Denise Mountenay , Founder & Director Silent No More - Canada
Densie is a captivating international speaker with an urgent, timely message. She is reaching out to thousands of people across Canada and around the world on choices that hurt. a registered non-profit society offering hope and healing to people affected by abortion and pregnancy loss. Denise brings education as well as awareness to the forefront on this vital issue so prevalent in our generation. She teaches on fetal development, and uses the latest research on the damage of abortion to women; including Cervical and Breast Cancers, subsequent pre-term births, sterility, depression, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, suicides etc.
She has led several teams to the United Nations, hosting workshops and speaking to UN Ambassadors during the Commission on the Status of Women in New York. Denise recently gave an Oral Statement to the UN Assembly during the Intl. Population & Development Conference sharing her testimony and informing UN delegates on the pain of legal abortion and that women in developing countries need real Maternal Health Care like birth attendants, clean water, access to emergency care and birthing kits, not abortion.
Her passionate message encourages and inspires to change hearts, minds and ultimately to bring value and honour to motherhood and all of humanity giving God the Glory.
Ayesha Kreutz and Peter Vazquez, Frederick Douglas Foundation New York
Ayesha Kreutz is the Founder and Former President of the Frederick Douglas Foundation - New York, headquartered in Rochester, NY.
Peter Vasquez is the current President of the Frederick Douglas Foundation - New York.
Chris Slattery, NYC Clinic Network Founder/CEO, Executive Roundtable Leader,
John Maxwell Leadership Trainer, Greater New York City Area
Chris pursued a dream to empower pregnant women and girls in need with real alternatives and launched Expectant Mother Care, the primary project of The Evergreen Association, Inc, in 1984. EMC was NYC's first crisis pregnancy center and is now also known as EMC FrontLine Pregnancy Centers. Chris also trains, coaches and develops leaders, and offers motivational speaking through the John Maxwell Team, and the Empowerment Mentoring Community.
To help more mothers Chris set up a large network of pregnancy help centers in NYC, the busiest in the NorthEast US. And he expanded his network of pregnancy help work by building a telephone referral network in Texas in San Antonio, and Austin, as well as in Washington, DC, Arlington VA, Baltimore, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Detroit and Miami.
For cutting edge education of needy moms, Chris pioneered the use of onsite ultrasound and pre-natal care in a crisis center in the mid 80s, and introduced 3D and 4D ultrasound in lifesaving work when the technology became available.
Chris launched the first Mobile Ultrasound Clinic, in a major US city, on the streets of the South Bronx, "Save the Storks" was inspired by Chris's work.
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John Virdone, Esq.
John Virdone, Esq. is a founding partner of The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. Prior to founding the firm, John was a senior associate at Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C. He has a multi-faceted background in complex civil litigation, business law, and family law. John is a recognized expert on complex custody matters and is the regular attorney lecturer for local chapters of national organizations representing grandparental rights.
John is Personhood New York Inc. Board Advisor.
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Gregory Mertz, Campaigns Director of CitizenGO in US
Dr. Archer is a Best Selling Author, Business Executive, NFL Consultant, Military Leadership Consultant, Corporate Leader- ship Trainer, Presidential Advisor, TV Pundit and he serves as an Envoy to Latin America, Africa, Europe and Korea. He is also the leader of a Global Human Rights Movement through- out Africa and Latin America. Dr. Archer was awarded the Martin Luther King Leadership Award for his work developing the hearts, hands and habits of third world leaders to trans- form their nations from chaos to collaboration. Ron Archer has cultivated an extensive following reaching more than 250,000 people a year through speaking engagements alone, and over a million through satellite simulcasts.
Born prematurely to a 16 year old single mother in the ghetto of Cleveland, Ohio, Archer was born with a severe learning disability and stuttering disor- der. His life was plagued by extreme poverty, ridicule, physical abuse and sexual abuse. Through his compelling life story you will clearly see a journey that led him from pain to power, from wounds to wisdom, and from failure to fortune. The Lord led him from the outhouse of life to the White House where he served as an advisor to several U.S. Presidents, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Foreign Prime Ministers and other World Leaders. When you listen to what he had to overcome to get where he is today, it will bring tears of joy to your heart and soul.
Dr. Archer is not your traditional keynote lecturer; he has been described by one Fortune 500 executive as a “life altering encounter and an emotional/intellectual experience where all of your faculties are fully charged.” He will educate, energize, entertain and empower you with his personal transparency.
Nick Loeb, Actor, Producer, Director
Nick Loeb is the co-producer and writer of the controversial “Roe v. Wade: The Movie”. The WaPo said in comments about the recently released rough draft of the trailer, “The film’s cast is a veritable who’s who of conservative Hollywood: Jon Voight stars as Chief Justice Warren Burger; Steve Guttenberg portrays Justice Lewis Powell; John Schneider is Justice Byron White; Jamie Kennedy plays abortion rights activist Larry Lader; and Stacey Dash takes on the role of Mildred Jefferson, the co-founder of the National Right to Life Committee. Loeb himself does double duty, directing and starring as Bernard Nathanson, a physician who was a co-founder of the National Abortion Rights Action League before becoming an activist in the antiabortion rights movement.”
The trailer, which was released at the March for Life will be shown at the Bringing America Back to Life - NY Conference
Nick Loeb began is career as a producer, director and actor at Universal Studios focused on M&A in corporate development and then in motion picture finance. He went on to work on his first feature film, Primary Colors directed by Mike Nichols and starring John Travolta. Mr. Loeb then began the International Production Company (IPC), producing The Smokers (2000) with executive producer Quincy Jones. IPC went on to partner with Barbara Streisand to produce the five episode award winning documentary, The Living Century (2001). Since then he has worked on several films over the last 20 years, with stars like Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Kathy Bates, Gerard Butler, Jon Voight, Tyson Beckford, Billy Zane and Sean Astin, among many others.
Message from the President of Personhood Education NY, Dawn Eskew
"We are so grateful to Molly Smith, President of Cleveland Right to Life, for offering her vision of 'Bringing America Back To Life' to us as a platform to educate New York State on those issues which promote the Culture of Life.