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Irma Clark-Coleman Wikipedia
Irma Clark-Coleman is a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan. She was a Democratic member of the Michigan Senate, representing the 3rd District from 2003 to 2010. Previously she was a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1999 to 2002.
Clark-Coleman attended Detroit Public Schools and holds a B.A. and M.A. in communications from Wayne State University. Beginning in 1967, Clark-Coleman held a variety of positions in Wayne County government; starting as a stenographer, and eventually serving as Assistant Director for Public Information to the county Road Commission, Media Relations Manager for Wayne County Executive William Lucas, Press Secretary to County Executive Ed McNamara and Director of Human Relations. Clark Coleman retired from Wayne County in 1998.
Clark-Coleman is married to Rev. Ron D. Coleman, Sr., pastor of God Land Unity Church. Clark-Coleman has two children.
In 1991, Clark-Coleman was appointed to the Detroit Board of Education - and served in that capacity until 1998. Clark-Coleman served as the board's vice president and president (1996–1998).
Clark Coleman was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives (district 11) in 1998 - and re-elected in 2000. In 2002, she was elected to the Michigan State Senate - and re-elected in 2006. Clark-Coleman served on the Senate Appropriations Committee. Under the term limits provisions of Michigan's Constitution, Clark-Coleman was barred from seeking re-election in 2010.2006 election for Michigan State Senate - Michigan 3rd District
2006 election for Michigan State Senate - Michigan 3rd District (Democratic primary)
2002 election for Michigan State Senate - Michigan 3rd District
2002 election for Michigan State Senate - Michigan 3rd District (Democratic primary)