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Stephanie Gray

Stephanie is a seasoned and international presenter who began speaking in 1999 at the age of 18 and who co-founded her national organization (which has grown to almost 20 staff) at the age of 20.  She has given pro-life presentations across North America as well as in the United Kingdom, Latvia, and Costa Rica.  She has spoken at many post-secondary institutions such as the University of Toronto, York University, University of Calgary, Johns Hopkins University, George Washington University, and the University of Sussex in England. 

Stephanie has debated abortion advocates such as physicians who do abortions, which includes debating late-term abortionist Dr. Fraser Fellows in front of medical students at the University of Western Ontario’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.  She has also debated Ron Fitzsimmons, executive director of the National Coalition of Abortion Providers, Dr. Jan Narveson, Philosophy professor and recipient of the Order of Canada, and Elizabeth Cavendish, legal director for NARAL Pro-Choice America.  Stephanie’s audiences are vast, including high schools, churches of various denominations, seminaries, and pro-life organizations.

One presentation attendee described Stephanie’s talk as,

"interesting, convincing, moving, [and] excellent..."  

Another said,

"I came in choice, I'm leaving life." 

Stephanie has had countless media interviews, which include being a guest on CTV News, CBC News, Global News, SUN News, Catholic Answers Radio, 100 Huntley Street’s Listen Up, and the Miracle Channel’s Insight.  She has been interviewed by ABC-, NBC-, FOX-, and CBS-affiliated television news programs throughout the Midwest of the United States.

Stephanie is Faculty at the Blackstone Legal Fellowship and is author of A Physician’s Guide to Discussing Abortion.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UBC in Vancouver, and a Certification, with Distinction, in Health Care Ethics, from the NCBC in Philadelphia.  Stephanie resides in Toronto, Ontario, where she is co-founder and executive director of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform.

Click here to read Stephanie's curriculum vitae.