Aside from living for a time in Idaho and Alaska, Donna is a lifelong New Englander, born in and still living near Worcester, Massachusetts. Following graduation from Becker College (Worcester), she worked in several businesses doing bookkeeping/accounting. She also began her many years of volunteer work by serving as Treasurer for First Congregational Church (Holden, MA) and for its thrift store, “The Corner Shop.” Donna could also be found leading a local Girl Scout troop and later helping the organization as a Service Team Chair.
For about twenty years, she served as Treasurer for what is now the Open and Affirming (ONA) Coalition of the UCC and as ONA Program Assistant with her wife, Ann B. Day, who was ONA Program Coordinator for the Coalition from 1987 to 2007. In addition, she was the Financial Secretary and Treasurer for their home church, United Congregational Church (UCC) in Worcester and Treasurer for the Worcester Area Mission Society (UCC) for twenty-three years, retiring in May 2017.
In retirement, Donna intends to enjoy time in Maine, read every mystery book ever written and eat as many chicken wings as possible.
(This biographical statement provided by Donna Enberg.)
Biography Date: June 2017
United Church of Christ/Congregational Church | Open and Affirming in the UCC (ONA & formerly UCC Coalition for LGBT Concerns) | Activist (religious institutions) | Massachusetts | EXHIBIT Rolling the Stone Away
“Donna Enberg | Profile”, LGBTQ Religious Archives Network, accessed October 15, 2021, https://lgbtqreligiousarchives.org/profiles/donna-enberg.