Kara Gendron is co-owner of Mott & Gendron Law. She lives in Central Pennsylvania with her family and assorted pets. In her spare time loves to explore nature, snorkel, and hang out with her four kids at Hershey Park and various sporting activities. Kara has been practicing bankruptcy law exclusively since 2001 and focuses her practice on representing individuals, farmers, and small business owners in bankruptcy cases. In 2021, she became a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee and a Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Trustee. Kara is a frequent course planner and presenter for national, state, and local bankruptcy law seminars. She is the Third Circuit Chair for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA); a planning committee member for National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT); a course planner Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI); a board member of the Middle District Bankruptcy Bar Association (MDBBA); and a board member of the Attorney Advisory Board for the MDPA Bankruptcy Court. In 2023, Kara was appointed to the American Bankruptcy Law Journal Advisory Board (ABLJ), which is published by the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (NCBJ) and she joined the Board of Directors of the American Board of Certification (ABC), which certifies attorneys as specialists in business bankruptcy, consumer bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights law.