You’re hopefully aware of the groundbreaking Dobbs v. Jackson decision that came down from the Supreme Court last week and overturned Roe v. Wade. Janet Parshall generously returned to inContext to help us think biblically and critically about this decision, the believers’ response, and where we go from here.
About Janet Parshall
Janet Parshall has been consistently profiled as one of the top 100 “talkers” in Talkers magazine, the leading trade publication of the talk industry. In 2008 and 2011, Janet was awarded the National Religious Broadcasters On-Air Personality of the Year.
During her career, Janet has served on the boards of several organizations including Concerned Women for America and the National Religious Broadcasters. She is the recipient of the Excellence in Communications award from Women in Christian Media. Janet was also elected to Sigma Delta Omega for high attainments in the field of broadcasting.
Throughout her career, Janet has been a devoted advocate of the principles and policies that strengthen the family. In February 2005, Parshall was selected by President George W. Bush to represent the White House as public delegate to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
As a radio and television commentator, author and advocate for the family, Janet speaks nationwide on public policy issues that impact family preservation and promotion. She has appeared on numerous national television and radio programs, including Crossfire, Hardball, Nightline, Larry King Live, Donahue, The 700 Club, Hannity & Colmes and NewsNight with Aaron Brown, and has also appeared on various other programs on CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, CBN, PBS, the BBC and NPR. Janet has also been featured in People magazine.
Janet is a graduate of Carroll College in Wisconsin. She was appointed twice by Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson to the Wisconsin Women’s Council, and the Governor’s Commission on Families and Children.