The keynote address is at the heart of the Conference’s mission to educate our audience on the importance of respect for all human life and to encourage meaningful, informed discussion.
We are excited to announce that the 2018 Conference Keynote speaker will be Lila Rose.
Lila Rose is the founder and president of Live Action, a human rights organization dedicated to ending abortion and inspiring a culture that respects and protects life. Lila founded Live Action when she was 15 years old.
Live Action is a nonprofit working to spread the truth about abortion and counter the deliberate misinformation campaign of the multi-billion dollar abortion industry and lobby. The organization changes hearts and minds about abortion and promotes respect for human dignity through national media campaigns, investigative reporting, and targeted youth education programs.
Since Lila’s first undercover investigation in 2007, Live Action has grown to become one of the leading national pro-life organizations in America. It conducts never-before-seen, hard-hitting undercover investigations of the abortion industry that garner national headlines; it publishes one of the most widely read and often-cited pro-life news sites, Live Action News; and it hosts the largest social media platform in the pro-life movement — one that reaches millions of people each month with compelling pro-life content.
Lila leads national undercover investigations of the abortion industry, exposing sex-selection abortion, the cover-up of sexual abuse and sex trafficking, medical misinformation, infanticide, racism, and other lawbreaking and abuses.
Lila’s media appearances include CNN, ABC’s Nightline, Fox News’ The Factor, The Sean Hannity Show, Dr. Drew, and many other national television and radio programs. Her work has been featured on most major news outlets, including CBS, ABC, the Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post. Lila has also written for USA Today, First Things, Breitbart, Politico, and others.
Lila has been named among Red Alert’s “30 under 30,” National Journal’s “25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35,” and Christianity Today’s “33 under Thirty-Three.” She serves on the board of the Queen of Angels Charitable Trust Foundation. She is also an international public speaker on family and culture issues.