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Kara Klein was born on Christmas Eve in 1985.  She has three brothers and three sisters.
Kara’s musical career unofficially began at age 8, when she appeared in the stage production of Babes in Toylandat a local community theater.  Subsequently, Kara held leading roles in St. Paul’s High School musical productions of Godspell, Oklahoma!, South Pacific, Guys and Dolls and The Music Man.  She also performed in the chorus of Saint Scholastic Academy’s production of Jekyll & Hyde, and additionally served as understudy for the lead role of Emma.  “I have loved singing in front of an audience since I could talk,” Kara claims, “and my family made me sing at every family function growing up.”

Kara also served on the worship team for several local youth groups and served as the lead singer for Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church music ministry.  She has frequently appeared as a guest soloist at the Magnificat Women’s Breakfast throughout various cities in Louisiana.   

Kara’s interest in the pro-life movement was spurred on by her attendance as an advocate of abstinence at the 2001 United Nations Summit on the Rights of the Child in New York City.  At the Summit, Kara met with U.N. delegates to present abstinence as a viable way for teenagers to remain pregnancy and disease free.  “Some people at the Summit were suggesting that contraception and abortion are the only paths through which teens can remain free of disease and pregnancy,” shared Kara.  “I wanted to respectfully demonstrate that teenagers are capable of much more than that, and that we, as civilized humans, are capable of offering the world a better solution than contraception and abortion.”

An outspoken proponent of abstinence, Kara co-founded the Hearts of Purity club at her high school, and served on the State Board for the Louisiana Governor’s Program on Abstinence (GPA).  In 2003, she was chosen to participate in the GPA’s National Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., then worked as a contributing editor for a book about chastity entitled “If You Really Love Me--100 Questions on Dating, Relationships and Sexual Purity” published by renowned chastity speaker Jason Evert.  In the same year, Kara was selected to serve as Master of Ceremonies for the GPA’s Louisiana State Convention held in Kenner, Louisiana, where she entertained over 4,000 teens and introduced MissAmerica as the key note speaker.