Schuyler Vogel grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and attended Carleton College. He majored in religion, worked for the Chaplain’s Office, and received a teacher’s license for high school social studies. After completing his student teaching, Schuyler worked for a brief time in elementary special education. He then served as the Director of Faith Development for River of Grass Unitarian Universalist Congregation, where he received a UUA grant to found and lead three local UU young adult communities. Following his work there, Schuyler was hired as the Director of Religious Education at North Shore Unitarian Church in Deerfield IL, where he served two years. Now attending Harvard Divinity School, Schuyler spent his first year in Boston working at the UUA Office of Congregational Advocacy and Witness and spent his summer doing chaplaincy training in a skilled nursing facility.