Karlee Roberts, at her tender age, has decided to embark on a journey to conquer all that life has to offer. Grateful for her blessings, Karlee not only strives to persevere in her dreams, but to help others, as well. Karlee's professional career began as a print model. In these early years, Karlee busily worked for Good Housekeeping, The New York Times, Scholastic, Lillian Vernon, Target, JC Penney, Bloomingdales, Nick Junior, K-Mart, Toys R 'Us, Nestle Toll House, Simplicity Patterns, The Children's Place, GAP, Ralph Lauren and many more.
Using music for a cause, Karlee stands up to anti-bullying, something she is very passionate about. Karlee created her first single, "Call Me Whatever" from a poem she wrote expressing her experience with bullying. Sometimes stereotyped as a nerd or geek, Karlee invites everyone to "Get Your Geek On" this summer as she tours to promote tolerance and diversity. Karlee partnered up with great anti-bullying organizations working very hard to make 2012 and the years to come bully-free years.
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