101st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Representative Kimberly-Ann Collins

Representative
Kimberly-Ann Collins

District 077
Democrat

Elected:2020 
Years Served:
Hometown:St. Louis
Counties:St. Louis City

Capitol Address

Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 101-G
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Legislator Assistant:Jack Seigel 
Phone:573-751-1400 
E-Mail:KimberlyAnn.Collins@house.mo.gov 

Biography

State Representative Kimberly-Ann Collins, a Democrat, represents neighborhoods in the City of St. Louis; O'Fallon, Penrose, College Hill, The Ville, Greater Ville, Vanderventer, Lewis Place, Central West End, West Pine-Laclede, and the Grove (District 77) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She is a lifelong resident of the 77th District and was elected to her first two-year term in November 2020.

In addition to her legislative duties, Collins works hands-on everyday with individuals and families who face the reality of homelessness in the City of St. Louis. She works with grassroot organizations, such as PotBangerz, where Cathy Daniels is the founder and CEO, RedBike, where Kathleen Dunn is the founder, and City Hope STL, where Michael Robinson is the founder and CEO. She works with all of these tremendous organizations to help serve unhoused residents.

Collins graduated from the University of Missouri Kansas City with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Sciences and a minor of Arts in Chemistry. Although her background is in public health, her passion is serving her community.

She has been very involved while serving as an executive board member for the Ville Collaborative group, board member for Yeatman Liddell Full Service School, 21st Ward Event Coordinator, Member of the Area E Federation of Block Unit, Block captain, and active member of the Penrose neighborhood association.

Collins doesn't come from a background of politics but she was raised by two caring women; Linda & LaTonia Collins, who instilled in her the importance of doing things with love.