The Chapter is the governing body of the Cathedral that determines policy issues, sets goals and provides stewardship of the Cathedral's complex operations. The Chapter reviews the activities of each of the Cathedral's parochial entities and ministries on an annual basis, and reviews the church's financials on a monthly basis. Unlike the vestries of smaller parishes, the Chapter does not usually get involved in the day-to-day activities of the Cathedral; instead, the Chapter of the Cathedral functions similarly to a "Board of Trustees.”
Each year, a Nominating Committee identifies a slate of six candidates for a three-year term on the Chapter, to be voted on by the parish at the annual Parish Meeting in December.
Nominees for the Chapter Class of 2021
The Cathedral Nominating Committee has submitted the following slate of candidates, approved by the Chapter, to be voted on by the parish at the annual Parish Meeting, which will take place on Sunday, December 9 at 10 a.m. in Child Hall. Austin Hall continues his two-year term as Senior Warden. The Nominating Committee has nominated Dorsey DeLong for Junior Warden.
Teddi has been a member of the Cathedral since 2015, and is currently outreach chair of St. Monica’s Guild and a member of the Cathedral Preschool board. She also chaired the Preschool Director Search Committee. Professionally, she works for The Lovett School as an instructional coach for faculty and staff, K–12th grades. Teddi also has a creative and entrepreneurial side expressed through jewelry design and sales for her company, Bair Designs. She and her husband, Chris Bair, have 2 children: Mims (3) and George (6 months).
John has attended the Cathedral for over 3 years, and is currently chair of Cathedral Prison Ministry Steering Committee, board member of Friends of Cathedral Music, and member of the Funeral Guild, the Dean’s Men’s Bible Study, the Stewardship Committee, and the Newcomers Committee. John recently retired after 41 years working in corporate law. He has been involved in many civic activities, including Leadership Atlanta, Crossroads Community Ministries, Cool Girls, Canterbury Court, Metropolitan Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, and National Association of Japan-America Societies of America. John loves music and singing. He and his wife, Nancy Beane, have an adult daughter, Kathryn Beane.
Del has been a member of the Cathedral for 27 years. He is currently in the Cathedral Choir and Schola and is the President of the Choir. He also enjoyed serving on the Parish Committee on Ministry for a priest candidate. Professionally, Del is the Vice President of Human Resources at Emory University. In the broader community, he is a member of The Order of St John and previously served on the Board of Directors for Georgia Piedmont Technical College. Del is married to Victor Moldovan, also a Cathedral member.
Haven has been a Cathedral member for 46 years. Some of her current parish activities include the Green Apron Guild, Preschool and Two-Year Old Chapel leader, St. Ruth’s Guild, Christmas Pageant assistant, and Youth Advisory Board. Professionally, Haven is the assistant director of development for the Atlanta Speech School. In the broader community, she has served Sutton Middle School, North Atlanta High School, Atlanta Speech School, and Emmaus House. Haven enjoys event planning, along with volunteer management and fundraising. Haven and her husband, Randy Long, have two children: Lilly (16) and Charlie (14).
Coty has been a member of the Cathedral since 1996 and is currently serving here as a lector, lay Eucharistic minister, usher, and Cathedral Towers board member. In the past he enjoyed being a Sunday school teacher. Professionally, he is the director of data systems at Mailchimp. In the broader community, Coty has served on the advisory boards for Southern Data Science Conference and the TransFormation Alliance. In addition to technology, Coty is interested in issues of equity and diversity. He and his wife, Jennifer Moore Rosenblath, have three children: Henry (16), James (14), and Edward (10).
Scott has been a member of the Cathedral since 2001 and currently serves as a lector and intercessor and participates in Old Fashioned Sunday School, Sons of Thunder, Tower Climbers, and Habitat for Humanity. Professionally, Scott is a management consultant. In the broader community, he has served on the UGA Terry College of Business Alumni Board, and has volunteered for North Highland Consulting Habitat for Humanity, Tuck Club of Georgia (Dartmouth College), and the Woodworkers Guild of Georgia. Scott’s hobbies include home improvement, woodworking, and music. He and his wife, Caitlin, have two daughters, Eva (13) and Julia (10).
Austin Hall continues his two-year term as Senior Warden. The Nominating Committee has nominated Dorsey DeLong for Junior Warden.