Genevieve Plaster is Senior Policy Analyst with the Charlotte Lozier Institute since 2016 and was Research Assistant prior to this since 2014. In her role, Genevieve provides research and analysis for the Institute’s projects, and writes and speaks on life issues.
Genevieve has testified before the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee on research measuring the life-saving impact of the Hyde Amendment. She has also appeared on EWTN News Nightly and EWTN Pro-Life Weekly television shows to discuss research on physician-assisted suicide.
Genevieve’s writings on abortion coverage in Obamacare, assisted suicide, comprehensive health alternatives to Planned Parenthood, and more have been published on National Review Online, The Daily Signal, Townhall, LifeNews, and on CLI’s blog.
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. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Genevieve currently lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband Matthew.