Stephanie Gray Connors is a Canadian anti-abortion activist. She spent 12 years as executive director and co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform, and now writes and speaks on behalf of her ministry, Love Unleashes Life.
Life and education
Gray Connors was born in Vancouver and raised in Chilliwack, British Columbia. She attended high school at St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary School in Abbotsford, where she graduated in 1998. Later that year, she enrolled at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver.
In 1999, a significant moment in her life occurred when she joined the UBC Lifeline Club, a campus anti-abortion organization and was elected president. She retained this position until graduation in 2002. Gray Connors completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.  She has been Catholic all her life.  After graduation Gray Connors ultimately chose to work full time for the anti-abortion movement.
Gray Connors is married. 
Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform
In 2001, Gray Connors, with Jojo Ruba, founded the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform. She served as executive director for 12 years. One of CCBR's most prominent ministries is the Genocide Awareness Project featured at college campuses throughout the United States and Canada.
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