Patrina Mosley, M.A., is founder and principal at PPM Consulting, LLC, where she helps organizations, campaigns, and policymakers elevate women’s dignity issues with a special focus on the African-American community. Mrs. Mosley is a speaker, author, and advocate on the issues of the right to life, combatting sexual exploitation, faith, and the black family.
Her commentary has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Washington Examiner, The Hill, The Washington Times, Townhall, The Federalist, The Daily Signal, World Magazine, LifeSite News, Live Action News, The Christian Post, and more, including over 90 published policy white papers, reports, articles, and issue briefs.
Patrina’s sought-after expertise has placed her before various state legislatures, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, serving as a presidential appointee in the United States Agency for International Development. Patrina has had the privilege of serving in various leadership roles that have championed the right to life, combatting sexual exploitation, promoting and protecting international pro-family and religious freedom policies, and electioneering.
She has served at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Concerned Women for America, Assistant Director of the Family Research Council Action PAC, and as the Director of Life, Culture, and Women’s Advocacy at the Family Research Council. Patrina is a contributing author to Choose Life (Moody Publishers, 2022) and a graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Religion with a specialization in Biblical Studies and a Master’s of Arts in Public Policy.