Staff team

Andy Lang, Executive Director

Andy Lang
Andy Lang has 18 years of experience as a communications professional in the United Church of Christ. He was a daily newspaper reporter and a Congressional public-relations specialist in Washington, DC, before moving to Cleveland to join the UCC’s national communications staff in 1993. Andy built the UCC’s first churchwide website at in 1994 and led the church’s national web ministry until 2004. Andy has been the Coalition’s executive director since 2010: in that capacity, he leads the UCC’s Open and Affirming Program. His passion is to reach the nearly 3,700 UCC congregations that have not yet adopted an ONA covenant. He is a member of Plymouth United Church of Christ in Shaker Heights, OH. Would you like Andy to speak at your Conference, seminary or church? Download this brochure for ideas about workshops and events. Andy’s pronouns of choice are “he, him, his.”

The Rev. Rod Mundy, ONA Coordinator

Rod Mundy
The Rev. Rod Mundy is the Coalition’s Open and Affirming Program Manager. A local church minister and pastor for 18 years, his ministry in the UCC’s national setting began in 2000, where he was Executive for Ministries Interpretation and Board Relations in Local Church Ministries, Minister for Web Development and Coordination, and E-commerce Manager. His ministry with the Coalition began in February 2014. He lives in Cleveland with his husband, Darryl M. Haase, four cats, two dogs, and one son, Benjamin. Rod is a member of Dover Congregational UCC in Westlake, OH. Rod’s pronouns of choice are “he, him, his.”

Ann Randall, Financial Director

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Ann M. Randall, CPA, has an accounting and financial-management practice in South Euclid, Ohio, working primarily with non-profits and small businesses. She has worked in the non-profit sector for 30 years. Some of her proudest achievements include facilitating racial diversity and parent involvement in her children’s elementary school. She served as the Christian educator in a Presbyterian More Light Church for many years. Ann’s pronouns of choice are “she, her, hers.”