Originally from upstate New York, Mr. Scott Baier now lives in Estero with his wife Rachel and their five children.
In June of 2021, Scott assumed the role of CEO at Community Pregnancy Clinics. Prior to this, Scott spent 23 years in the education field – teaching, mentoring and leading thousands of students and families to be the best version of themselves – academically, humanly and spiritually.
Scott holds two Master’s Degrees in Human Relations and Educational Leadership. Before becoming an educator, Scott spent two years in the seminary and as a missionary and later served as a non-commissioned office with U.S. Army Intelligence in both Germany and Bosnia-Hercegovina.
Scott brings an extensive list of skill sets, particularly leadership in non-profit strategic management and he believes deeply in the life-saving mission of CPCI. Scott is focused on leading his team to be able to effectively respond to the ever-changing pro-life landscape as CPCI’s impact continues to grow in the state of Florida – providing men and women with life-affirming medical services and helping end abortion – one father, one mother and one precious baby at a time.
Lynda Bell is the president of Florida Right to Life representing the statewide organization as a delegate to the National Right to Life Committee board of directors on which she also serves as Chairman of the NRLC Board.
In her capacity as president, Lynda lobbies at the state Capitol to promote and support pro-life legislation. She has increased exposure on state and national television, radio, in print and social media educating and debating pro-life issues such as bans on abortion and embryonic stem-cell research, euthanasia, assisted suicide, ultrasound, parental rights, parental notification, the Choose Life license plate and partial-birth abortion to name a few.
This year Lynda ranked as twenty-fifth in a list of Florida’s 100 Most Powerful Women.
Previous public service positions Lynda has held include six years on the Florida Communities Trust appointed by then-Governor Rick Scott; elected as Miami-Dade County Commissioner serving as Vice Chair; and elected Mayor of Homestead, the first and only woman mayor in the city’s over 100 year history.
Lynda has been married to her husband, Mark, for thirty-eight years and lives in Tallahassee where they co-teach adult Sunday school. She has three married daughters and twelve grandchildren ranging in age from six to twenty-six year old.