Matt Britton serves as the Chairman of the Board and General Counsel for 40 Days for Life. Matt has had an expansive legal career including four terms as an elected prosecutor, county attorney, counsel to many not-for-profits, US companies operating all around the world, major law firm litigator and general counsel. Matt has written and spoken countless times on a wide range of legal and pro-life issues in locations across the United States as well as England, Japan, Columbia, Mexico, Korea, Singapore, Brazil, China and locations across the European Union.
Most importantly, Matt is married to Libby Britton and they have eight beautiful children.
Mark is president of Factory Physics, Inc., a firm that provides management consulting, training, and software to improve manufacturing and supply chain operations.
Mark previously served as associate professor of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at Northwestern University and professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, and Texas A&M University. He has helped more than one hundred companies over the last 25 years.
Mark joined the board of directors of the Coalition for Life in Bryan/College Station, Texas and later served as chairman. He also serves on the board of directors of RED-C Catholic Radio
Tibor Baksy is an investment consultant with Baksy & Associates in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Tibor graduated from the University of Maryland’s College of Business and Management with a degree in finance. In 1999 he started Baksy & Associates to provide independent investment advice to his clients.
Tibor lives in Stafford, Virginia with his wife and six children.
HAYWOOD ROBINSON, M.D.
Haywood Robinson was born in Los Angeles, California. Undergraduate education and medical school were attended in Southern California. Specialty training in family practice was obtained at Martin Luther King / Charles R. Drew Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Haywood is now a family physician practicing in Bryan – College Station, Texas. He has been married to Noreen Johnson, M.D., for 33 years. They are the parents of three daughters and have four grandchildren.
Pro-life work has been a passion since salvation came to this former abortionist in 1986.
Carol has been heavily involved with 40 Days for Life since 2008 and has participated in the March for Life in Washington DC. Her board experience includes non-profit organizations of every size including national advocacy non-profits and major universities. Carol has been retired for 18 years, and previously held Chief Human Resource roles and has a Master of Science degree in Industrial Relations and Counseling Education. Carol is blessed with a loving family — her husband, John of 33 years, two beautiful children and a special grandson.