CBR Appoints Renee Kling as Project Director for Kentucky

Renee Kling

Renee Kling will lead pro-life activism in Kentucky!

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR), Southeast Region Operations, is pleased to announce the appointment of Renee Kling of of Cold Spring, Kentucky, as our newest Project Director, primarily responsible for projects in Kentucky.

Renee is a recent graduate of Eastern Kentucky University (EKU), where she was a founding member and later president of the EKU Students for Life.  During her junior year, the Students for Life hosted CBR’s Genocide Awareness Project (GAP).  She saw how effective it is to simply show people the truth about abortion.

Some of her priorities for the Commonwealth will include

  • GAP displays at Kentucky’s largest unviersities,
  • Choice Chains all over the state,
  • leadership training/mentoring for the next generation of pro-life leaders.

Renee has always been active in Christian and pro-life ministry.  At EKU, she was a leader in the Newman Center campus ministry, and from there joined the effort to rejuvenate pro-life activism on campus.  In addition to hosting GAP, EKU Students for Life hosted CBR’s Pro-Life Training Academy, created a Cemetery of the Innocents (cross display), hosted a debate between CBR Southeast Director Fletcher Armstrong and a pro-abortion faculty member on campus, and conducted many other projects.

Even as a high-school student, Renee was active in pro-life work, participating in such projects as the March for Life and the Cemetery of the Innocents.

She is excited to start her ministry with CBR, but not as thrilled as we are to have her join our staff.  Welcome aboard, Renee!  We’re expecting GREAT!

If you’d like to support Renee (or any of our new staff members), it’s quick, easy, and secure to support CBR online.  Whatever you can do will make a huge difference.  To support Renee’s work in Kentucky, designate your gift for “Kentucky Projects (SE-RMK).”

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