WASHINGTON, DC – Bryan Slater has joined Americans United for Life as Vice President of Operations. Mr. Slater will be overseeing all administrative, operational and financial functions which includes personnel and development.
Dr. Charmaine Yoest, AUL President & CEO said: “I am very pleased Bryan has joined our team. He brings a background of extensive administrative experience and additional political background that will be a tremendous asset to AUL in this period of expansion.”
Mr. Slater said: “It is a great honor to be a part of AUL, a thriving organization with a reputation for excellence and unparalleled expertise as the legal arm of the pro-life community. Working to coordinate AUL’s new DC office is a significant strategic move forward for AUL. I am honored to be a part of this impressive organization as it expands its organizational infrastructure in a time critical to defending life.”
Before joining AUL, Mr. Slater served at the Department of Labor as the White House Liaison and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs at the Small Business Administration. Previously, he served for three years as the Secretary of Administration in the Cabinet of former Governor of Virginia Jim Gilmore. There, he managed 14 state agencies for a combined budget of over $500 million. Prior to that, he managed two of Governor Gilmore’s campaigns — for the gubernatorial race and Gilmore’s prior Attorney General campaign. He also was the Political Director at the RNC and the Executive Director of the Georgia Republican Party.
He is a graduate of Ferrum College and of the University of Richmond where he majored in Political Science.
About Americans United for Life
Americans United for Life (AUL) is a nonprofit, public-interest law and policy organization whose vision is a nation in which everyone is welcomed in life and protected in law. The first national pro-life organization in America, AUL has been committed to defending human life through vigorous judicial, legislative, and educational efforts at both the federal and state levels since 1971. The Wall Street Journal has profiled AUL, and PBS’ Frontline program chronicled AUL’s successful efforts in Mississippi.