Who is GLA?

The Georgia Life Alliance has released their board members. Here’s the run down.

ROME, GA – The Georgia Life Alliance (GLA), the official state affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee, is pleased to announce its Founding Board members.

GLA assembled a group of seasoned pro-life activists committed to protecting and enhancing the Right to Life for all of our citizens. The Founding Board is made up of medical professionals, non-profit professionals, religious leaders, and pro-life grassroots activists.

“It is with great pleasure that I announce the Georgia Life Alliance Founding Board members. Our board demonstrates our commitment to advancing the pro-life cause in Georgia,” said Emily Matson.
Emily Matson, Attorney
Rome, GA

Kristin Radtke, Fmr. FRC and CWA staff, Educator, Mother
Suwanee, GA

Martha Zoller, Fox News Radio/WGAU Co-Host
Gainesville, GA

Erick Erickson, Editor-in-Chief, RedState
Macon, GA

Dr. Jim Froehlich, Medical Director, Atlanta Care Pregnancy Resource Center
Gainesville, GA

Nancy Kingston, Founding Executive Director, Atlanta Pregnancy Resource Center
Tucker, GA

Bill Hancock, CEO & Co-Founder, FaithBridge Foster Care
Alpharetta, GA

Susan Lataif, Fmr. NRLC Lobbyist, Mother
Rome, GA

Lance Cooper, Attorney
Cobb County, GA

Legal Counsel:
Bryan Tyson, Attorney, Strickland Brockington Lewis LLP
Atlanta, GA
The Georgia Life Alliance advocates for the vulnerable, the abandoned, and the defenseless: the baby still in her mother’s womb, the orphaned child desperate for a safe and loving home, and the woman who finds herself in a desperate situation.

We will work tirelessly to bring attention and healing to the struggles of the unborn and other at-risk groups, endeavoring to help secure life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all Georgians.


    • The Last Democrat in Georgia says:

      Well, Peach Pundit’s own Erick Erickson is from Macon, which is right at the Fall Line. Otherwise, GLA seems to be purely a North Georgia thang.

      …Which there is nothing wrong with where GLA’s board members come from. What matters is that GLA is effective at advancing a pro-life agenda and fostering a culture of life where applicable.

      • ricstewart says:

        That’s true, but I’m always skeptical (and usually eventually frustrated) by “statewide” organizations that don’t have representation in leadership from the entire state.
        I don’t mean to be too critical, though; I’m thrilled that we finally have a sane alternative to GRTL.

  1. Harry says:

    This state is big enough for both of these fine organizations. The tone, tactics and audience for each seem a bit different, but hopefully the goal is the same.

  2. Baker says:

    The people that I’m familiar with on the list seem good…it’s funny to me though that it got all the way to this stage, what with the whole national group dropping GRTL and picking up GLA, without us even knowing who was on the board.

    • The Last Democrat in Georgia says:

      It’s not really surprising that it got this far without the public knowing who was on the GLA board, particularly with GRTL having such a deeply dysfunctional and even antagonistic relationship with seemingly all parties involved and with GLA being backed by such major media figures as Erick Erickson and Martha Zoller.

      • Baker says:

        I’m not surprised it was successful…just weird to me to not reveal the board before now…Jim Froehlich too much of a lightning rod?

    • Eric The Younger says:

      With that much behind the scenes maneuvering, it’s almost like they wanted to build a new stadium.

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