Grace is a writer, editor, and speaker whose interests and expertise include fertility awareness, women's health, bioethics, health policy, and Catholic culture and theology. Her work has been featured in such outlets as The Federalist, the Public Discourse, Verily Magazine, Natural Womanhood, The Linacre Quarterly, The National Catholic Register, The American Conservative, The Daily Signal, and others. Grace holds a M.A. in Bioethics & Health Policy from Loyola University Chicago, and a B.S. in Healthcare Management & Policy from Georgetown University. She is a current Center for Bioethics and Culture/Paul Ramsey Institute fellow, and was the 2019 Robert Novak Alumni Fund Fellowship recipient. For her Novak fellowship, Grace researched and wrote about the history and harms of birth control, and how it has set back the field of women's health. Grace is a proud Texan and military spouse, and lives in San Diego with her husband and three children.
Grace is always looking for new opportunities in writing, editing, and speaking, especially on the topics of fertility awareness and bioethics.
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