Presentations that Change Lives
Healing the Culture offers a wide variety of pro-life presentations, seminars, and retreats for churches, schools, and organizations. These events focus on core universal truths that any audience will find thought-provoking and life-changing.
Healing the Culture’s Speakers
President & CEO
In over 20 years as a professional pro-life advocate, Camille has inspired politicians, judges, lawyers, medical professionals, and church leaders to defend the sanctity of human life. She has trained tens of thousands of students, teachers, religious educators, business leaders, and pro-life professionals in the Life Principles curriculum. She has co-produced six video series, and authored dozens of articles. She has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people across North America and around the world. She has reached millions more through television, radio, and print media.
Laura Kolbe is a certified instructor with Healing the Culture, where she trains students and adults in the philosophical foundations of the pro-life movement. She previously worked as a high school theology teacher and campus minister in Washington State. Laura is a wife and mother of five children. She is a founding parent and Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Chesterton Academy of Notre Dame, a joyfully classical Catholic high school in Spokane, WA.
Natalie Sonnen was the executive director of LifeCanada, Canada’s national educational pro-life organization, from 2011 to 2021.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from Thomas Aquinas College in California, a Graduate Business Diploma in Business Management from Capilano University, and a Licentiate in Social Communications from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome.
Natalie began her work in the pro-life movement in 2002 as the executive director of the Right to Life Association of Toronto. She has spoken to audiences throughout Canada and the US on the Life Issues. She was editor of LifeCanada’s Reflection’s Magazine, an outstanding publication covering the life issues with depth and intelligence.
Inspired by the work of Healing the Culture, she wrote the Dying Healed Program, a program to give volunteers confidence that their presence at the bedside of a lonely or dying person is an invaluable service.
Natalie is married and has a daughter whom she enjoys homeschooling.