A former Planned Parenthood worker said becoming a mother and a renewed faith in God helped her to quit her job at the largest abortion provider in the United States after over a decade.
In an interview with The Christian Post, Caroline Strzesynski said that she currently works as a pro-life women’s health nurse practitioner and plans to go to school in the fall for midwifery. Before she got to where she is today, however, Strzesynski worked at a local abortion facility and, later, Planned Parenthood.
Strzesynski did not consider herself pro-choice or pro-life when she started working as an abortion recovery room nurse at The Center for Choice in Toledo, Ohio, in 1999, a facility that is no longer open. At the time, she only wanted to work in women’s healthcare.