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Texas State Representative Nicole Collier


Nicole Collier is a respected attorney, small business owner, grandmother and mother of three who has spent her life working to obtain the American Dream. As a single mother of two children before finishing high school, she was bolstered by both her faith and her family to continue her education. She is a graduate of the University of Houston and Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, now the Texas A&M University School of Law. For more than 20 years, Nicole has been a strong advocate for individuals and families, and has now taken her skills to the Texas Capitol.

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Public Service

Nicole is the first woman to represent House District 95, in Tarrant County, and in November 2022, she was re-elected to her sixth term in office.


Nicole's appointment as Chair of the Criminal Jurisprudence Committee during the 86th Legislature made her the first woman in Texas history to serve in that capacity since the committee’s formation in 1879. 


In the 88th Texas Legislature, Nicole was newly appointed to serve as a Member of the Culture, recreation, and Tourism Committee and re-appointed to the Public Health Committee. Nicole serves on The Texas Legislative Black Caucus and several other caucuses in the House of Representatives, along with the Texas Indigent Defense Commission.

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