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Speakers

Keynote Speaker

Alison Howard Centofante, Live Action

Alison is the Director of External Affairs at Live Action, a national pro-life nonprofit focused on changing minds on abortion through creative digital media. With the largest and most engaged following in the pro-life movement of over 4 million followers and over 840 million lifetime video views, Live Action educates millions of people every day about the greatest human rights abuse of our time: abortion. Alison works alongside her team to reveal the true humanity of the preborn child and build a culture that values every human life. As Director of External Affairs, Alison coordinates media, coalitions, live events, Live Action's Ambassador Program, and travels sharing Live Action's mission. Alison previously served at Alliance Defending Freedom and Concerned Women for America. Her work has been featured on Fox News, ABC, NPR, CBN, and other media outlets. Her work has been published in National Review Online, World Magazine, The Federalist, and The Blaze. Alison was named to Red Alert Politics “30 under 30” list and Christianity Today’s Reader’s Choice “33 under 33.

Other Speakers and Performers

Matt Britton

40 Days for Life, Board Chair and General Counsel

Rally Speaker

Matt serves as the chairman of the board and general counsel for 40 Days for Life. He has had an expansive legal career including four terms as an elected prosecutor; a county attorney; counsel to many not-for-profits and U.S. companies operating around the world; a major law firm litigator; and general counsel. Matt has written and spoken countless times on a wide range of legal and pro-life issues in locations across the United States as well as England, Japan, Colombia, Mexico, Korea, Singapore, Brazil, China, and locations across the European Union.

Most importantly, Matt is married to Libby Britton, and they have eight beautiful children and three grandchildren.

Most Reverend William E. Lori

Archbishop of Baltimore

Celebrant and Homilist for the Mass

On March 20, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Bishop William E. Lori of the Diocese of Bridgeport, Connecticut, the 16th Archbishop of Baltimore. Archbishop Lori succeeds Edwin Cardinal O’Brien, who was named Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem on August 29, 2011. Archbishop Lori was installed as Archbishop of Baltimore May 16, 2012 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.

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