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Becky Visosky
Executive Director

Becky Visosky serves as Executive Director of the Catholic Pro-Life Community, the Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas. As Executive Director, she leads a devoted staff of over 30 full-time and part-time employees who provide critical client services, bilingual education for youth and adults and opportunities for community engagement to advance a Culture of Life in North Texas and beyond.

Becky has been a member of the Catholic Pro-Life Community's management team since 2010, previously as the Director of Communications. As head of Communications and now as Executive Director, Becky represents the CPLC's mission across multiple platforms to diverse audiences. She has been interviewed by radio, television and print media outlets on current life issues ranging from state and national legislative efforts to women's health issues. Becky has helped plan and promote pro-life events and campaigns such as the 10,000-strong North Texas March for Life, a community response to Planned Parenthood, the largest 40 Days for Life vigil in the world, and participation in the statewide Catholic Faith in Action Advocacy Day and Stand4Life campaign that helped pave the way to groundbreaking pro-life legislation. She has also collaborated with both local and national partners to advance the cause of life.

Before joining the CPLC staff, Becky was a partner with the law firm Carrington Coleman where she practiced as a commercial litigator for ten years. She was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2000, and has tried lawsuits and argued cases in front of various state and federal courts. Becky was named a Rising Star in Texas Monthly from 2005-2009. She currently serves on the board of the St. Thomas More Society of Dallas, the Catholic Lawyers Guild. During her tenure as an attorney, Becky supported and volunteered for the CPLC -- serving as a Gabriel Angel, a presenter for the Speakers Bureau, and a grassroots advocate for the Civic Action Ministry, as well as participating in peaceful public witness and prayer events.

Becky received her juris doctorate with honors from the University of Texas School of Law in 2000.  Before that she attended Louisiana State University where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature, and a minor in Philosophy.  While at LSU, she completed her honors thesis on the “The Significance of Tongue and Heart Imagery in The Confessions of St. Augustine.” She was also a charter member of Students for Life at LSU.

After many years of prayer, Becky and her husband Bradley welcomed their greatest blessing -- their son Andrew. Becky and her family are members of Prince of Peace parish in Plano, where Andrew also attends school.