Lisa Correnti

Lisa joined C-Fam in 2010 and now works as the organizations Executive Vice President dividing her time in both the Washington DC and New York offices.

She is passionate about helping women and children around the world. Her areas of focus are international development, global health, protecting and advancing the rights of women and girls and those with intellectual disabilities. She monitors and advises on bilateral and multilateral policy assuring firstmost that the dignity of the human person is always respected.

Lisa served on the United States delegation for the 2017 Commission on the Status of Women as a public delegate.

Prior to joining C-Fam, Lisa worked to promote policy that respects 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.

Lisa is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University. She and her husband Mark have seven adult children and nine grandchildren. They live on Maryland’s eastern shore.

Democrat Lawmakers and Abortion Advocates Pressure Biden to Fund Overseas Abortions

Prior to the Congressional August recess, Democrat lawmakers and abortion advocates joined in an effort to pressure the Biden administration to gut a 50-year-old law that prevents American tax money from funding abortions around the globe.

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U.S. House Tries to Codify Roe v. Wade Again, Bill Heads to the Senate

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) today, legislation that cites the non-binding opinions of UN human rights treaty monitoring bodies that abortion be “accessible” and “affordable” and condemning restrictions and barriers to abortion.

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U.S. Lawmakers Condemn New WHO Abortion Guidelines

In a bi-cameral letter released on the eve of the World Health Assembly, U.S. Congressmen have condemned the World Health Organization’s abortion guidelines as “extreme” and “reckless.”

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Biden State Department Reinstates Abortion in Annual Human Rights Report

On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of State released its annual country report on human rights practices 2021.  The pro-abortion Center for Reproductive Rights welcomed the 2021 report, saying it demonstrates U.S. “commitment to upholding sexual and reproductive rights as human rights.”

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Biden Significantly Boosts Funding to UN Agency Complicit in Human Rights Abuses

The newly released White House budget for 2023 requests $56 million for the UN Population Fund (UNFPA)and calls for removing stipulations preventing the powerful UN agency from funding programs in China.

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Republicans Block Biden’s Legal Nominee over Abortion Extremism

Senate Republicans unanimously blocked the confirmation of Sarah Cleveland, President Biden’s nominee for Legal Advisor at the Department of State over her position that UN committees trump domestic law over abortion. Cleveland takes the position that abortion is a global human right.

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Senate Democrats Fail to Codify Roe v. Wade

Democrat efforts to enshrine abortion-on-demand into U.S. law failed on Monday. Republican Senators accused Democrats of grandstanding for their base while a humanitarian crisis unfolds in Ukraine.

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U.S. Senate Considers Abortion-On-Demand Bill

For the first time ever, the U.S. will vote on a bill to enshrine abortion-on-demand in federal law. The bill would also declare abortion an international right. Though it is not likely to pass, it is being forced by Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) as a sop to the abortion lobby.

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U.S. House Democrats Adopt Bill to Prosecute Foreign Opponents of LGBT Agenda

“Is a parent who rejects her minor child’s wish for a sex change operation complicit in cruelty?”

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Longtime Abortion Advocate Appointed to Lead UNICEF

UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced the appointment of longtime Biden advisor Catherine Russell to lead the UNICEF. Russell’s support for abortion and gender policy aligns with the controversial issues being promoted by UNICEF to children around the world.

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