“As the executive director of Wisconsin’s oldest and largest pro-life organization, I am thrilled to welcome two new members to our team. During these divisive times it is more important than ever that we have representation in Madison as well as the ability to expand our fundraising efforts to fight the ever-growing abortion industry,” shared Wisconsin Right to Life Executive Director Heather Weininger.
Kristen Nupson joins Wisconsin Right to Life as the Legislative/PAC Director. Before joining the pro-life movement full-time, Kristen served in Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch’s office as her Director of Operations. In that role, she traveled the state, witnessed the inner workings of government, and developed a passion for all things Wisconsin. During her time in college, she volunteered at a summer camp in Chetek, worked in customer service, and held various elected roles in student leadership.
Kristen is a member of Christ Fellowship Church in Sun Prairie, a self-proclaimed “military brat”, and an alumni of Maranatha Baptist University in Watertown. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin, but has traveled to all 50 states and considers herself a road trip enthusiast.
Mary Beth Gahn joins Wisconsin Right to Life as the Major Donor Officer. Mary Beth is a fundraising and event planning professional with a background in the arts, contemporary politics and social issues. She previously made her career in retail and wholesale sales and management, specializing in product lines ranging from fresh food to fashion.
When she’s not working for a cause, Mary Beth enjoys policy discussions surrounding a pro-human platform, volunteering for disability rights and awareness causes, and serving the congregation at her Catholic parish. She also enjoys learning about wine and its cultural influence, cooking for friends, and looking for a good reason to go to the gym before work. Gahn is a magna cum laude alumna of Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Wisconsin Right to Life is Wisconsin’s oldest and largest pro-life organization, founded in September, 1968, to protect the most vulnerable among us.