The Pro-Life Future (PLF) Campaign is a first-of-its-kind, multi-faceted approach to solving the issue of abortion. We know that abortion is a complicated issue that involves many social sub-issues. So, instead of a national campaign that focuses on a singular sub-issue, the team at Students for Life of America is seeking community partners to launch campaigns in Omaha to target every sub-issue in order to eradicate abortion in your city.
Our goal is to directly reduce the abortion rate by increasing awareness of non-violent abortion alternatives, decreasing support of the abortion industry, and changing hearts and minds about abortion in Omaha.
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Our Team on the Ground
Jaylem Durousseau grew up in Aurora, Colorado and graduated from Regis University after studying Politics and History.
Jaylem first learned about abortion after seeing a video message encouraging people to vote pro-life at his church. In 2015, after attending his first March for Life and Students for Life National Conference, he found his calling in the pro-life movement that led him to Students for Life.
Jaylem has been heavily involved with Students for Life since 2015.
Jaylem currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska and serves the Pro-Life Generation as Students for Life's Midwest Regional Coordinator as well as the Director of the Invictus Men’s Fellowship.
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Mary Briganti is from Omaha, Nebraska and graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication and a minor in Nonprofit Management.
She became passionately pro-life her freshman year in college when she revived Mavericks Students for Life on her campus.
Mary’s involvement with SFLA started in 2015 with the revival of her campus's Students for Life group and carried throughout her college career.
Mary’s area of emphasis in college was Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Management, which has helped her in her role of increasing and improving student materials and conversations on campus.
Mary currently resides in Fredericksburg Virginia and serves the Pro-Life Generation as Director of Programs.