Victoria Robinson

Victoria Robinson is Director of External Relations
 A non-profit specialist, public speaker, author, pro-life advocate, television personality, and former radio host, she is best known for “Real Talk with Victoria” and “The Mike and Victoria Show”. Her book, “They Lied to Us” is a compilation of stories from women who had an abortion.

Victoria has been speaking at women’s events, youth conferences, and churches for almost two decades. With a no-holds-barred approach and genuine personality, her messages are not only timely but humorous, thought-provoking and powerful. Victoria has been working with Pregnancy Resource Centers for over twenty years, even serving as an Executive Director at three separate locations throughout her career. She frequently shares her own testimony at PRC fundraising events and banquets, where she delivers a powerful message that challenges the listeners while motivating them for the cause. Victoria is a mother to her four daughters, mother-in-law to three sons-in-law and “Mimi” to four grandchildren.

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Jeff Gilbert

Jeff Gilbert is the former drummer for the band Kutless. After leaving Kutless, Jeff began The ES Collective, an organization structured to walk alongside their partners and help them understand the work they want to support. Jeff is a husband and father who inspires believers to live their faith actively.

Matt Hammitt

Matt Hammitt is an American singer, songwriter, speaker and author. For almost twenty years, Matt has been the lead singer for the band Sanctus Real. Matt and his wife, Sarah, have recently launched LEAD ME LIVE Events, organizing one day conferences focused on men and marriage ministry. Matt is also the host and producer of the “Lead Me Lifecast,” an audio podcast about faith, family, marriage and manhood.

Ashley Noelle

Over the past decade, Ashley Noelle has been a Conference Director, Writer, and Ministry Leader while raising three daughters as a police officer’s wife. She’s a southern girl living in California with a Saturday night personality and Sunday morning heart. Whether it’s gathering for supper club, working full-time, raising children, homeschooling, or standing on stage speaking life into others, she believes all women have a unique passion, platform, and purpose. Ashley is fiercely passionate about encouraging women to find their voice and walk in freedom. Connect with her on Instagram!

Matt Maher

Matt Maher has become one of the most popular and critically­-acclaimed Catholic artists in the country. Matt continues to provide the Church with art that expresses God’s greatness and singable songs that give voice to our desire to be in relationship with the Lord. He currently lives in Nashville with his wife and their two children.

Joe Baker

Joe Baker is the co-founder and CEO of Save the Storks. He and his wife, Ann, founded Save the Storks in 2011 and began touring the country with the vision to partner with Pregnancy Resource Centers and help them acquire mobile medical units (Stork Buses) in every major city. The first paid employee was hired in 2013 – the year after the first Stork Bus landed in Dallas, TX. As of July 2016, there are 30 employees at Save the Storks, 21 Stork Buses on the road, and another 20 in various stages of production.

Save the Storks is growing at an unprecedented rate, and Joe is launching new initiatives that will continue to serve pregnancy centers and help them reach more abortion vulnerable women.

Joe is passionate about the pro-life movement and enjoys speaking on the impact pregnancy centers are having in their communities, how innovation is changing the movement, entrepreneurship, and how to respond to current issues with love and compassion.

Paul Issacs

As a pastor, athletic team chaplain, coach, and mentor, Paul Isaacs speaks to thousands of people every year about what it means to advance the Gospel and the Kingdom of God through the social issues Americans find themselves responding to. Whether it’s the sanctity of human life, sexual purity, Biblical manhood, evangelism, or discipleship, Paul seeks to embody the things he speaks passionately about first and foremost. Make no mistake: Paul is a practitioner, not a theoretician. In his speaking, Paul draws from his own experiences, his terminal illness as a young man, his journey with God, his passion for history, his love for poetry, real life stories, humor, and his ministry background to weave an experience that not only leads crowds to laughter and tears, but draws individuals to repentance and action.
As President of Save the Storks, Paul Isaacs leads his team to seek justice by using a posture of love, compassion, and brokenness to reach young women with the Gospel and save children from abortion. This growing movement that Save the Storks is helping to lead is fueling the next generation to embody the Gospel as Christians hunger and thirst for justice.