Daily Beast, the Boston Globe, HuffPost and Vice, among others.

Executive Director

Mo Baxley (Executive Director) was the Executive Director of N.H. Freedom to Marry and led the effort to pass marriage equality in NH. She is a former member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives and has been a board member of numerous organizations both local and nationally. She works toward a world of economic, social and environmental justice for all. When not working she enjoys spending time out of doors hiking and kayaking with her two rescue dogs.