Missy Martinez-Stone became involved with the pro-life movement when she was just 14 after attending the National March for Life. She earned a degree in political science in 2012 with the intent of dedicating her life to ending abortion. Missy joined Students for Life of America in 2013 as the National High School Program Coordinator and helped more than double Students for Life groups in public and private high schools all over the nation. She then became the National Field Director, overseeing the growing team of Regional Coordinators and helped Students for Life cross the threshold into helping over 1,000 student groups. Missy also served on the board of directors of Choices Women’s Center in Fredericksburg, Va., heading up their Student Outreach committee and helping the pregnancy center grow their presence at the local high schools and colleges.
Missy has traveled the country working with young people, training and equipping them to be revolutionary pro-life activists. She’s been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Christian Broadcasting Network, and many other media outlets.
Missy helped launch Reprotection, an organization created to investigate and shutter abortion facilities that violate state health and medical codes, in 2019, where she began as the Director of Operations and Senior Analyst. She transitioned to CEO in September of 2021.
Missy lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband Aaron, and their daughter Marigold.