Pro-Life San Francisco is a millennial focused non-profit human rights organization for pro-life people from across the political spectrum. We are dedicated to creating a culture of peace where the pre-born members of our human family are protected from the violent and lethal discrimination of abortion. We aim to achieve this through the following actions:
Increase community awareness through online and in-person engagement, lectures, debates, public appearances, demonstrations, protests, and other creative educational efforts that uphold our commitment to the values of equality, non-violence, and nondiscrimination.
Assist those facing pregnancy decisions by connecting them with the resources they need to to thrive, such as: prenatal care, financial assistance, job placement, childcare, information regarding their title IX rights, and accessing nonviolent reproductive healthcare options.
Founder & Executive Director
Terrisa is an atheist, feminist, vegan, Democrat, and a consistent life activist. She is also a co-leader of Secular Pro-Life and serves on the board of Rehumanize International. Terrisa graduated at the top of her class from Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts and has over 15 years experience in business and team management with several fortune 500 companies. She is an active mentor for the Students for Life Wilberforce Fellowship and speaks to pro-life groups throughout California on secular and millennial outreach. Her efforts have been featured in major media outlets such as NBC News Now, the Huffington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, NPR, Slate, Refinery29, Daily Signal, and the Christian Post. She resides in the Tenderloin with her two cats.
Robert is a San Francisco native, raised in the Richmond District, and a current student at City College of San Francisco. He has volunteered for SF Alpha Pregnancy Center and is a fixture in the online pro-life community. Robert creates quality media content for pro-life groups around the country. He received an honorable mention in the 2018 Encounter Youniverse art competition for his iconic digital illustration "OfGilda."
Jazzi is a Christian, wife, mom of 2 cats, consistent life ethic advocate, and church administrator. She is currently pursuing her BA in ministry leadership through Northwest University with a background in executive administration. For 5 years Jazzi volunteered as a peer counselor at a Bay Area pregnancy center and has spoken publicly on the topic of teen dating violence. She is tattooed, vegan, and a proud woman of color raised in a low income single-parent home and is passionate about helping those facing similar circumstances.
Alexandra is a devout Catholic and a DONA trained birth doula. She strives to help women and their families embrace pregnancy as a gift. She graduated with a degree in liberal studies: behavioral and social sciences from City College of San Francisco and has previously worked in developmental health as an early childhood educator. She also has a background in community fitness and the arts.