Kimberly Warmsley is a Stockton City Council Member in District 6. Kimberly was born and raised in Stockton, California. Her roots were deeply enriched in Stockton’s most diverse and historically marginalized communities. Kimberly attended San Joaquin Delta College where she earned Associate of Arts degrees in Public Safety, Business Administration and Sociology. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology at CSU Stanislaus. As the former Chair of the Stockton Planning Commission, Kimberly has fought hard to ensure that Stockton is at the forefront of strategic planning to promote health and equity for South Stockton. Kimberly has a wealth of social work experience, ranging from medical social work, clinical services, emergency services and policy/civic engagement. As the Senior Project Coordinator for Reinvent South Stockton, she is invested now in ensuring that a collaborative lens is healing the community for decades to come.