Laura Grossberndt

Editor and Manager of Strategic Policy Engagement

Laura Grossberndt serves as Editor and Manager of Strategic Policy Engagement at Family Research Council. In this role, she assesses best practices for furthering FRC's mission and policy objectives. In cooperation with FRC's Managing Editor, she is also responsible for editing publications authored by FRC's policy experts and government affairs team. Laura also writes for FRC's blog.

Prior to joining FRC, Laura was the Marketing and Communications Director for the Washington Legal Foundation and interned for the Heritage Foundation. Laura graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Political Science from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.

A Connecticut native, Laura is an avid runner, history buff, and baseball fan. She firmly believes pro-life and pro-woman are harmonious terms. Laura is an active member of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC.

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Recent Activity

Prenatal Nondiscrimination Acts: Why They Are Essential

Thinking Biblically About Loyalty

Despite Roe Polling, a Majority of Americans Support Stronger Abortion Restrictions

Judging Amy: The Left's Proclivity for Believing and Empowering Women Is Limited To Their Own

Ted Cruz is Right: Certain FDA-approved Birth Control Can Cause Abortions

The Washington Monument: A Tribute to Leadership and Religious Heritage

Pregnancy Is Not an Illness - And Abortion Pills Are Not a Cure

100 Years After the 19th Amendment, Another Right the Suffragists Fought for is Still Unsecure

Disavowing Margaret Sanger Doesn't Change Planned Parenthood's Culture of Eugenics, Racism, and Death

Loosening Abortion Pill Restrictions Sends Women Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire

Our Founders Were Flawed, But Our Founding Ideals Endure

7 Things You Should Know About D.C. Statehood

D.C. Christians Take to the Streets... to Sing, Lament, and Pray

Homeschooled Students Make Good, Knowledgeable Citizens, Despite What Elites Say

Love in the Time of Coronavirus: How to Respond When Your Wedding Plans Change

Women's History Month: Deborah and Jael - No Man's Victory

Women's History Month: Jehosheba - Princess, Aunt, Hero

Michelle Williams Chose a Career Over a Child. But What If She Never Had to Choose?

How Game of Thrones Mainstreamed Sexual Exploitation

The Unintentionally Powerful Pro-Life Message of One Child Nation

Speaking the Truth in Love: How The Bachelorette Got It Both Wrong and Right

Laura Grossberndt, Editor and Manager of Strategic Policy Engagement