Dr. Paige Cunningham

Monday, April 30, 2018
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Paige Comstock Cunningham, JD, PhD is the executive director of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity. She is a Trustee of Taylor University. Cunningham is an affiliate professor at Trinity Law School and Trinity Graduate School. She was an adjunct instructor at Wheaton College for eight years and is a past president and board chair of Americans United for Life.

She graduated from Taylor University (summa cum laude), and earned her JD from Northwestern University Law School, MA Bioethics (summa cum laude) from Trinity International University, and PhD (Educational Studies) from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

Cunningham has published numerous articles, editorials and book chapters in the areas of law, bioethics and public policy, and has testified before Congress and state legislative committees, and has made numerous television appearances. She was profiled in a front-page Washington Post story and appears frequently on the radio. Cunningham has been interviewed by BreakPoint This Week, Christianity Today, WORLD magazine, Moody radio’s Morning Ride, WYLL (Chicago), WLAM (Washington, D.C.), and American Conservative Radio. For five years, her Everyday Bioethics commentary aired on Moody radio. She is a regular guest on “Brian and Kathleen Mornings” (Moody radio Cleveland). Her “Biohazards” column appears quarterly in Salvo magazine.

Paige lectures on bioethics, public policy, reproductive ethics, abortion, and global women’s health. Recently she has presented at the World Congress of Families, Evangelicals for Life conference, the March for Life pre-conference, Princeton University, Olivet Nazarene University, Taylor University, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Fuller Theological Seminary. She gave the annual Witherspoon Lecture of Family Research Council in 2012. Other audiences include Alcatel Lucent employees, medical students, the American Chinese Fellowship in Houston, doctors in New Delhi, India, C-level business executives, and church women’s groups.

She is married to Jay Cunningham. They have three adult children and five grandchildren.