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Josh Brahm, Director of Education, Right to Life of Central California
Josh contends that the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas if properly understood and properly articulated by gracious ambassadors for Christ. He has publicly debated leaders from the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL), Planned Parenthood, and other leading pro-abortion groups. A gifted speaker, Josh speaks to groups across the country, as well as occasional international speaking tours. By hosting RLCC’s weekly radio show “Life Report,” he brings the pro-life message to hundreds of thousands around the world in a culturally relevant and powerful way. His articles are regularly published by the two most popular pro-life blogs in the country. Veteran prolife writer and debater Scott Klusendorf calls Josh “one of the most talented young pro-life apologists I know.”
Josh married Hannah, the love of his life, in February 2006. They have three boys, Noah, William and Eli.
Gabi Vehrs: Outreach Intern, Right to Life of Central California
Gabi began volunteering with Right to Life of Central California in 2010. After several semesters of serving as an RLCC student trainer, she began working as RLCC’s Outreach Intern in March 2012. For the past two school years she has also served as the president of the Students for Life club at Fresno City College.
Gabi is passionate about the pro-life cause and is dedicated to helping high school and college students develop pro-life speaking skills and outreach opportunities. She helps coordinate training and outreach in the Central Valley, and throughout California. She is a certified Justice for All mentor and speaker.
Gabi is hoping to transfer to Fresno State University next fall to complete her degree in Philosophy. She is the second oldest of seven children, and spends her free time coaching high school students in Lincoln Douglas Values debate.
Grace Nemy: Creative Director, Right to Life of Central California
Grace connected with the Tulare-Kings Right to Life as a student at College of the Sequoias in the fall of 2005. Grace began volunteering for Right to Life of Central California (RLCC) in the winter of 2009 during the Christmas Auction Gala and was hired shortly after as RLCC’s Creative Media Intern. Now as Creative Media Director, Grace’s responsibilities include producing and editing RLCC’s TV/Radio show Life Report and designing the print materials used to advertise RLCC’s mission to engage, equip and embrace the community.
Grace is completing the final year of her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design degree at Fresno State. In June 2012, she married the love of her life, Andrew Nemy. Grace and Andrew are enjoying married life by serving their church in music and children’s ministry as well as spending time with their families in Sacramento and Hanford.
Megan Almon: Presenter, Life Training Institute
Megan, a former University of Georgia Gymdog, was a part of the 2002 SEC Championship team. After graduating in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism, Megan spent three years as a reporter for the local daily newspaper in Newnan, Ga. She won awards for feature and news writing, and lifestyle and education coverage.
In 2008 she left her career in journalism and put her communication skills to use for the Kingdom. In 2011 Megan was awarded a master of arts degree in Christian apologetics from Biola University. In addition to working with LTI, Megan also oversees “Answers,” a monthly public forum and presentation held by Four Corners Church of Newnan that addresses topics of an apologetic nature. She also has experience working with youth organizations, campus outreach, and women’s groups.
Megan and her husband, Tripp, a former gymnast himself, have been married since 2003 and have one daughter who already shares her parents’ love for acrobatics. Megan enjoys time with her family and remains involved in the sport she loves by coaching alongside Tripp a few hours each week, and is still known to practice handstands in her living room.
Jonathan began his involvement in pro-life ministry in 1997 while living in Sacramento. He started working with RLCC in 2002 and moved to Fresno in January 2003 to serve as Youth Outreach coordinator. From 2003-2006, Jonathan spoke to groups across the Central Valley and helped develop pro-life youth groups in Sacramento, Fresno, Visalia, & San Jose. He was promoted to Executive Director of RLCC in January 2008.
Jonathan has a special passion for marketing and organizational development within the pro-life movement. He especially wants to help Right to Life grow their volunteer and community support base and build a positive public image in our local community.
Jonathan graduated from Fresno Pacific University in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership. He and his lovely wife Julia have been married since May 2007 and both enjoy spending time with their families in Fresno and Tulare counties. He turned 30 in November 2012.
Trent Horn holds a Master’s degree in Theology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville and is currently an apologist and speaker for Catholic Answers.
He previously served as a training specialist with Justice for All (JFA), a pro-life organization whose mission is to “train thousands, to make abortion unthinkable for millions, one person at a time.” He specializes in training pro-lifers to intelligently and compassionately engage pro-choice advocates in genuine dialogue. He is also the creator of the documentary Abortion: Inside the Choice, which is available from Arizona Right to Life.
Steve Wagner is the Director of Training at Justice For All. He has spent hundreds of hours interacting with abortion choice advocates on 30 university campuses in the United States and Canada including the University of California (San Diego and Los Angeles), the University of Colorado at Boulder, the University of Missouri at Columbia, the University of North Texas, Texas A & M University, and Metropolitan State College of Denver. Frustrated by shallow stereotypes and disrespectful activism, he passionately works to build common ground in the seemingly endless abortion debate and make a reasonable and clear case for the pro-life position. He has debated professors at the University of Toronto and California State University and regularly trains students at Focus on the Family Institute. He’s the author of Common Ground Without Compromise: 25 Questions to Create Dialogue on Abortion and he’s contributed to the upcoming Youth Apologetics Study Bible and another book entitled Apologetics for a New Generation. A native Californian, Steve resides with his wife Rebeccah, their two children in Wichita, Kansas.
Liz Goddard: Mediator, Better Business Bureau Fresno
Elizabeth Goddard is a Communication student at California State University, Fresno. She has been politically active since her early teens, especially in the pro-life arena. Liz’s first pro-life experiences began through her local pro-life youth group while she pursued her paralegal degree at the College of Sequoias. Those activities shaped Liz’s dedication to the pro-life movement and she committed to use her skills to further the message of life until we convey equal rights and value to all human beings, both born and unborn. As a long-term volunteer she now enjoys working with Right to Life of Central California to bring the message of life to college students in her community through presentations and educational displays in local forums. She is the president and founder of Fresno State Students for Life and keeps her group active on campus through educational events, weekly meetings, and conversing regularly with students on campus. Liz has a passion for public speaking and debate, a passion that she hopes to continually use to rouse the youth (and adults) of our nation out of apathy and into knowledgeable and productive discussion of important issues.
In July 2010, Liz married Right to Life’s Director of Outreach Kyle. Liz and Kyle live in Fresno and actively work to change minds and save the lives of unborn children.