Leadership and Staff Members
Our Unity of the Triangle staff is here to serve you. Each dedicated staff member is available to assist you on your spiritual journey.
REV. NEUSOM HOLMES
(919) 832-8324, Ext 102
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From an early age, Neusom knew he would be a spiritual leader, but by the age of 16 he doubted any church held his beliefs in universal divinity. He began a serious quest for answers and spiritual growth by studying Eastern religions, mythology, meditation, and various healing modalities, in addition to a Psychology degree from UNC-Chapel Hill. Directly after graduating from Presbyterian seminary with a Masters of Divinity, Neusom enrolled in Unity seminary, and is now an ordained Unity minister. He is the previous minister of Unity of Corvallis in Oregon, and has been Senior Minister of Unity of the Triangle since 2002.
Before becoming a minister, Neusom was a professional river guide on the Grand Canyon and around the world; he was the first to descend 12 rivers on four continents.
REV. ANA QUINTANA
(919) 832-8324, Ext. 104
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RevAna Quintana is the associate minister at Unity Church of the Triangle since 2012. In addition to her duties of education, communications, pastoral care, and community relations, Ana leads a Spanish speaking ministry within the church. She also has a thriving wedding ministry in both NC, SC, and her birthplace Puerto Rico. RevAna Quintana is considered one of the leading voices of the Unity movement in Spanish. Her radio show “De Viaje con RevAna” that weekly on both Unity Online Radio and #1-ranked Univision PR WKAQ580 which also broadcasts in US Latino markets. She is very passionate about sharing the Unity message to everyone who is ready, receptive, and willing. She is blessed to be the mother of three wonderful souls, Claire, Luc and Lauren.
REV. MEEMIE LOHMUELLER
Pastoral Care Minister
(919) 832-8324, Ext. 110
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Meemie has been studying metaphysics and Unity principles since 1992 when she realized there was a spiritual path congruent with her inner knowing. She is passionate about prayer and facilitating spiritual transformation in volunteers and congregants. Meemie has directed the Care and Comfort ministry since 2013, which includes the Prayer Ministry, the Prayer Chaplain Program, trained volunteers who visit congregants in the hospital and the volunteer Friend in Deed team. She is an ordained Interfaith Minister and graduated from One Spirit Interfaith Seminary. She continues to serve as a volunteer Prayer Chaplain and is the Staff Liaison for the Volunteer Coordinator.
As a former credit union CEO, she brings a unique blend of leadership and practiced Truth principles to Unity of the Triangle’s pastoral care programs. She also holds a degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Business Administration and Economics.
(919) 832-8324, Ext 105
Mary’s connection to Unity began in 2012 as a congregant. She became a member in 2014. Mary spent 30+ years in the library field, including 20 years as a department manager at a regional library in Wake County. After retiring in 2015, she began working part-time for the church; she moved into the full-time role of operations director in 2016. She is in charge of day-to-day operations, including member/congregant relations, facility management, coordination of events and hospitality, and management of the office staff. She is passionate about making Unity of the Triangle the best that it can be.
Director of Youth and Family Ministry
(919) 832-8324, Ext. 106
Janice leads our family programming as the Director of Youth and Family Ministry. She develops lesson plans, recruits volunteers, and works directly with the Unity youth— from newborns to high schoolers. Unity principles have been a part of her life since early childhood. Janice is a certified yoga instructor with 20+ years of experience teaching prenatal, baby and mom, and children and adults of all ages, and is also a certified childbirth educator, doula and lactation consultant. Janice grew up in Puerto Rico and speaks fluent Spanish. She and her husband Omar are the loving parents of five boys.
Originally from Puerto Rico, Yesenia is a professional photographer and educator with a background in film production, graphic design, and photography. In her spare time, you’ll find Yesenia running, hiking, or spending time with her husband and their two dogs, learning a new language, or exploring the world alongside her camera.
Yesenia oversees church communications, including the weekly E-news, website updates, social media and printed materials.
Eric Johnson is from Mexico City, he studied theater in the “Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes”. He’s the son of an American father and a Mexican mother, and in 2008 he moved to North Carolina with his parents and siblings. He’s been working as a morning show host for La Ley 101.1 FM in North Carolina since 2011, the biggest Hispanic radio station in the east coast.
He arrived to Unity in 2017 because of a recommendation from Ana Quintana who he produced her show “ De Viaje con RevAna” for Puerto Rico, United States and Unity FM.
Eric is in a happy marriage with Emma Perian with who he has 2 children : Eric Jr and Emily. In his free time he likes to travel, listen to music, and play soccer.
Music helps. It helps people to live, to love, to learn, to laugh, to get up and dance or to sit down and relax. It helps and it heals. We take influences from all over the world and from right here at home, we put them in a pot together and simmer until we can’t stand it anymore… and then we eat, dance, play, sing and celebrate life, art and music. We then take this beautiful creation out… into the world and share it with all who are willing. Tim has been sharing music in the Triangle area for more than a quarter century, after completing study at The Oberlin Conservatory of Music; and has no intention of stopping anytime soon.
Assistant Music Director
Jay has long felt a spiritual calling to music ever since he started tapping on the keys of the Sunday school piano as a youngster. He has a varied musical background, having played all over the world on cruise ships, in jazz clubs, in churches, and has accompanied and conducted many theatrical productions. He also composes and arranges music for bands, singers and choirs. You can usually find him performing on
the weekend at local venues.
Jay grew up in Cary, NC and holds a Bachelor of Music degree from East Carolina University and a Masters of Music degree from North Carolina Central University.
Sunday Services Coordinator
(919) 832-8324, Ext. 103
Darla serves as a coordinator for all the different elements of Sunday services, including being a welcoming presence for congregants and guests. She also chats with the online community during our live streaming services. Darla previously worked in sales and account management in the telecom industry. She discovered Unity in 2003 and really loves the inclusive positive teachings and the open-minded people it attracts. She is an advocate for animals and the environment and enjoys reading non-fiction and historical novels.
Chanteé was drawn to work for Unity because of its “outside-of-the-box” thinking and the church’s alignment with her own values and morals. She balances her full-time position as a program review manager at UNC Chapel Hill with her part-time bookkeeper position with UCT. Chanteé received her Bachelor of Administration degree in accounting with a minor in chemistry from Texas State University in 2000.
In her free time, she enjoys visiting the beach, bowling, and hanging out with her husband, Damion, and their three children. Chanteé was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and moved to Youngsville in 2011.
David Kramer has lived in NC since 1992 and has served with Unity Church of the Triangle by doing accounting since 2005. He is married to Chrissy and the father of four children: John, Lorin, Laney and Karly. During the day, he works in state government as the Business Officer of Disability Determination Services, which processes all of the Social Security Disability, SSI and Medicaid applications for NC. In past years, David has been a United Methodist pastor in inner city Philadelphia and in coal mining country in Pennsylvania. He also served as a missionary to Chad, Africa, for seven months supporting groups, which were helping to develop written languages for tribal groups with oral languages only. David enjoys running, and has completed four marathons to date, but only one was fast. He is an Eagle Scout and his favorite merit badge is Wilderness Survival. David has a B.S. degree in Economics from Lebanon Valley College, a M.Div. degree from Drew Theological School and a M.B.A. degree from Elon University. He enjoys evenings working at Unity Church, especially when he can hear the choir singing.