Kara Culver grew up in Nebraska playing with her Fisher Price microphone, but never dreamed she'd work in radio. When she went to college, she took a radio class at the urging of an adviser, and watched God set things in motion. She transferred to JBU and completed her degree in '09. She was thrilled to return to NWA in 2012. Kara loves photography, baking, and long conversations with good friends (especially if there's coffee involved.)
7 Questions with Kara
What three words would your loved ones use to describe you?
Creative, empathetic, encouraging
Finish this sentence: "When I was five, I was pretty sure I'd be __________ when I grew up."
I went through a few different phases. First was the ice-skater phase, (we watched a lot of the winter Olympics at a formative time in my life.) Then there was the soccer player phase. Turns out I'm not quite athletic enough for either of those career paths! LOL. So then I decided maybe I wanted to be a writer or a photographer instead.
What could we probably find you doing when you're not at the station?
Camping with my husband, cooking, or hanging out with my cat while enjoying a good book or movie!
What is your most used emoji?
If you wrote a book about your life, what would the title be?
Handle with Care
What is your favorite quote?
"Laughter is the closest thing to the grace of God." Karl Barth
How would you describe your job to an alien who had no idea what you were talking about?
I talk into a magic stick (called a microphone), that lets lots of people hear me at the same time. My friends and I try to make lots of people laugh, remind them that they're loved, and invite them to get to know this amazing guy named Jesus.