Patrina Mosley is founder and principal at PPM Consulting where she guides organizations, campaigns, and policymakers in elevating women's dignity issues.
Patrina has had the privilege of serving in various leadership roles that have championed the right to life, combated sexual exploitation, protecting pro-family and religious freedom policies domestically and internationally. Patrina has hands-on experience overseeing electioneering initiatives that led candidates of faith, family, and freedom to victory.
Her sought-after policy expertise has placed her before multiple state legislatures and the United States Senate Judiciary Committee to testify on the ability of infants to feel pain in abortion, how pornography normalizes violence against women, increases the demand for sex trafficking, and the racial disparities within the commercial sex trade.
As a policy expert and strategist, Patrina has worked extensively with state legislators, attorney generals, and governors’ offices to support anti-trafficking and child protection legislation. As an appointed advisor to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), she provided leadership for the elevation and integration of religious freedom and human rights within the agency’s programming development. While also serving on the Combating Trafficking in Persons (C-TIP) and Women’s Peace and Security teams.
Her commentary has been featured in The New York Times, Washington Examiner, The Hill, The Washington Times, Townhall, The Federalist, The Daily Signal, Western Journal, World, The Christian Post, and more, including over 90 published issue briefs, reports, articles. Her career has been focused on shaping and advocating for pro-woman, pro-family policies.
Patrina sits on the advisory board of Human Coalition Action and is a contributing author to Choose Life: Answering Key Claims of Abortion Defenders with Compassion (Moody Publishers, May 2022). She is a graduate of Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Religion with a specialization in Biblical Studies and a Master of Arts in Public Policy.