Richard Crum is co-chairman of the SFLA Board and an experienced financial services executive. Richard has been a member of the Board since 2017. He has also been involved with numerous educational and religious non-profits. He and his wife have eight children and two grandchildren and reside in Virginia. Richard Crum is an independent voting member.
Kristan Hawkins is a Christian, wife, mother, grassroots activist, author, speaker, podcast host, and human rights advocate. President of Students for Life of America and Students for Life Action, she was recruited in 2006 to launch Students for Life of America’s full-time operation. Since then, she has built up a small organization made up of a few dozen student groups scattered around the country to a coordinated national team that serves 1,200+ Students for Life chapters in all fifty states and has trained over 100,000 young people.
Paul Horrocks is an entrepreneur and host of the Biblical Courage podcast. He’s also the author of Tough Guys of the Bible. Paul has been a church elder, men’s group leader, and a director on several boards of nonprofit organizations dedicated to promoting mercy, justice, and Biblical values. Paul Horrocks is an independent voting member.
Shaun Kenney is a vice president for American Life League and a former executive director of the Republican Party of Virginia. Kenney has formerly worked with the US Drug Enforcement Administration and the US Department of Defense. Kenney received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and is presently a graduate student in philosophy at the Catholic University of America. Shaun Kenney is an independent voting member.
Leonard Leo is co-chairman of the SFLA Board and the former Executive Vice President of the Federalist Society, one of America’s most influential legal organizations that seeks a realignment of our legal system with an originalist take on the Constitution. He has also served as a delegate to the U.N. Council on Human Rights, among many other accomplishments. Leonard Leo is an independent voting member.
Greg Mueller is a conservative strategist who has worked on three presidential campaigns. He is the president of Creative Response Concepts, a down-to-earth communications outfit for conservative causes such as the Christian Coalition and Human Events magazine.
Brendan O’Morchoe is the former Vice President of Strategy for Students for Life of America and worked for Students for Life for more than six years before joining the Students for Life Action board as the organization’s treasurer. He lives in the St. Paul, Minnesota area with his wife and son. Brendan O’Morchoe is an independent voting member.
Raymond Ruddy is a retired businessman and founder of the Gerard Health Foundation, named for the patron saint of pregnant women. He is a philanthropic donor to life-saving causes such as efforts to end AIDS/HIV, abstinence education, and pro-life efforts. Ray Ruddy is an independent voting member.
Governor Scott Walker
Governor Scott Walker was raised with a heart for public service, patriotism, and hard work. In June 1993, Scott was elected to the state assembly, where he helped lead the way on welfare reform, public safety, and educational opportunities. In 2002, he was elected to the Milwaukee County executive office.
In 2008, he won re-election with nearly 60 percent of the vote. On November 2, 2010, Scott was elected the 45th Governor of Wisconsin. He serves on the boards of Students for Life Action, American Federation for Children, and the Center for State-led National Debt Solutions. Scott and his wife, Tonette, have two adult sons. Scott Walker is an independent voting member.
Danielle Huntley Webb
Danielle Huntley Webb, Esq. is an immigration attorney representing individual and corporate clients from around the world. Her involvement with SFLA began as a student at Boston College. She witnessed the transformation of the organization from American Collegians for Life (ACL) to Students for Life of America when she served as the ACL and, then, SFLA student president. She serves on numerous non-profit boards and lives in New Hampshire with her husband. Danielle Huntley Webb is an independent voting member.