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Timothy Barner
Vice President, Development

Tim Barner retired in 2017 after 15 years as a development professional with the Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), a Quaker lobby in the public interest.  He traveled from Maine to Georgia to interpret FCNL’s program to supporters.  Tim moved to DC in 1992 to direct the World Federalist Assn and became an active member of UNA-USA and its Council of Organizations.  Tim and his wife Kathy Guthrie have lived in their rapidly changing Capitol Hillneighborhood since 1994.

Vision Statement:  I enjoy the challenge of fundraising teamwork with fellow Board members as we secure a firm base for current and future UNA-NCAprograms.  Support for the United Nations and its dedicated global staff has been an important part of my life, from UN studies at Princeton and Pitt to work with the peace and security committee of UNA-NCA.  I feel privileged to continue serving on the UNA-NCA board.