EPC TOPIC: Trans, Blockers and IQ
VERNADETTE BROYLES is the President and General Counsel of Child & Parental Rights Campaign, Inc., a non-partisan not-for-profit public interest law firm founded to defend parents’ rights to shield their children against the harms of gender identity ideology. Vernadette is an experienced family law litigator and Guardian Ad Litem representing the best interests of children in court, and has been an advocate for student privacy, parental rights, and Title IX protections in public school.
Vernadette graduated with Honors from Yale University with a bachelor of science in Biology, and received her law degree from Harvard Law School. She has practiced as a commercial litigator and served as an Assistant District Attorney with the Fulton County, Georgia, District Attorney’s Office. Prior to law school, she worked in neuro-pharmaceutical research.
Vernadette served for five years on the State Board of the Georgia Department of Human Services, where she co-chaired the Department of Family and Children Services Committee and gained many insights into state child protective services. She was appointed by the George W. Bush Administration to serve on Advisory Boards to the U.S. Department of Justice Violence Against Women program and the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention program, and as a Public Interest Director with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta.
Vernadette has been featured as a columnist with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She and her husband (also an attorney) live in Johns Creek, Georgia and have two children.