Naomi Franklin has worked in arts administration and development for major nonprofits, including the Eastman School of Music, the Kansas City Symphony and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in flute performance and is an alumna of the Eastman School of Music where she graduated with highest distinction. Franklin’s varied performance and teaching experience includes two residencies in China and concerts and master classes for underserved communities. She has freelanced in four different states, most notably with the Kansas City Symphony.
Naomi has a solid background in music ministry and currently serves as worship leader for her church and helps operate her family’s business, “Sing the Word,” which produces original Scripture recordings. In high school, she was involved in Generation Joshua and volunteered through that for several pro-life candidates.
After moving to Kansas City with her husband in 2019, Franklin felt called to enter the fight to defend unborn life. In her position with KFL, she is passionate about changing hearts and minds to uphold the cause of the voiceless.