Webinar: The Trump Administration’s Pro-Woman, Pro-Life Foreign Policy Legacy

On Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 11 AM - 12 PM ET

This webinar will provide a retrospective look at historic pro-life advances in U.S. global women’s issues programs under the Trump administration through the eyes of those who worked to implement President Trump’s pro-life, pro-woman foreign policy. 



Lisa Correnti, Executive Vice President, C-Fam



Alma Crumm Golden, MD, is currently the Assistant Administrator for USAID’s Bureau for Global Health. A pediatrician by training, Dr. Golden has worked in private pediatrics, indigent health services, academic medicine, public health, healthcare administration and health policy. A graduate of the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), Dr. Golden later became the director of pediatric services for UTMB’s Maternal and Child Health Program, establishing and managing 16 clinics in south and east Texas serving unfunded, Title V and Medicaid children and families. During her career, Dr. Golden has served as faculty at both the University of Texas Medical Branch and Texas A&M Health Science Center. She also served as a Presidential Appointee from 2002 to 2006 as Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Population Affairs in HHS, which included Family Planning, Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Embryo Adoption and Abstinence Education Prior to her current role, Dr. Golden also served as the Executive Director of USAID’s Global Development Lab and Senior Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Bureau for Global Health.


Katie Gorka is the Director for Civil Society and the American Dialogue at the Heritage Foundation’s Edwin J. Feulner Institute. From 2009 to 2014 she served as the executive director of the Westminster Institute, a think tank addressing threats posed by extremist ideologies. She was President of Threat Knowledge Group from 2014 to 2017, providing training and expertise on irregular warfare and terrorism to the FBI, US Army Special Forces, Marine Corps, and law enforcement.  From 2017 to 2019, Katie served as senior advisor in the Office of Policy at the Department of Homeland Security, where she focused on prevention of terrorism and targeted violence, and she worked on the Trump administration’s Women, Peace and Security Strategy. She is also a member of the American Council on Women, Peace and Security (www.wpscouncil.org).