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Chantelle Nickson-Clark

District 67

State Representative Chantelle Nickson-Clark represents part of St. Louis County (District 67) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She was elected as the first African American female of her district in November 2022.

Born in St. Louis, Nickson-Clark currently resides in Florissant with her fiancé, Antonio, and beautiful daughter.

Nickson-Clark is a 1995 graduate of Hazelwood East High School. She continued her studies in Community Research Fellows Training in Public Health and Community Partnership Basic Human Subjects Research Training at Washington University School of Medicine.

In addition to her legislative service, Nickson-Clark is the owner of A&C Happy Hour Wine & Spirits in Florissant. She also owns and operates Socially Her Chateaux Wine Garden located within her district. Previously she has held a leadership position in the mortgage industry with over 27 years of experience.

A two-time breast cancer survivor, Nickson-Clark has worked tirelessly as a breast cancer advocate for 12 years. She founded The Pink Angels Foundation and received many community awards for her vigorous efforts to those diagnosed. Her non-profit organization continues to be a lifeline to women diagnosed with breast cancer. Nickson-Clark has made a high-level commitment to serving her community.

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MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue


Jefferson City, MO 65101


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St. Louis

State Representative


  • Subcommittee on Appropriations - General Administration

  • Government Efficiency and Downsizing

  • Healthcare Reform

  • Professional Registration and Licensing

  • Special Committee on Small Business

  • Special Committee on Tourism

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