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 programs that advance and protect 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. 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.

Secretary of State Tillerson Defends Trump’s Pro-Life Actions in State Department Budget Hearings

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson defended President Donald J. Trump’s pro-life policies during four separate Congressional hearings this week on the president’s proposed budget.

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Trump Expands Mexico City Policy, Abortion Groups Keep Some Funding

The Trump administration announced additional restrictions on abortion funding in foreign aid this week, in effect neutralizing U.S. complicity in the proliferation of global abortion.

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Pro-abortion U.S. Senators to Trump: Pro-life policies are attack on women

Access to abortion has nothing to do with promoting women’s health yet U.S. lawmakers who support abortion rights and the funding of abortion groups with U.S. taxpayor money continue to…

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Trump Budget to Cut Gender Office that Falls Outside Mexico City Policy Protection

The Trump administration’s budget will reportedly put on the chopping block a controversial gender rights office created by the Obama administration.

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U.S. Lawmakers Seek to End Impunity for Online Sale of Children

A bipartisan bill introduced last week by U.S. lawmakers seeks to end impunity for website owners who knowingly facilitate online sale of children for sex.

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UN Scientists Push Environmental Agenda in Sustainable Development Goals Despite Fears of Leaving Poor Behind

Last week UN scientists responded to complaints that environmental protection overtakes global efforts to help the poor by promising an even greater environmental focus.

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Obama Policy Undermines Women in Women’s Policy

An Obama-era executive order on helping women in conflict settings mutated into a vast set of mandates including abortion, homosexual rights, and environmentalism in U.S. defense and diplomatic policy and programs.

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Trump’s Overseas Abortion Restrictions will Protect Women and Pro-Life Laws

On his first full day in office, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that blocks international global health groups from receiving millions in US taxpayer dollars if they promote or perform abortion.

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Democrats Desperate to Preserve Obama Legacy on Abortion 

Pink-clad feminists ready to disrupt a second day of Senate confirmation hearings were ejected before Rex Tillerson’s testimony began.

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UN’s New Top Bureaucrat Raises Hopes

The United Nations swore in its ninth Secretary General on Monday, former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres, raising cautious optimism from pro-life and pro-family groups after 10 years of activism under Guterres’ predecessor Ban Ki-moon.

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