A disproportionate number of developing babies with a disability are not given a fighting chance to live; 9 out of 10 pre-born babies with a serious disability are aborted. This is a tragedy. While it is true that having a disability is not easy, and caring for those with disabilities comes with challenges, studies show that having a disabled person in the family actually [Read more…] about Respecting Life: Caring for People with Disabilities
Andrea DeLee joined March for Life in June of 2018 as Director of Operations and serves as leader of the daily activities of the organization.
Passionate about understanding the human person and building a culture of life, Andrea studied at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family at Catholic University earning a Masters in Theological Studies. Prior to her graduate studies, Andrea earned a B.A. in Medical Humanities writing her senior thesis on the impact of viewing ultrasound images in the abortion decision making process.
After graduate school, while teaching at Saint Jerome Academy, Andrea completed certifications in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and a Montessori Diploma. After a few years in the classroom, Andrea served as Director of the Montessori Department.
Presently, Andrea lives in Arlington, Virginia and reads the classics, watches good films, and attends plays whenever time permits. Andrea also enjoys being outdoors, singing, playing piano, and traveling.