Brandy Meeks

VP of Operations @ And Then There Were None and ProLove Ministries

After graduating from Missouri Western State University in 2007 with a degree in psychology and a minor in communications, Brandy has led and served non-profits who believe in the dignity of ALL human life by working with foster families through mentoring programs, assisting the elderly with end of life issues and Medicare enrollment programs, helping low-income families find healthcare options and connecting women experiencing unexpected pregnancies with their local pregnancy centers. Brandy has 12 years of non-profit leadership experience, including serving as the Executive Director of St. Joseph Pregnancy Resource Center in Northwest Missouri and the Director of Marketing and Research Application at Vitae Foundation, where she led efforts with over 400 pregnancy centers on their marketing campaigns.

In 2017, she began serving on the leadership team for Pro-Women’s Healthcare Centers, a consortium whose mission is to “partner with women to provide comprehensive, convenient, compassionate, high-quality medical services and access to social services that empower them to care for their health.” In 2018, Brandy joined And Then There Were None as the Vice President of Operations. She feels so incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to extend love and compassion to abortion industry workers, helping them find hope and healing in a new job that they can be proud of.

Brandy organizes and moderates the monthly public webcast, The Walls are Still Talking, with former abortion clinic workers as guests, and speaks throughout the country about compassionate and consistent pro-life communication.

While all of this professional work has been an amazing journey, her favorite accomplishment is being a wife and mother. She is married to a great guy who loves this work as much as she does. Together, they attend Freshwater Church in Jefferson City, Missouri, love laughing with their five children, talking marketing strategies, building long-lasting memories, and protecting life.