Who is Maggie Wynne?
Wynne serves as the point person for all major health care policy and program decisions for the country. She’s worked closely alongside colleague Scott Lloyd, director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), to establish a new policy designed to block access to safe, legal abortion.
Wynne helped craft a new policy — currently facing a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) — to block young undocumented women’s access to safe, legal abortion.The Hill
Before joining HHS, Wynne served as director of the House of Representatives Pro-Life Caucus and later worked for the anti-abortion group Knights of Columbus — where her HHS colleague Scott Lloyd also formerly served.The Intercept
As director of HHS’s Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division, Wynne developed a reputation for doubting survivors.New Yorker
[Wynne] did not trust the stories of [human trafficking survivors] ... anytime a kid’s story changed, she acted like they were lying.”
Former colleague of Wynne’s at HHS’s Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
HHS is charged with protecting the health of all Americans. The Trump-Pence administration has reshaped HHS to roll back reproductive rights and limit access to health care.