Monica Sewell serves as Executive Assistant to the President & CEO and External Affairs Coordinator at Americans United for Life, where she collaborates with Catherine Glenn Foster, President & CEO, and works across AUL’s Legal, Engagement, and Operations teams to advance AUL’s mission and impact.
Monica previously worked in the U.S. House of Representatives as Legislative Aide, Legislative Correspondent, Staff Assistant, and Intern Coordinator for Congressman Ken Buck (CO-04). While on Capitol Hill, Monica participated in and graduated from the Heritage Congressional Fellowship Program at The Heritage Foundation.
Monica studied Biology and Philosophy at Franciscan University of Steubenville and has a true passion for bioethics. While at Franciscan, she assisted with the conceptualization, writing and editing, investigation, and methodology of a research project, “Types of Stem Cells Used in US-Based Clinical Trials Between 1999 and 2014,” published in the Catholic Social Science Review, and is co-author of “Prevalence of Stem Cell Types in Clinical Trials: Adult Stem Cells are Dominant,” presented at the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference.
Monica is a wife and mother and enjoys the outdoors, politics, and spending time with her family.