MARIA MCCANN, PRESIDENT
Maria McCann is a 5th year student pursuing an Honours Specialization in English Literature with a Minor in French Studies. Her passion for equal rights for disabled persons led her to the pro-life movement, after she learned that abortion and euthanasia frequently target the disabled. She has since worked for a number of pro-life organizations, including the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform, and she is the co-founder of the local activism group London Against Abortion.
MARIAH CONNELL, VP EVENTS
Mariah is a 2nd year student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. After studying prenatal development and the science of when a human being comes into existence, she acknowledged that pre-born human beings are worthy of the same basic protections as born humans, including the right to life. Since then, Mariah has been passionate about defending the human rights of the most vulnerable human beings in society: the pre-born.
JAMES SCHADENBERG, VP FINANCE
RASHAD REHMAN, VP COMMUNICATIONS
Rashad is a 3rd year student pursuing an Honors Specialization in Philosophy with a Certificate in Practical German and Italian. Having intellectually pursued the question of abortion in the latter half of highschool, he was convinced that the pro-life position was the most consistent, philosophically and morally, stance on the abortion issue. Since then, he has enthusiastically joined Lifeline and has written on, and will continue to write on, the deeper meta-ethical foundations of bioethics.
CINDY CORRALES, OUTREACH COORDINATOR
Cindy Corrales is a 3rd year student pursuing an Honours Specialization in Environmental Geoscience for professional registration. Cindy got involved in the pro-life movement after realizing that abortion is legal in Canada and that one can get an abortion throughout the entire 9 months of pregnancy–for any reason, or for no reason at all. She became passionate about defending the pre-born and believes that human rights should be granted to human beings as soon as the human begins. Since then, she has been an active member of Lifeline and spent the summer of 2017 working for the Canadian Centre For Bioethical Reform.