Danielle Zuccaro, Adult Education & Outreach Coordinator
Danielle became passionate about the pro-life movement during her freshman year of high school when she first attended the March for Life in D.C. After seeing thousands of youth on fire in defense of all human life, she knew she had to take a stand against the injustice of abortion. During the rest of her high school years, she wrote several Letters to the Editor pertaining to the pro-life cause, which were published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and attended prayer rallies and political activism days at the Virginia General Assembly. During her senior year, she and her sister soon founded the Respect Life Club at their Catholic high school in Richmond, VA.
She continued her pro-life activism in college at the University of Mary Washington, where she led as President and Publicity & Events Chair of the Students for Life Club throughout her college years. Upon graduation in May 2016 with a B.A. in French, she joined Students for Life at their National Office as the Adult Education & Outreach Coordinator, where she is excited to continue her work defending of the dignity and sacredness of all human life.