Wendy Wright is the Vice President for Government Relations and Communications for the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-FAM) in New York. Ms. Wright was named among "The 100 Most Powerful Women of Washington" in 2006 by Washingtonian magazine, and one of the "Top 10 People of 2010" by Inside the Vatican magazine. A veteran pro-life advocate, public speaker and former president of Concerned Women for America, she has met with heads of state, advised international and congressional leaders, testified in Congress and state legislatures and trained non-governmental organizations and advocates. Her activism influenced landmark rulings on freedom of speech in the U.S. Supreme Court and several U.S. state courts.
Ms. Wright has appeared, been quoted or published in every major news outlet, including FOXNews, CNN, PBS, BBC, NPR, The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, World magazine, Christianity Today, MSNBC, ABC, CBS and NBC.
Rigging the System: Unraveling the Scheme to Steer Funding and Power to Abortion Groups Through the United Nations
The Morning After Pill
CEDAW: A Global Tool for Mischief
Why The U.S. Has Not, and Should Not, Ratify CEDAW
CEDAW Committee Rulings
RU:486 Deadly Approval
Washington Times: United Nations’ abortion fine print
Groups secrete reproductive rights agenda into U.N. documents
Women Deliver a Ruse
UN Gets New Oversight
Honduras Tears Down a Berlin Wall
Grant This Woman Asylum
Abortionists: Human Traffickers' Best Ally
Obama Aide: Not Our Goal To Reduce Abortions
Blago's Morning-After Pill Tyranny Goes Down After Him
Obama's Supreme Problem
A Solution to the Notre Dame -Obama Conflict
Fox News: New Abortion Pill, Ella
O'Reilly Factor: Is a New Safe Sex Ad Aimed at Teens Too Hot for Television?
PBS Lehr NewsHour: Debate on FDA approval of the Morning-After Pill
MSNBC Chris Matthews: Debate on Ruling on California's Prop 8 Marriage Amendment
CNN: Should Morning-After Pill Be Available to Children
CNN: Debate on Letterman's Crude Jokes Against Sarah Palin's Daughter
PBS: Judge Interferes with Parents, Orders Morning-After Pill for Teens
FOX and Friends: The Problems with Making Morning-After Pill Easy to Get
RT: Debating Stem Cells
BBC: Debate on Funding Embryonic Stem Cell Research
CNN: Same-Sex Marriage
MSNBC: Should Legislators Ignore Social Issues?
RT: Is MTV's 'Skins' Child Porn
United Nations: Human Sexuality, Marriage and Family from a Woman’s Perspective
Ohio: "Heartbeat Bill"
Kansas: Hearing on Enforcement of Late-Term Abortion Laws
Testimony for the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law on CEDAW