Katie Glenn served as Government Affairs Counsel at Americans United for Life from June 2019 through June 2022. Katie worked with lawmakers and pro-life and pro-family groups to enact pro-life laws at the state and federal level.
Katie wrote and testified on all of AUL’s issue areas across the United States, playing an integral role in AUL’s national public advocacy and contributing to AUL’s active amicus brief practice. Katie led AUL’s efforts to enact life-affirming laws and represent physicians, sidewalk counselors, and Members of Congress in the courts. In her time with AUL, Katie contributed to 17 amicus briefs, including three on behalf of Members of Congress. Katie testified in 16 states and the District of Columbia on abortion, women’s health, non-discrimination, data reporting and transparency, fetal dignity, and end of life protections. Katie also led the creation of AUL’s Pro-Life Legislation Tracker, the first national real-time pro-life legislative tracker.
Katie frequently appeared on radio and television news programs and in news and op-eds on life issues, religious freedom, and free speech. Katie also often presented at conferences and trained advocates to effectively communicate with lawmakers.
Admitted to the bars of Iowa and the District of Columbia, Katie earned her Juris Doctor with Pro Bono Certificate from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She graduated with honors from Tulane University, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Latin American Studies. Katie externed for the General Counsel’s office at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida, and interned for Congressman Tom Latham (IA-03).