Effective campus pro-life activism: Transition to new leadership
It’s one of the biggest obstacles to effective pro-life activism.
Perhaps the most important task for any pro-life campus group is choosing projects that are both strategic and effective. Unwise choices leave the most important work undone.
But the transition of leadership from one group of leaders to the next is also very big. In fact, we frequently encounter groups who have suffered greatly because the former leaders did not effectively pass the mantle of leadership on to the current crop. Poor project selection and poor execution have been the inevitable result.
But we aren’t doing nothing to help the current leaders identify and train the next crop of leaders. Each year, we co-host, along with the Students for Life of America (SFLA), our annual Pro-Life Student Leadership Conference.
SFLA has also been working very hard to improve the transition of pro-life leadership on campus. Here is a video by SFLA’s Mary Kate Cavazos:
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