Staples native Chloe Kramer to begin national training in pro-life leadership program

Chloe Kramer, president of North Dakota State University Students for Life, was recently selected to the Students for Life of America’s National Leaders Collective and for the Student Spokesperson Class, one of seven students selected for a national yearlong leadership program. She will begin training June 22 in Washington, D.C.

“I am excited to grow as a leader and be able to speak the truth in love,” Kramer said. “I can’t wait to network and have once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to use my voice in defense of the littlest lives.”

Chloe Kramer gives her leadership testimony at a pro-life event Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C. (Photo submitted)

As a student spokesperson leader, Kramer will be trained to speak the message of the pro-life movement on a national scale through oral communications (public speaking, media interviews), written communications (blogs, op-eds) and online communications (social media activism). She will be trained through staff mentorship and skill development, applying that information to a future career in the pro-life movement as well as individual activism.

She said, “I first got involved when I was 17. I knew then it was the most important issue I could dedicate my life to. I also realized there are people everywhere who need us to love them and remind them of the hope of the pro-life movement.”

Kramer is a senior at NDSU in Fargo, North Dakota, with a psychology major and minors in neuroscience and strategic communication. She works as a peer minister at Bison Catholic (the Newman Center) where she writes social media and blog posts, creates newsletters, plans events and coordinates pro-life ministries.

She was baptized and received first Communion at Sacred Heart Church in Staples and was confirmed in Brainerd/Baxter, Minnesota. During her teen years, she was very involved as a junior counselor at Camp Survive, a youth camp in McGregor, Minnesota.



Author: Nikki Rajala

Nikki Rajala is a writer/copy editor for The Central Minnesota Catholic Magazine.

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