Wendy Wright is president of Christian Freedom International, an international human rights organization that aids, equips, and advocates for persecuted Christians. Christian Freedom International provides material and spiritual support such as schools and shelters; food and medicines; Bibles and churches.
Wendy has testified at U.S. Congressional hearings and state legislatures, addressed UN meetings, briefed European legislators and Latin American leaders, and trained civic organizations. She speaks at conferences, college classes, and teen camps.
Her activities led to freedom of religion and speech cases that were decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, federal and state courts. Wendy was president of Concerned Women for America. She serves on the Boards of Directors for several non-profits.
Explore Her Work:
Washington Post: Grant This Woman Asylum.
Human Events: Honduras Tears Down a Berlin Wall.
Selected Testimonies and Speeches
U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law: CEDAW.
U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Judiciary: Constitutional Amendment on Parental Rights.
President’s Council on Bioethics: A Kidney Donor Against Payments for Organ Transplants.
Nigeria Pro-Life Conference: Social Engineering Through UN Agencies.
Spain: Parliamentary-sponsored panel to consider improvements to abortion laws.
United Nations Panel: Human Sexuality, Marriage and Family from a Woman’s Perspective.
Kansas Legislative Joint Committee: Hearing on Enforcement of Late-Term Abortion Laws.
Maryland Legislature: Bills on cloning and stem cell research.
Ohio Legislature: Heartbeat Bill.