Rev. Jude Geiger
Rev. Jude GeigerMinister
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Rev. Jude Geiger serves as our Minister. Over the past decade, Rev. Jude has served in numerous leadership roles in our faith at the local, regional and continental level. Previously, he served the First UU Congregation in Brooklyn, NY as Minister of Religious Education. He has a Masters in Urban Planning from NYU Wagner, and a Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in NYC. Prior to the ministry, Rev. Jude worked in community organizing and public advocacy on issues related to affordable housing, and health insurance outreach.
Danielle Burby
Danielle BurbyActing Religious Education Coordinator
Danielle is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist and was deeply shaped by her own experiences growing up in the UUFH Religious Education program, which she is happy to now oversee. She graduated from Hamilton College with a dual degree in women’s studies and creative writing and works in book publishing with a focus on children’s fiction.
Susie Byrnes
Susie ByrnesFellowship Administrator
Susie’s education and background is in documentary filmmaking and live television production where she has written, produced and directed many long-form national programs for PBS on medical, cultural and public affairs topics. She co-produced “May the Road Rise to Meet You,” an hour-long cultural documentary about the Irish in America, and the PBS multi-part series “New York the Way it Was.” Medical documentaries include co-producing “A Woman’s Heart” and producing “A Time to Grieve.”
After working for several years as the Media and Events Director at Walt Whitman Birthplace, she joined the Board of the Long Island Poetry Collective and is active in the arts community on Long Island.
Jie Yi
Jie YiMusic Director
Jie Yi joined UUFH as Music Director in August 2018. Jie holds a Masters degree in conducting from Manhattan School of Music, where he is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in conducting. In 2018, Jie conducted choral works at both Riverside Church and The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. In 2017, he conducted excerpts from St. John Passion at the Oregon Bach Festival. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2015, conducting Yellow River Cantata. He was Chorus Master and Assistant Conductor at the Shanghai Opera House from 2008 to 2013. Jie was a recipient of the Asian Culture Council Fellowship in 2011 and also won the US-China Cultural Institute Fellowship for Young Conductors in 2006.
Isabella Eredita Johnson
Isabella Eredita JohnsonPianist
Isabella lives in Northport, and accompanies and teaches piano professionally. She was awarded a scholarship to the Manhattan School of Music where she received both her Bachelors and Masters Degrees, studying with Constance Keene. She has won both the prestigious George Schick award for outstanding musicianship and 1st prize at the Mason & Hamlin Piano competition. Among her proudest accomplishments are the presentations of the Diabelli Variations and the Goldberg Variations. Each of these two concerts involved the gathering of over thirty fine pianists, each performing a single variation. Ms. Eredita is an active advocate for the arts on Long Island, and regularly hosts the “Opera Night” series on Long Island.
Bridgette Nicolini
Bridgette NicoliniWebsite Administrator
email: – 631.271.1808
Bridgette Nicolini is co-founder and president of Reach For It Media, Inc. a branding, design, web development and marketing company located in Huntington. She has been in the graphic design industry since 1988 and has been a Huntington resident since 1983.

In her spare time she runs ongoing Law of Attraction workshops for women and devotes time to her lifelong passion of songwriting for Film & TV.