Megan Mastro was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and moved to Phoenix, AZ in 2020 to pursue her PhD in Spanish. In 2010 Megan became pregnant at 16 years old and chose abortion which proved to be a life-shattering decision. After many years spent living secularly, she began a quest in search of truth and eventually found her way back to the Catholic faith about halfway through her PhD program. Megan now feels called to share her testimony which touches on a plethora of issues that plague today’s culture, especially our youth. Today, Megan is writing her dissertation which explores the ways in which Hispanic Catholic families live out and pass on their faith to their children and how this relates to family harmony. She is hoping to find work in Catholic evangelization by means of speaking, writing, and researching important topics such as abortion prevention (chastity), Catholic youth formation, and the universal call to holiness within the family.