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NCLN Symposium Story: Johanna Miller Delp

Johanna Miller Delp

Attended the Symposium in 2004

Graduate of McMaster University, President of McMaster Lifeline 2005-2007

NCLN President 2008-2010

Currently resides in Wisconsin with her husband and daughter .  Volunteers with 40 Days for Life and the local pregnancy centre. 

“Ah, the memories I have from attending NCLN Symposia! One Symposium was not enough – I had to keep attending. Not only is an NCLN Symposium abounding in invaluable pro-life information, but it is the place to recharge our pro-life batteries. Every year I made new friends and watched the student pro-life movement grow. The many seminars and talks I attended helped me improve upon and gather new skills needed to transform my university campus. The NCLN Symposium gave me motivation, year after year, to be a leader on my campus.


After attending as a student, I knew the next natural step was to give back to NCLN, and so I joined the Executive.  I always knew that being at these Symposia was meaningful, not just in my life, but in ways I will never even know. The work of the pro-life movement is of eternal, immeasurable importance.  NCLN is so essential to the university pro-life movement, and an NCLN Symposium is, in my mind, one of the most enjoyable and invigorating ways to support yourself and others in restoring respect for human dignity in our culture.”
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