Human Dignity Demonstrated: Enabling the Choice for Life

Join EXPECT and ProLife Future on Saturday, September 30, from 3pm-5pm at Fordham Universtity for an interactive and engaging panel discussion. The panel will be moderated by Thomas Emala Esq., ProLife Future.  Click here to RSVP

Location: 12th Floor Lounge, Leon Lowenstein Building, Fordham University, Lincoln Center, 113 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023

MEET THE PANELISTS

    Aimee Murphy is the Executive Director and founder of Rehumanize International, the leading Consistent Life Ethic magazine, dedicated to bringing an end to all aggressive violence against human beings through education, discourse, and action. She was the recipient of the Susan B. Anthony Young Leader Award in 2014. Through her work with Rehumanize International, Aimee is reaching people all over the globe with the Consistent Life Ethic message.

     Nadja Wolfe is the Director of Advocacy at the World Youth Alliance. She is the representative at the United Nations, overseeing policy efforts and collaborations with other countries and NGOs that protect the family unit. She is also a consultant for FEMM, a fertility education and management program.  Nadja graduated from Washington & Lee University and William & Mary Law School. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts.

    John Hinshaw is the Director of Operations at Good Counsel Homes. GCH provides residential care and community-based services for homeless women who are pregnant, new mothers and their young children. Since 1985, the homes have grown to six locations, including Bronx County, New Jersey, and Alabama.

    Alexis Carra does advocacy for the Public Policy Office of the Archdiocese of New York on issues including abortion, human trafficking, assisted suicide, immigration reform, and gender ideology. She focuses on education and activism. Alexis works with state representatives to advance pro-life legislation, helps draft legal documents, and hosts events for empowering Christians to put their faith in action.