Mariah McCarron grew up in Skaneateles, New York and graduated from the State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo after studying International Relations & Vocal Performance.
Mariah first became involved in the Pro-Life Movement during her freshman year of college, when she attended the Annual March in Washington with her college Students for Life group. Seeing the sheer magnitude of the movement – the countless youth in support of it, its reach to people of all backgrounds, and, most importantly, its deep and intricate logic based in truth and love of neighbor – made the mission to protect and respect life one that her conscience would not allow her to ignore.
Mariah became involved in Students for Life at SUNY Geneseo from that point onward in her college career, becoming club president during her senior year. She has also stood for life as a former Hildegard Art Fellow and a trained sidewalk advocate.
Shortly after graduation, Mariah decided to use her talents by dedicating her career to the Pro-Life Mission. She now resides in Boston, Massachusetts as New England Regional Coordinator, serving the Pro-Life Generation of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
If you wish to support Maraih's mission by sending a gift through the mail, a cash or check gift of any size if welcome and appreciated. If sending a check, please make it out to Students for Life of America with Mariah McCarron's name in the memo, to our national headquarters: 1000 Winchester Street, Suite 301, Fredericksburg, VA 22401.
In order to accept contributions to fund our life-saving work, Students for Life of America (SFLA) was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1987. SFLA is the only national pro-life organization dedicated to equipping pro-life youth. We operate entirely on donations. 100% of your investment into Students for Life will go to fund our work starting and training student pro-life groups.
Thank you for your support of the youth pro-life movement!
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