STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Chloe Kramer of North Dakota Kicks Off New Year in the National Leaders Collective  

Caroline Wharton - 13 Sep 2023

Students for Life of America (SFLA) is proud to accept amazing students, like Chole Kramer, a senior at North Dakota State University, into our leadership programs through the National Leaders Collective.

For the 2023-2024 school year, Kramer will be a part of the Student Spokesperson program, learning how to communicate effectively as a pro-life activist in both traditional media, as well as on social media. Get to know more about her below:   

(You can also read more about the Student Spokesperson program HERE.) 

Chloe Kramer
Why did Kramer join the pro-life movement? 

“When I was 17 years old, I found out the true reality of abortion, and I knew that I couldn’t dedicate my life to any other cause. I applied to be a SFLA Student Spokesperson because it’s my greatest passion to use my voice in defense of the littlest lives and to protect women who are targeted by the abortion industry.” 

How has Kramer grown as a leader already?  

Kramer began her leadership journey with Students for Life Action (SFLAction) as a 2021-2022 SFLAction Captain. She continued her leadership journey as a 2022-2023 William Wilberforce Fellow. As president of her SFLA group, the NDSU Students for Life, she has led her campus organization in pro-life activism for three years. 

Kramer at the National Pro-Life March

Some of her accomplishments from just this past year include: 

  • Organizing a speaking tour as part of her William Wilberforce project, traveling to five schools in her state to speak on how No Woman Stands Alone in a Post-Roe America and reaching more than 600 people. 
  • Leading a group of 30 students to attend the National Pro-Life March this past January to educate and equip her group for pro-life activism.  
  • Hosting a Standing With You month on campus to equip her school to better support pregnant and parenting students through letter writing, tabling, flyering, and even hosting Title IX events. 

Outside of SFLA, Kramer was a pro-life ministry coordinator for her local church and recently completed an internship with the Abortion Survivors Network. 

Kramer’s SFLA group tabling
What is Kramer most excited for this year? 

“With the help of SFLA, I have already done things that used to feel impossible to me. This program will not only make me a better activist, but it will also help me to articulate my beliefs with confidence so I can lead well both locally and nationally.”  

The Student Spokesperson program is just one of NINE different leadership opportunities within the National Leaders Collective. Applications open each January for group leaders of SFLA groups to apply for a year of mentorship, opportunities, and education with SFLA. 

Have questions about which program is the right program for you? Click HERE.  

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