Stephanie is Faculty at Blackstone Legal Fellowship where she trains law students from around the world about conversing persuasively on abortion. She is author of A Physician’s Guide to Discussing Abortion and she regularly trains medical students in pro-life apologetics. In 2015, she will be releasing a new book called "Love Unleashes Life: Abortion & the Art of Communicating Truth." Stephanie 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.

When Stephanie come to the UK to speak at March for Life 2016 she will be giving a presentation on how to talk about our cultures toughest issue.

To find out more about Stephanie and her latest book check out her website


Ryan is the director of the Radiance Foundation. His biological mother was raped yet courageously chose to continue the pregnancy, giving him Life. He was adopted as a baby and grew up in a loving, multi-racial Christian family of 15. With siblings of varying ethnicities, he grew up with a great appreciation for diversity. Ten of the thirteen children were adopted in this remarkable family. His life defies the myth of the “unwanted” child as he was adopted, loved and has flourished.


When Ryan comes to the UK to speak at March for Life 2016 he will give his testimony and speak about how every human life has infinite value in his own unique style.

To find out more about the fantastic work that Ryan and the Radiance Foundation is up to check out their website


Bishop David Mcgough is an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Birmingham. He will be giving the opening welcome to the march on behalf of Archbishop Bernard Longley.

Bishop Emmanuel Ade Badejo

Bishop Badejo is from the Diocese of Oyo Nigeria. It is no secret that UK abortion providers are trying to penetrate Africa, Bishop Badejo is most concerned with what is happening and wishes to march with his brother bishops and priests to stand up for life and to say NO to the people who are pushing for a culture of death in Africa!     

Michelle Quigley


Michelle Quigley is the author of the pro-life novel "Hush Hush" It is a story about Molly, a normal sixteen-year-old working as a factory girl in Derry, Northern Ireland. One night her world is turned upside down, after experiencing a brutal attack, her life is never the same again.

Michelle will be selling her book at March for Life and will be available for book signing.

Hush Hush is an excellent novel that deals sensitively with rape and it's after effects.