The Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders trains, equips, and educates dozens of college students to be Pro-Life champions every year.
By receiving continual training and guidance from Pro-Life experts at Texas Right to Life, the Fellows make a HUGE impact on thousands of lives. To bolster their efforts, the Fellowship provides each student a $1,000 scholarship every semester.
We have been amazed at the incredible, life-saving work that our Fellows have accomplished on their campuses and communities. They have become true warriors for Life and leaders in the Pro-Life movement.
The Fellows are launching a new, incredible era in the Pro-Life movement. All of this is thanks to your support which makes the Fellowship possible.
This year we congratulate 19 graduating Fellows! These wonderful young men and women have dedicated countless hours to the Pro-Life movement during their college careers and have saved countless lives.
From leading Sanctuary City for the Unborn movements in Lubbock and Bryan, to raising funds for pregnant and parenting students, to founding Pro-Life clubs to engage and convert students, and so much more, these young leaders are re-shaping their communities and the world!
Please join us in congratulating and praying for the Fellowship graduates of 2021. Your sacrificial support empowered them to change the world. See what they will be doing next!
2021 Fellowship Graduates!
Kenean Bekele majored in biology at Dallas Baptist University and plans to continue her education in physical therapy in the DFW area.
Edmund Carroll majored in political science at the University of Houston and will be teaching at Western Academy in Houston.
Ana Chavez majored in neuroscience and computational and applied math at Rice University and will be attending grad school for brain science.
Aylin Montes de Oca majored in marketing at St. Mary’s University and plans to follow God’s will for her.
Carla Flores studied biology and psychology at St. Mary’s University and plans to attend grad school and work in a lab research environment.
Jessica Nguyen majored in marketing at Houston Baptist University and will be working in Houston.
Louie Leal majored in biology at Texas A&M International University and plans to attend grad school at UT Austin.
Mary Pinedo majored in industrial systems engineering at Texas A&M University and will be working for Texas Instruments in Dallas.
Samuel Regnerus majored in psychology at the University of Dallas and plans to work in Austin.
Zyania Seijas majored in finance and risk management at St. Mary’s University and will be working as a financial analyst at AT&T in Dallas.
Julia Thomas majored in environmental science at Stephen F. Austin University and plans to continue to be a Pro-Life champion.
Sarah Culbreth majored in psychology at the University of Dallas and is looking forward to continuing to stand for Life.
Celeste Flores studied political science and sociology at St. Mary’s University and plans to pursue a master’s degree in public health.
Jordan Marget majored in corporate communication studies at the University of Texas at Austin and will be attending Law School at UH.
Jose Morales-Wade majored in mechanical engineering at Rice University and will be working in Houston.
Ethan Pimentel Ruiz majored in kinesiology at LeTourneau University and plans on continuing his education in physical therapy.
Erin Quinn majored in education at the University of Dallas and will be working in Dallas.
Kateri Remmes majored in English at the University of Dallas and plans to work in the DFW area.
Jonathan Trost majored in mechanical engineering at LeTourneau University and will be working in Wisconsin.
Please join us in congratulating and praying for the newest class of Fellowship graduates!
We thank God for the Fellowship graduates of 2021 and for the wonderful, life-saving work they have done in their communities.
We also thank you for making the Fellows’ life-saving work possible!