Introducing… Our SECOND FOUR Social Media Ambassadors!

We hope you enjoyed learning about our first group of passionate individuals last week! This week, we introduce to you four more of our social media ambassadors, from different backgrounds and walks of life, who are all united in fighting for life!

Felicita Randazzo (@felicita.rosalia): Felicita is an administrative assistant for a Financial Advisor. She has been pro-life her whole life, but it wasn’t until recently that she has started taking being pro-life seriously and realized that there is a lot more to it than just saying you are. She’s excited to continue fighting for this cause and hopes to see many beneficial changes in the future.  

Hayley Giesal (@haygiesal): is 24 years old and living in rural central Illinois with her husband, their puppy Memphis, and their farm cats Tilly and Banjo. She is a huge fan of true crime documentaries, gardening, and baking bread, but her favorite way to spend her time is advocating for the preborn! She believes that every human life is valuable no matter its location, age, gender, financial status, or ability. What she loves most about the pro-life movement is how it aims to educate, equip, and empower women to value life inside the womb.

Brian Ginn (@broadway_bg): Brian is a junior at Rockford University and he intends to get his BFA in Musical Theatre Performance. He is very grateful to have the opportunity to be a part of Illinois Right to Life’s Social Media Ambassadors! He plans to help young men realize that they also have a voice in the pro-life movement and how they can effectively communicate their beliefs.

Kimberly Albrecht (@kimberlyalbrecht): Kimberly is a lyric coloratura soprano who enjoys singing a wide range of styles. She has performed professionally for over 30 years and in the past year and a half she has distributed 15 jazz and Christian songs through different mediums. She was a Top Ten Finalist at Ms. Senior America 2018 in Atlantic city, receiving critical acclaim from TIME Magazine for her performance of “Time to Say Goodbye.” She has been heard on the WDCB Radio, recently played “Glinda” in The Wizard of Oz at Parker Playhouse, regularly performs at Barrington White House; has sung at The Garlands and 210 Restaurant,, and was a performer/producer/director for Elgin Opera. She holds an M.A. in Radio, TV, and film from Northwestern and a B.A. in Theatre/Arts from the University of Michigan, where she founded the Women’s Glee Club. Kimberly is excited to branch out and promote a culture of life to people in all areas of her life!