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Welcome Ashley! NCLN Western’s Summer Intern!

BLOG_Portrait_PICNCLN Western is pleased to welcome Ashley Bulthuis as our 2015 Summer Intern! Ashley has been a member of the University of the Fraser Valley Life Link club, and will be heading to Capilano in the fall to start a pro-life club on their campus! Ashley is very talented, compassionate, and continues to be a driven leader in this movement. This summer, she’ll be coordinating our Western Summer Semester, designing fresh online graphics, helping us create new resources for campuses across Canada, and many other great projects.

To introduce you to this wonderful woman, we’ve asked her a few questions!

1) How did you get involved in pro-life campus activism?

I was a student at the University of the Fraser Valley. There was a pro-life club on campus that my friends were members of. Naturally, I was curious, and sat in on a few meetings. One thing led to another and eventually, I became President of UFV LifeLink.

2) How did you get to know NCLN?

I first became familiar with NCLN by attending their Annual Symposium and sitting in on the motivational speeches and workshops offered there.

3) Why are you looking forward to your NCLN internship this summer?

I am MOST for designing my heart out this summer, planning events like the Symposium, and organizing fundraising parties!

4) What do you hope to get out of your internship this summer?

What I hope to get out of this internship is the ability to deliver a motivational pro-life presentation to my peers, to expand my knowledge on the abortion debate though extensive reading and research, and to utilize my knowledge and training to kickstart a pro-life club at Capilano University.

5) What are some of your interests?

I’m obsessed with art, philosophy, poetry and music. Oh, and did I mention that I’m a total font-a-holic? Say “NO” to Helvetica!


We’re looking forward to working with you this summer, Ashley! Thank you for giving so much of your time and talent to this movement!

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