First and foremost, a wife and mother, Karen is a long time advocate of family values and constitutional rights. She and her family moved to New Hampshire in 1993 following her husband’s career in the Air Force. Along with a group of concerned citizens, she brought the introduction of Goals 2000 into New Hampshire to a standstill. In 2000, Karen founded and became the Executive Director of Cornerstone Policy Research, the New Hampshire arm of a national Family Policy Council network. Through her organization she became the leading voice for the traditional family not only here in New Hampshire, but she became the “go-to” person for national pro-family organizations coming into the Granite State.
Karen is a leading voice for the traditional family. She led the fight on numerous family rights issues such as parental notification, the definition of marriage and educational choice. She has been a founding board member of the National Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies, Liberty Harbor Academy, NH Chapter of Smart Girl Politics, and other entities. Karen has worked closely with the Granite State Taxpayers, Second Amendment Sisters, the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, Right to Work and the Granite State Patriots demonstrating her ability in building coalitions.
A radio talk show host, Karen is a strong advocate for citizen involvement, and she strives to educate, encourage and guide her listeners into action. A former teacher, Karen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology. As a military mother and wife, Karen has worked closely with several military organizations.
Testerman for Senate
P.O. Box 3874
Concord, NH 03302