Best-Selling Author & Daughter of Vice President Mike Pence
Charlotte Pence is a best-selling author & the daughter of Vice President Mike Pence. She is a current contributor to Lightworkers.com and her work has been published in The Washington Times, Glamour magazine and featured in US Weekly, among other major media outlets. A graduate of DePaul University with a BA in Digital Cinema Screenwriting and English, Charlotte contributed writing and production skills to the Emmy Award-winning documentary Fleeced (WFYI Productions). Charlotte currently attends Harvard Divinity School where she is a candidate for a Masters in Theological Studies, with an emphasis on religious themes in literature and culture..
Former CEO of 40 Days for Life
Director of Life, Culture and Women’s Advocacy
Patrina Mosley serves as the Director of Life, Culture and Women’s Advocacy at the Family Research Council. Her writings and research examine the sanctity of life and women’s dignity issues in policy and culture.
Specifically, Patrina specializes in advocating for women in matters of abortion, sex trafficking, and pornography. From her policy analysis to cultural commentary, her goal is to motivate others to action from a biblical worldview.
Her commentary has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Examiner, The Hill, Townhall, The Federalist, The Daily Signal, The Christian Post and more. She has also testified in state legislatures on fetal pain in abortion, and the influence pornography has to normalize violence against women as well as its effect in increasing the demand for sex trafficking.
Before her current role, Patrina served as Family Research Council Action’s Assistant Director where she walked alongside state and federal campaigns for endorsement. Combining her passion for elections and educating voters, she oversaw numerous grassroots projects to lead endorsed candidates of faith, family, and freedom to victory.
Former American Football Player
Matthew Birk is a former American football center. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round of the 1998 NFL Draft, and later played for the Baltimore Ravens. He played college football at Harvard. Birk is a two-time All-Pro, six-time Pro Bowl selection, and one-time Super Bowl champion. Birk is a powerful voice for Life, raising awareness of the value of the pre-born, and together with his wife both support pregnancy resource centers.
Dr. Monique Ruberu
Pro Life Ob/Gyn
Dr. Monique Ruberu is a daughter of God, a wife to an amazing husband and a mother to five adorable kiddos (2 in heaven). She is a convinced Catholic and a Napro Technology Trained Pro Life Ob/Gyn.
Monique has a beautiful conversion story that she recently published titled "Rising with Roses." This book delves deep into her faith journey which brought her from a broken marriage to an amazing and precious relationship God. It also addresses many interesting life lessons that she learned along the way and now shares with her patients on a daily basis.
She co-leads two 40 days for life campaigns in downtown Philadelphia. She is a pro life advocate, trained sidewalk counsellor and public speaker. She loves to salsa dance, spend time with her Lord in mass and adoration, scuba dive, travel and love on her family.
President Of Students for Life of America
Kristan Hawkins is a Christian, wife, mother, grassroots activist, author, speaker, and a human rights advocate. President of Students for Life of America, she was recruited in 2006 to launch Students for Life of America’s full-time operation. Since then, she has built up a small organization made up of a few dozen student groups scattered around the country to a coordinated national team serving more than 1,200 Students for Life chapters in all fifty states. Under her leadership, Students for Life exists to abolish abortion by transforming our culture by recruiting, training, and mobilizing this pro-life generation, who are the direct targets of today’s abortion industry. A frequent speaker and media analyst, Kristan’s expertise includes abortion, feminism, disability advocacy and healthcare, as she navigates the social conditions and public policy that impacts the human rights issue of our day.
A published author, Kristan wrote Courageous: Students Abolishing Abortion in this Lifetime. She has interviewed on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, the Today Show, CBS, ABC, and HBO and has received the title, “One of the 4 worst anti-abortion misinformers,” by Media Matters, a title of which she is very proud. Kristan regularly speaks at pro-life conventions and events across the United States including leading college campuses such as Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, and UC-Berkeley.
Gov. Scott Walker
Governor of Wisconsin
Scott Walker is an American politician who served as the 45th governor of Wisconsin from 2011 to 2019. A Republican, he was first elected governor in 2010, defeating an attempted recall in 2012 and being elected for a second term in 2014. He formerly served as Milwaukee County Executive and in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Walker was raised in Iowa and in Delavan, Wisconsin, before attending Marquette University. While in school, he worked for IBM before leaving his senior year to take an opportunity to work full-time in finance and development for the American Red Cross. In 1993, Scott was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly. Then, in 2002, he became the first Republican elected Milwaukee County Executive. Voters in the overwhelmingly Democrat county re-elected Scott by increased margins in 2004 and 2008 because he kept his promises to continuously reform county government and put taxpayers first.
On January 3, 2011, Scott Walker was inaugurated as the 45th Governor of Wisconsin. One of his first reforms, Act 10, helped eliminate the state’s $3.6 billion budget deficit without raising taxes or cutting health care for those in need. It gave schools and local governments the tools to balance budgets without the massive layoffs seen in other states.
On June 5, 2012, Scott Walker became the first Governor in American history to survive a recall election. He received both more votes and a higher percentage of the vote than in his 2010 election, proving again that Wisconsinites want leaders in office who keep their promises. On November 4, 2014, Scott was re-elected to a second term.
President of Live Action
Lila Rose is a speaker, writer, podcast host, and human rights activist. Lila founded and serves as president of Live Action, a media and news nonprofit dedicated to ending abortion and inspiring a culture that respects all human life. Live Action’s groundbreaking news coverage and compelling videos reach several million people online every week. Lila is the host of “The Lila Rose Show,” a podcast that tackles faith, relationships, culture and politics.
Lila also speaks internationally on faith, family and cultural issues, and has addressed members of the European Parliament and the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women. Lila has been named among the National Journal’s “25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35,” and Christianity Today’s “33 under Thirty-Three.” A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Lila and her husband reside in Los Angeles.
co-founder of RadianceFoundation.org
Ryan Bomberger is an Emmy® Award-winning creative professional, international public speaker, columnist, factivist, and author of the powerful book, Not Equal: Civil Rights Gone Wrong. He is also the co-founder of RadianceFoundation.org, a life-affirming organization based on the belief that every human life has purpose. Ryan has a rather unique perspective of the innate nature of purpose. He is one of ten children who were adopted and loved in a racially diverse family of fifteen. Today, as an adoptee and adoptive father, he enjoys boldly illuminating the intrinsic worth we all possess.
He and his wife, Bethany, founded The Radiance Foundation to extensively research and creatively present challenging social issues through ad campaigns, multimedia talks, fearless journalism, and compassionate community outreaches. From keynotes at renown locations like Harvard, Princeton, Columbia Law School, University of Notre Dame, Ireland’s Trinity College, March for Life DC, March for Life UK, Capitol Hill briefings, and hundreds more events here and abroad, Ryan is passionate about helping to build a culture that values Life in all of its stages.
Alison Howard Centofante
Director of External Affairs - Live Action
Alison is the Director of External Affairs at Live Action, a national non-profit working to educate on abortion and the humanity of the preborn. In this role, Alison handles media, government relations, Live Action's Ambassador Program, and travels sharing Live Action's mission.
Alison previously served at Alliance Defending Freedom and Concerned Women for America. Her work has been featured on Fox News, ABC, NPR, CBN, and other media outlets. Her work has been published in National Review Online, World Magazine, The Federalist, and The Blaze. Alison was named to Red Alert Politics “30 under 30” list and Christianity Today’s Reader’s Choice “33 under 33.
Tyson C. Langhofer
Director of the Center for Academic Freedom
Vice President of the Center for Life
Kevin Theriot serves as senior counsel and vice president of the Center for Life with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he directs the work of team members working to overturn Roe v. Wade, defend prolife speech, and battle against physician-assisted suicide.
Since joining Alliance Defending Freedom in 2003, Theriot has been successful as lead counsel or co-counsel in numerous cases preserving the freedoms of speech and religion. In NIFLA v. Becerra he was part of the Supreme Court team that protected California pregnancy centers from being forced to refer for abortion. In Women’s Health Link v. City of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Theriot defended the freedom of a pro-life pregnancy center to access an advertising forum in city buses. In The Children First Foundation v. Martinez, he received a favorable ruling eliminating unconstitutional discrimination against “Choose Life” auto license plates.
Theriot also co-authored the 2017 law review article, Free to Do No Harm: Conscience Protections for Healthcare Professionals.
Jennifer Lahl, R.N., M.A.
Ms. Lahl is founder and president of The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network. Lahl couples her 25 years of experience as a pediatric critical care nurse, a hospital administrator, and a senior-level nursing manager with a deep passion to speak for those who have no voice.
Lahl’s writings have appeared in various publications including Cambridge University Press, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Dallas Morning News, and the American Journal of Bioethics. As a field expert, she is routinely interviewed on radio and television including ABC, CBS, PBS, and NPR.
She is also called upon to speak alongside lawmakers and members of the scientific community, even being invited to speak to members of the European Parliament in Brussels to address issues of egg trafficking; she has twice addressed the United Nations during the Commission on the Status of Women on egg and womb trafficking.
Katrina Furth, PhD
Associate Scholar, Charlotte Lozier Institute
Katrina Furth, PhD specializes in communicating neuroscience concepts with non-scientific audiences. Since graduating with a PhD in Neuroscience from Boston University, she has worked as an adjunct professor at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, and an associate scholar at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, which promotes science and statistics for life.
Dr. Furth enjoys educating scientists and non-scientists alike about brain development and leads seminars and talks about the neuroscience of the unborn. She believes that as people come to understand more about embryonic and fetal development, they will be more likely to support life-affirming policies.
Sue Ellen Browder
Journalist Sue Ellen Browder writes from Lander, Wyoming, home of Wyoming Catholic College. An award-winning investigative reporter, Sue Ellen has spoken on a panel for women's empowerment at the United Nations and has appeared on the Today Show, Oprah, EWTN News Nightly, and hundreds of radio talk shows.
As a freelance writer for many women's magazines, including Cosmopolitan, New Woman, and Woman's Day, she's had a lifetime of experience with the women's movement as it unfolded in the media, both on the public stage and behind the scenes. Her book Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women's Movement (Ignatius Press) blows the whistle on the behind-the-scenes maneuverings that led to abortion and contraception being inserted in the National Organization for Women's "Bill of Rights" by a mere 57 people.
Her latest book, to be co-published in November by the Augustine Institute and Ignatius Press, is Sex and the Catholic Feminist. The title of her inspiring talk: "Why the Pro-Life Movement is the Authentic Feminist Movement of the 21st Century."
Speaker & Author
Stephanie Gray is an international pro-life presenter from Vancouver, Canada, who has traveled North America, Central America, and Europe speaking almost 1,000 times over two decades to vast and varied crowds, including medical, legal, political, and university audiences.
In 2017 she spoke for the series “Talks at Google,” presenting at Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA, on the topic “Abortion: From Controversy to Civility.” The Youtube recording went viral and is part of the 200 popular uploads out of more than 4,000 “Talks at Google.” Stephanie is also a writer, having authored the book “Love Unleashes Life: Abortion and the Art of Communicating Truth.”
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UBC in Vancouver, and a Certification, with Distinction, in health care ethics from the NCBC in Philadelphia. Learn more at loveunleasheslife.com.
President of Susan B. Anthony List
Marjorie Dannenfelser is president of Susan B. Anthony List. Over the last three election cycles, SBA List and its super PAC, Women Speak Out, have reached more than 4.6 million voters by visiting voters at their homes to win a pro-life White House and secure a strong pro-life majority in the U.S. Senate. She previously served as chair of Donald Trump’s Pro-life Coalition after securing four pro-life commitments from the nominee during the 2016 campaign.
Mrs. Dannenfelser has been published widely including in TIME, The Washington Post, and National Review and profiled by New York Magazine, The Telegraph, The New Yorker, and The Washington Post. She is a regular contributor to Fox News, CNN, CBN, EWTN, and NPR, among others. She serves on the board of Alliance Defending Freedom, as well as Life Perspectives’ Task Force. Appointed by Senate Leader McConnell, Marjorie is also a member of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission.
An alumna of Duke University, she and her husband Marty live in Arlington, Virginia, and have five children.
founder of Prenatal Partners for Life
Mary Kellett is the founder and director of Prenatal Partners for Life, a non-profit ministry that offers support, information and encouragement to families that receive an adverse diagnosis before or after the birth of their child.
Mary and her husband Don have 11 children, the youngest was Peter who had trisomy 18 and went home to heaven in August 2012.
Since 2005, PPFL has supported thousands of families in every state and 50 countries. For more information please visit www.prenatalpartnersforlife.org.
President of Equal Rights Institute
Josh Brahm is the president and co-founder of Equal Rights Institute. A sought-after speaker, Josh has spoken for more than 23,000 people in five countries and in 22 of the 50 states.
Josh’s primary passion is helping pro-life people to be more persuasive when they communicate with pro-choice people. That means ditching faulty rhetoric and tactics and embracing arguments that hold up under philosophical scrutiny.
He has publicly debated leaders from Planned Parenthood, the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), Georgians for Choice, and one of the leading abortion facilities in Atlanta.
Executive Director of American Principles Project
Terry Schilling (@Schilling1776) is the executive director of American Principles Project, a conservative advocacy group in Washington, DC dedicated to advancing the American a Family through politics and public policy.
Chairman of Eagle Forum
Anne Schlafly Cori is Chairman of Eagle Forum and has served on Eagle Forum boards of directors since 2008.
From 2012-16, Anne Cori was the regular guest host for “Eagle Forum Live”, a weekly radio show on the Bott Radio Network, and she hosted fifty programs. She has emceed several Eagle Forum events over the years, including Eagle Council and Collegians.
Anne is the daughter of Phyllis Schlafly. She and her husband, Tom Cori, have hosted many candidate fundraisers in their home.
Anne has a B.A. in history from Georgetown University.
Founder of Relationships Matter
Toni is a Pro-Life speaker and the Founder of the Program, Relationships Matter. Toni shares her story of regret with transparency while leaving her listeners with hope.
Toni holds a bachelor’s degree from West Chester University and her master’s degree in Biblical Counseling from Summit University. She was the former Relationship Educator and Director of Relationship Education Program in the greater Philadelphia area for 6 years and has shared this program internationally in Africa and Israel.
Toni has been married to her wonderful husband Kris McFadden for 10 years and they have 4 beautiful children. She loves helping people see their worth and giving them hope through her own story, being an advocate for the unborn, being a stay at home mom, and spending time with her family.
Senior Producer, The Heritage Foundation
Kelsey Harkness is a senior writer and producer at The Daily Signal, the multimedia news organization at The Heritage Foundation. Her work includes writing, reporting, podcasting, producing documentaries, and appearing on TV. She is the co-host of the weekly podcast, “Problematic Women,” and is an editor of BRIGHT, a morning newsletter for women, by women.
In addition to her work with The Daily Signal, Harkness is a contributor to The Federalist, a visiting fellow with the Independent Women’s Forum, and a senior fellow with The Steamboat Institute. She is a regular on Fox News and Fox Business, and in 2018, she was a featured speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on the panel, “#UsToo: Left Out by the Left.” Before joining The Daily Signal, Harkness worked at Fox News in New York City.
She graduated from Lafayette College in Easton, PA, with a self-designed double major in international affairs and film and media in politics. Harkness, who grew up in Wilton, Conn., currently resides in Washington, DC, with her husband and her Australian shepherd, Utah. She balances her passion for politics with an affinity for yoga.
Campus Minister & Theology Teacher
Bobby Angel is a campus minister and theology teacher at an all-boys' Catholic high school in Anaheim, CA. Married in 2013, he and his wife Jackie have three beautiful children who won’t let them sleep. Bobby and Jackie also have a video ministry through the Ascension Presents channel on YouTube, highlighting topics of faith, family, and the call to loving fruitfully.
Host of "Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler", One America News Network
In April 2018, Liz was profiled by Politico magazine as a “titan of conservative media” along with Ben Shapiro, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Mark Levin, Tucker Carlson, Allie Stuckey, and Dana Loesch.
In August of 2016, Liz was named a top 10 “30 under 30” conservative rising star by Red Alert Politics. That same year, Liz spoke at CPAC and at the Steamboat Institute Freedom Conference. In 2017, she keynoted the Liberty Dinner for the Riverside Republican Party and in 2018, Liz delivered they keynote address for the Alaska Republican Party's state convention.
Liz’s pithy, poignant three-minute Final Point videos, which air at the end of her nightly broadcast on OANN, rack up hundreds millions of views on social media every year.
Liz's book "Tipping Points: How to Topple the Left's House of Cards" was named a Publisher's Weekly National Bestseller in August of 2019.
Dawn M. Baker, LMSW
Service Line Director for Pregnancy Counseling and Domestic Infant Adoption Bethany Christian Services, Michigan
Dawn believes it is a privilege to come alongside women who are considering an adoption decision. She has worked in the field of unplanned pregnancy for 30+ years and now is the Director of Michigan Infant Adoption and Pregnancy Counseling. In 2009, MTV began following the story of one of Dawn's clients, documenting the pregnancy counseling and adoption placement by birth parents Catelynn and Tyler, in three reality shows: 16 & Pregnant, Teen Mom, and Teen Mom OG. These shows have exposed a new generation to the life-affirming option of adoption, the blessing of open adoption, and the ongoing journey through grief and loss. Dawn has spoken around the country on university campuses, sharing information about open adoption. Dawn is committed to serving staff and clients with excellence and joy! Dawn holds a Master’s degree in social work from Eastern Michigan University.
Heartbeat International’s Ministry Services
Director of Option Line at Heartbeat International
Content Director, Human Defense Initiative
Life-affirming Specialist, Option Line Team
Stephanie is both an adopted child, as well as a birth mother herself. She is an advocate for adoption and actively speaks at events such as waiting family meetings, where she helps educate couples on adoption; specifically open adoption. She has been published in many education-related marketing materials and testimonials, sharing her personal experiences, living on two different sides of adoption. She helps counsel women who are going through unplanned pregnancies, as well as during the post- adoption process, by attending and speaking at birthmother support groups.
Stephanie has a Bachelors of Business Administration from Grand Valley State University, and is the Brand Manager for Alfa Romeo North America.
Chairman, Douglass Leadership Institute
Based in the Washington, D.C. area, Dean Nelson is responsible for advancing the Culture of Life in the political sphere, by building bridges, coalitions, and partnerships. He brings to Human Coalition more than 20 years of demonstrated success directing nonprofit organizations, with an emphasis on urban strategies, grassroots organization, and national leadership training. Before taking the role as executive director of Human Coalition Action, Rev. Nelson faithfully served Human Coalition as the church outreach director for five years.
Rev. Nelson serves as the chairman of the board for the Douglass Leadership Institute. He is a sought-after speaker, giving frequent interviews on ABC and NBC affiliate networks in Washington, D.C. He’s appeared on the 700 Club, CBN News, and MSNBC, as well. And he is a frequent guest on Christian radio programs, including the Bott Radio Network and American Family Radio. He and his wife Julia have three children and live in Maryland.
Dr. Kendra Kolb
Dr. Kendra Kolb is currently a practicing Neonatologist with dual board certification in both Pediatrics and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, caring for babies who require support around the time of delivery for a wide variety of reasons. She obtained her Medical Degree from Drexel University College of Medicine, and went onto complete a Pediatric Residency and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, PA.
Throughout her career, she has become a passionate advocate for the preborn, as many of her patients are born very prematurely, even at the same ages as other babies who are legally aborted in many states. Many of her patients also include babies born with chromosomal abnormalities, genetic syndromes, and other life-limiting diagnoses commonly aborted in utero. Encounters with these patients have given her a passion for Neonatal Palliative Care, which provides compassionate medical care for babies born with life-limiting diagnoses.
She currently serves as a member of the Perinatal Palliative Care Committee at her institution. Although babies born with these conditions have lives which may be shorter than most, they are deserving of compassionate, respectful, and appropriate medical care.
Students for Life
Michele Hendrickson brings the unique experience of being an elementary school teacher to the pro-life movement. She graduated from Hood College in Frederick, Maryland majoring in Elementary and Special Education. Working with children and teaching for over 10 years has provided Michele with amazing opportunities to partner with families. After volunteering her spare time in the pro-life movement, she felt a heavy burden for the families whose relationships were destroyed by abortion. Now, she is dedicated to educating and empowering women to understand the truth about abortion.
Michele currently serves as the East Coast Field Director with Students for Life of America, helping student groups and Regional Coordinators bring the pro-life message to their campuses and beyond. She is especially passionate about changing the way the church approaches pro-life ministry. Michele has her District Pastor’s License through Church of the Nazarene and is continuing her studies for Ordination. Living in MD with her husband and two kids, Michele is also the East Coast Regional Director.
Students For Life
From Chicago Heights, Illinois, Matt is a 2014 graduate of Loyola University-Chicago, where he studied Political Science, Economics, and Catholic Studies. He was actively involved in his school's Students for Life, College Republicans, and Catholic Student Organization chapters. He also is a 2017 graduate of University of Nebraska-Omaha, where he graduated with a Masters of Political Science. Before joining Students for Life of America as the Communications Director, he worked as a field director, regional director, and Director of Campus Integrity for Turning Point USA.
As SFLA’s Communications Director, Matt expanded the social media outreach, increased rapid response to pro-life issues, and handled media relations.
students for life
Camille Cisneros was raised in Alamosa, CO and graduated from Colorado State University in 2009 with a B.A. in History. It was there that her passion for life was ignited while volunteering with Justice for All on different campuses throughout northern Colorado. She co-founded CSU Students for Life and served as President in 2008 and 2009. After moving to California, she began working with Culture of Life Family Services as their Campus Outreach Coordinator in San Diego County. She also served as a crisis pregnancy counselor, working hand in hand with the Abortion Pill Reversal Program, providing resources to women including free ultrasounds, adoption services and daily support.
Camille is currently working towards a degree in Diagnostic Sonography (ultrasound) and is thrilled to be on the ground, working with Students for Life of America as the Supportive Services Coordinator. Her role allows her to equip students through the Pregnant on Campus and Building a Better Future programs to bring lifesaving resources to campuses that will empower women to choose life and finish their education.
students for life
Katie is a graduate of Western Washington University (WWU) and holds a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, as well as a minor in psychology. During her time at WWU she co-founded and became president of the pro-life student organization, Western Washington Students for Life, which is in conjunction with SFLA.
Katie was hired by Students for Life of America in 2016 as the Northwest Regional Coordinator of Students for Life of America (SFLA). As a Regional Coordinator, Katie traveled throughout Washington training, and empowering, pro-life student leaders to take a stand for life on their campus and communities. Katie now serves in a duel role as Industry Impact Coordinator for Students for Life of America where she equips students to counter the abortion industry, and Public Policy Coordinator for Students for Life Action where she helps students engage in legislation and elections in their states.
Students for life
Elizabeth Parker grew up in the pro-life movement. Her parents are pastors who are adamant about seeing abortion come to an end via the laws of our land as well as the hearts of the people.
Throughout Elizabeth's life thus far, she's participated in this movement in various ways, including Right to Life Speech Contests in high school, actively supporting pregnancy resource centers, serving as a board member of the Baton Rouge Women's Help Center, and now as the Students for Life Minorities Outreach Coordinator and Appalachian Regional Coordinator.
Students for Life
Lori Cascio grew up pro-life but it wasn’t until she was put in charge of her church’s weekly 40 Days for Life prayer in high school that her passion for abolishing abortion was ignited. She attended the Students for Life of America National Conference, where the unmovable beliefs of students and speakers inspired her. After starting her Students for Life group in high school and graduating, Lori spent the summer discerning her career goals as a Missionary for Life with SFLA. She spent time working for a pro-life Congressman and a pregnancy resource center, in addition to working at the SFLA office.
She attended George Mason University in Virginia, where she joined the Students for Life club, becoming its president her sophomore year. She ultimately became an excellent example of the pro-life generation by establishing the school’s Pregnant on Campus Initiative. The program led to more resources for pregnant and parenting moms on campus, like nursing rooms, referrals to pregnancy resource centers at the health center, and closer parking to campus.
Lori joined Students for Life upon graduation where she served as the Virginias Regional Coordinator and worked full-time training and mobilizing local students from the tip of West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle to Virginia Beach. She now serves as the Director of Programs where she manages a team of three who work to bring all programmatic materials from idea to implementation on campuses across the country.
Staff Apologist, Catholic Answers
After his conversion to the Catholic faith, Trent Horn earned master’s degrees in the fields of theology, philosophy, and bioethics. He serves as a staff apologist for Catholic Answers, where he specializes in teaching Catholics to graciously and persuasively engage those who disagree with them.
Trent models that approach each week on the radio program Catholic Answers Live and on his own podcast, The Counsel of Trent. He has also been invited to debate at UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, and Stanford University.
Trent is an adjunct professor of apologetics at Holy Apostles College, has written for The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, and is the author of nine books, including Answering Atheism, The Case for Catholicism, and Why We’re Catholic: Our Reasons for Faith, Hope, and Love.