Miss Francesca Medora first experienced a classical, Catholic education while in Mother of Divine Grace School’s (MODG) high school program, from which she graduated in 2016.
Her time in MODG cultivated her affinities for history, classical literature, writing and research, and bioethics. She graduated cum laude
in 2020 from Immaculata University with a BA in Theology. Right out of undergrad, she began graduate school at Villanova University.
During that period, she had the opportunity to work as a Graduate Assistant in Villanova’s Theology and Religious Studies Department, lead a Campus Ministry program for
graduate students, intern with The National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC), and serve as a PREP catechist at her parish. She graduated in 2022 from Villanova University with an MA in Theology.
Miss Medora’s heart for Catholic education led her back to the NCBC in February 2022, where she continues to work part-time in the Education Department. She joined the RLA Community in August 2022 and has had the opportunity to serve its students in various capacities.
Since 2018, Miss Medora has been co-running a Catholic blog, a ministry which enables her to integrate her passions for the Faith and for writing. She has been honored to serve as an Ambassador for Generation Life since 2019.