Lisa Correnti

Lisa Correnti

Lisa joined C-Fam in 2011 and now works as the organizations Executive Vice President dividing her time in both the Washington DC and New York offices.

Lisa works closely with diplomats from developing countries to assure policy negotiated at the UN promotes development assistance programs that will help vulnerable women and children. She served on the U.S. delegation for the 2017 Commission on the Status of Women as a public delegate.

Prior to joining C-Fam, Lisa focused her efforts on promoting policy that safeguards parental authority and protects women from the harm of abortion engaging in political activism at both the state and national level.  Lisa was the regional director for a parental notification bill in California, campaign manager for a pro-life congressional candidate, director of the Catholic Working Group, a Catholic outreach effort at the 2008 GOP convention, California Catholic state co-chair for McCain/Palin and national Catholic coalition leader for Bush/Cheney ’04.

Lisa founded, a Catholic faith and politics blog that encouraged engagement in the public square by educating on the social teachings of the Church. Voting analysis and commentaries on Catholic members of Congress voting records were often published at Catholic and pro-life media sites.

Lisa is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University. She and her husband Mark have seven adult children and eight grandchildren.

Deep State Fights Trump’s Pro-Life Foreign Policy

Career employees of the State Department are fiercely resisting attempts of Trump administration officials to close loopholes in the President’s revamped and expanded Mexico City Policy.

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Tanzania President Suspends U.S. Family Planning Advertising

Last week the Tanzanian government suspended family planning advertisements funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) while the program is reviewed for its population control motives.

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U.S. Redlines Humanitarian Abortion at UN

A disagreement over abortion between the Trump administration and European governments has set the stage for a showdown in the UN General Assembly this fall.

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Lawmakers Fight for Funding for Overseas Abortion Groups

Two pro-abortion Republican lawmakers and their Democrat colleagues used the foreign operations funding bill to obstruct various Trump administration pro-life advances.

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Dems Push USAID Administrator to Recoup Funds for International Abortion Groups

WASHINGTON DC, May 4 (C-Fam) Abortion proponents in the U.S. Congress, who were rattled by the Trump administration’s pro-life stand at recent UN negotiations, grilled the top U.S. aid administrator…

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Despite Big Tech Resistance U.S. House Passes Bill to Allow Prosecution of Trafficking Websites

An ever-growing outcry from lawmakers, civil society, survivors and activists prompted the passing of an anti-trafficking bill on Tuesday in the House of Representatives ending impunity for websites that participate in sexually exploiting women and girls.

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State Department Finds Overwhelming Acceptance of U.S. Abortion Funding Restrictions

A State Department report released yesterday found wide acceptance of the expanded Mexico City Policy which blocks funding for foreign groups performing or promoting abortion overseas.

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State Dept Report Finds Wide Acceptance of Expanded Mexico City Policy

The State Department released a report yesterday showing overwhelming acceptance by US grant awardees delivering healthcare to vulnerable populations. C-Fam Friday Fax will have further analysis today. The report can…

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Senators, Foundations, Columbia University Team Up Against Trump Pro-life Protections

Last week four U.S. Senators and Columbia University joined the movement to derail President Trump’s overseas pro-life protections.

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Under Pressure, Tech Giants Drop Opposition to Anti-Trafficking Bill 

A bill to protect minor girls from sex traffickers who sell them online is a step closer to becoming law after Google and other giant tech companies reversed course this week and dropped opposition.

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