Genevieve Plaster is Senior Editor and Director of Publications for Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), where she leads rigorous reviews to ensure CLI’s scientific and data research on life issues is able to surpass the highest levels of scrutiny.
Genevieve has reviewed hundreds of expert testimonies, research papers, and articles while previously serving as CLI Deputy Director of Policy and Administration, Senior Policy Analyst, and Research Assistant. She now leverages that experience as she actively engages with CLI’s team of credentialed scientists, doctors, and scholars at each project level, performing critical and editorial reviews, convening appropriate stakeholders, and helping make the final product accessible to policymakers, professional journals, pro-life organizations, and the general public.
During her time at CLI, Genevieve has testified before Congress on research measuring the life-saving impact of the Hyde Amendment, before a Pennsylvania House of Representatives committee on Planned Parenthood activities, and before the Council of the District of Columbia on physician-assisted suicide.
Genevieve’s analyses of comprehensive healthcare alternatives to Planned Parenthood, state pro-life laws, and chemical abortion have appeared in National Review Online, The Daily Signal, Townhall, EWTN NewsNightly and Pro-Life Weekly, LifeNews, and other media outlets. She also regularly contributes to CLI research on the services and impact of pro-life pregnancy centers.
Genevieve earned an M.A. in theology, graduating magna cum laude from the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C., in 2013. She received her B.A. in English literature from American University in 2009.