Meagan Weber's passion for the pro-life cause comes from her personal experience. She became pro-life somewhere between her first and second unplanned pregnancy. During her first unplanned pregnancy, her life fell apart. From being pressured to abort, her mother’s suicide, to attempting to end her own life at three and a half months along. She hit rock bottom and knew that things had to change.
After fleeing an abusive relationship and adjusting to being a single mom, she found out that she was pregnant a second time. This time around abortion was never an option, and she knew that a lifestyle change was necessary.
Meagan then chose abstinence for two and a half years until her wedding night. She was successful in her new life decisions and went on to marry an amazing man in 2006. She and her husband are now raising their four children on the Southern Oregon Coast.
Meagan first got involved in the pro-life movement in 2007 by reaching out to abortion-minded women online and sharing her story with them in hopes to assist them to make life-affirming decisions during their time of crisis. In the Spring of 2011, she met Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood Clinic Director, and quickly became involved in her national pro-life efforts. Meagan has been involved behind the scenes with Abby’s ministry, And Then There Were None Pro-Life Outreach, since early on and now works as a personal assistant to Abby, as well as she serves as a client manager to those leaving the abortion industry, and facilitates various administrative roles in the ministry.
Meagan is passionate about educating the pro-life community in how to empathize with abortion-minded women, as she was once one herself, and hopes to utilize her personal testimony to inspire hope and enhance a culture of life.