The Humanists of West Florida and the Humanists of Tallahassee
are pleased to present
The 2022 Gulf Coast Secular Assembly
Saturday, June 25th, 2022
A day of speakers, food, and community.
10 AM - 4 PM CST
DeFuniak Springs, Florida
Cost is $20 and includes morning coffee and lunch.
Online registration closes on June 20th. If available, onsite registration will be available for $25.
Seráh is a mom, an activist, and a humanist communications expert. With more than 20 years of political and nonprofit communications experience, Seráh has dedicated her career to advancing social justice through public policy and grassroots community organizing. She is currently the Communications Director at GO Humanity (formerly Foundation Beyond Belief); a Partner at Spectrum Experience (a humanist brand and PR firm); and serves on the board for North Orlando Oasis. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Secular Coalition for Arizona, the Prescott Pride Center, and the Arizona Interfaith Movement.
Noah Lugeons is the host and producer of The Scathing Atheist, one of the world's most popular atheist podcasts. With his co-hosts Heath Enwright and Eli Bosnick, Noah has performed live recordings at the largest atheist conferences in the US, the UK, and Australia. Noah and his co-hosts have never met a podcast they didn't want to host (see Scathing Atheist, God Awful Movies, The Skepticrat, D&D Minus, and Citation Needed) and hold an annual charity drive to benefit Modest Needs, raising over $400,000 in 2021.
Noah, his lovely wife, Lucinda, and their cats live in South Georgia, spending much of their time being asked what church they go to by everyone they meet.
Debbie has served as the Vice President of Programs at American Atheists since 2019 and is a board member at Humanists International. She has over two decades of experience as an organizer and activist and previously worked at the Center for Inquiry in various roles since her college days. Debbie is also engaged in LGBTQ activism, civil rights work, and training new organizers in her community. She facilitates workshops and gives presentations on campaign-building, evidence-based activism, diversity and outreach, group organizing, humanism and politics, and other topics for community groups, campus groups, and national conferences across North America.
A (virtual!) welcome from Nadya Dutchin, the new Executive Director of the American Humanist Association
We will be meeting in the Chautauqua Hall of Brotherhood in lovely DeFuniak Springs, FL.
95 Circle Dr., DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
We want to bring together humanists, atheists, freethinkers, or any other allied person from across the Panhandle.
Schedule and Details
Doors open at 10 AM Central.
Tickets are available at the door for $25.
You may park along the street, and a volunteer will be available to assist you if needed.
There will be an opportunity to socialize and eat dinner with the speakers and other attendees afterwards. Details will be available during the event.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org