Allison Dreher is the lead instructor at The Sisterhood of Catholic Women and Adolescents (SCWA) and the Education Coordinator of its parent organization The St. Augustine Foundation (SAF). She graduated from Loyola University New Orleans in 2009 with a Master’s Degree in Religious Education, taught Science and Religion at St. Joseph Catholic School in Edinburg, TX, was certified as a Billings Ovulation Method® teacher in 2015, and has served in various local parish ministries for the past 20 years.
Mrs. Dreher is also a member of a Non-Governmental Organization team to represent WOOMB® International at the United Nations for its Commission on the Status of Women. As the member of an NGO, her job is to lobby the delegates of UN member states, attend and address the participants of side and parallel events surrounding the commission, and raise awareness regarding the benefits of The Billings Ovulation Method® for women around the world.
Allison is passionate about teaching women the truth of God’s plan for life and love. Understanding the body is part of that plan, and every woman has a right to know how her body works.
Nicole began her work in church ministry five years ago as a Sunday school catechist, working with children preparing for Confirmation. Since then she has added chastity youth minister and Fertility Awareness/NFP instructor to her plate.
She leads discussions on Catholic teaching and sexuality, in the vein of Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. It brings her great joy to teach and learn about God’s plan for human sexuality and feels blessed to be a part of the Sisterhood team. Nicole is currently working as a pro-life pregnancy counselor in downtown Manhattan and is doing her best to discern God’s will one day at a time.
Wife, mom, recovering feminist, and revert to Catholicism, Martina is an advisor and blogger at The Sisterhood of Catholic Women and Adolescents. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Central Florida.
A former law enforcement officer, vice president, director and other irrelevant titles, Martina found her calling in motherhood. When not changing diapers, you will find her sipping tea, writing or reading about all things Catholic.