In Episode 55, Kailey Cornett shares her story and how she felt a calling to serve women facing an unplanned pregnancy at the age of 16.
Kailey has served women facing an unplanned pregnancy and with women’s clinics since she was 16 years old. Throughout her childhood, she moved from Colorado to Illinois to Arizona where she started volunteering at her first pregnancy center. God’s vision for her career started that year and she knew this is where His calling met her passion. She attended Pepperdine University, studying Business Administration and Nonprofit Management while staying involved with the local clinic in Los Angeles. After a few years working in private equity and software consulting she returned her focus to nonprofits. She has been in Nashville since August 2018 working in Nonprofit Advancement and Development. She is an amateur tea connoisseur, yoga enthusiast, and avid business book reader.
Her favorite things about Hope Clinic include their focus on serving the woman first, being pro-life from womb-to-tomb, and developing their champions (their donors) to fulfill their call through serving with Hope Clinic for Women.
In this episode, we chat about how at the age of 16 God put it on her heart to be empathetic towards women at a young age who get pregnant and are faced with the decision of having an abortion or not. We talk about how much of an impact her parents support had in her life and their influence
We discuss having the sex talk with your kids and some tips around that and how it is important to teach your kids at an early age what their body parts are called and give them avenues to report sexual harassment. We discuss many other topics in the conversation.
Shout out from Kailey:
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Favorite Non Profit:
Hope Clinic for Women, Siloam Health
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