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Carrie Gordon Earll

Senior Director of Issue Analysis

Carrie Gordon Earll

Carrie Gordon Earll is the senior director of Issue Analysis for Government and Public Policy at Focus on the Family, where she oversees the ministry's issue analyst staff providing expertise on a range of public policy topics. She also serves as the senior policy analyst for bioethics for Focus on the Family. Earll researches and writes on a range of topics including abortion, end-of-life medical decisions, human cloning and stem cell research.

As a media spokesperson for Focus on the Family, Earll has been interviewed by hundreds of print and broadcast media outlets, including ABC "World News Tonight," CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, National Public Radio, The New York Times and the Los Angeles Times. Prior to joining Focus on the Family, Earll was an award-winning journalist working as a television news reporter and anchor in Alabama and Florida.

Earll is a frequent contributor to Focus on the Family publications and a guest on the ministry’s daily radio broadcast as well as the daily news feature, "Family News in Focus." Both programs are heard by more than one million listeners daily. She writes extensively on bioethical issues for the ministry, and her writings on human cloning have been translated into several foreign languages and distributed internationally, including at the United Nations. Earll is a contributing writer for the Complete Guide to Caring for Aging Loved Ones.

Earll is a fellow with the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity. She holds a master of arts in bioethics from Trinity International University in Chicago.

In her home community of Colorado Springs, Earll is active in medical ethics through her roles as a board member of the Pikes Peak Forum for Health Care Ethics and as a member of the Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee.


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