11.1.2018 | 7PM-9PM
BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS
~ Annual Gala ~
Benefitting Obria Medical Clinics Gwinnett
Thursday, November 1
Dinner & Program: 7PM-9PM
Infinite Energy Center
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway| Duluth, GA 30097
Dinner will be served | Semi-formal evening attire
Table sponsorships are available.
Deadline for sponsorships is October 1.
Individual tickets are $75.
Deadline for ticket sales is October 21.
KATHLEEN EATON BRAVO
Founder/CEO | The Obria Group Inc. & Obria Medical Clinics
Kathleen Eaton Bravo has become one of the nation’s leading pro-life pioneers— courageously serving for nearly four decades in Oklahoma and California.
In 1980, Kathleen experienced the shame surrounding an experience with abortion after receiving counsel from Planned Parenthood—which did not include any information about choosing life for her unborn child. As a result, in 1981 she began volunteering at a pregnancy center in Oklahoma before moving back to California to start Birth Choice in 1986—converting and growing them to six fully licensed medical clinics in 2006. “I wanted to create a comprehensive medical clinic model that could compete nose-to-nose with the large abortion providers for the lives of unborn babies and the souls of the mothers and fathers. In other words, get the patients out of abortion clinics and into our life-affirming clinics,” she says.
In 2012, she guided her Birth Choice clinics into becoming Obria Medical Clinics, and eventually founded The Obria Group in 2017 to serve the Obria network of clinics.
Kathleen is the recipient of the Cardinal John J. O’Connor National ProLife Award, along with former President George W. Bush, and most recently the Susan B. Anthony List’s Distinguished Leader Award. She speaks across the country on her mission with Obria.
BRIAN & ERIN FINNERAN
Former NFL Player | Sports Talk Radio Host | Football Ambassador
Brian Finneran is a former wide receiver in the NFL. His professional football career began when he was signed by the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent in 1998 and he also played for the Barcelona Dragons and Philadelphia Eagles before becoming an Atlanta Falcon late in the 1999 season. He served as wide receiver for the Falcons until 2010 and helped the team reach the 2010-11 NFL Playoffs. He was awarded the Falcons Man of the Year Award in 2009.
Brian played college football at Villanova University, where he had 265 receptions for 3,872 yards and 34 touchdowns over his entire college career. He received the Walter Payton Award in 1997 as the top offensive player in Division I-AA football.
He can now be heard on WCNN 680 The Fan, where he is one of the hosts on The Front Row, a morning sports talk show. He is also active with SafeKids, the “Bee a Buckler” Safety Program, and serves as ambassador for USA Football and Heads Up Football.
Brian resides in Atlanta with his wife, Erin, and their four children, Conor, Brynn, Keenan, and Cullen.