Kara Gendron has been practicing bankruptcy law exclusively since 2001 and focuses her practice on representing individuals, farmers, and small business owners in bankruptcy cases. She lives in Central Pennsylvania with her husband, four children, and assorted pets, including dogs, goats, and chickens. Kara is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) where she serves as the 3rd Circuit Community Leader, Director of the Pennsylvania Middle District Bankruptcy Bar Association, past President of the MDBBA, board member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Review and Certifying Board, and has served for several years as a course planner for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's (PBI) Annual Bankruptcy Institute. She is a bankruptcy court certified mediator and taught bankruptcy law for several years at the Widener School of Law. Kara is well known for her pro bono work and is a frequent presenter at bankruptcy law seminars and webinars, including NACBA, PBI and the MDBBA.