Dr. Kimberly Shmina has been fighting for your conservative rights for nearly a decade. Serving as a precinct delegate, a St. Clair County Republican Party committee member and a 10th District committee member, Kim’s determination and drive for preserving citizens’ freedoms helped propel her to the Vice Chair of the 10th District. In 2015, Kim wants to be your next Wayne State University Governor, providing a strong voice for your future.

Throughout the years, Kim has strived to serve others and make a difference in her community. Armed with a nursing degree, Kim began working with young mothers and began to see first-hand how local government policies and laws can provide assistance for families and children.  Kim has PROVEN leadership abilities including her experience as the Maternal/Child Health Director for Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians.  In this position, Kim was in charge of 27 counties and the health department had an 8 million dollar budget. Kim Shmina can manage people, budgets and resources, skills necessary to excel as GOP chairman.

Dr. Kim Shmina

Dr. Kim Shmina

Kim continued working with young people once she began teaching undergraduate and graduate students at Wayne State University in 2006, and even earned her doctorate in nursing in 2013 from Wayne State (along with her Bachelor’s from U of M, and Masters from MSU). As both a nurse and full time faculty member, Kim has a unique perspective on how government policy influences our healthcare and educational systems.

Instead of waiting for someone to step in and step up to create the necessary change, Kim became the voice of the people. She got involved. She’s 100% pro-life and a firm proponent of the Constitution. She’s proven herself to be a true leader in the fight against common core curriculum in her school district, proposing a return to a back-to-the-basics approach within the educational system.

Kim’s background starts from her small-town roots in Cheboygan County, and she understands that the key to promoting change is by fostering relationships, bridging gaps and focusing on collective goals that best represent the needs of the community. Kim still lives in a small town, residing in St. Clair County with her husband and children, and puts those small-town values into all she does.

Kim’s contact information is available on the contact page.