House District 87
Rep. Karen Camper (D) serves as a member: Banking and Consumer Affairs Subcommittee, Calendar and Rules Committee, Commerce Committee, Select Ethics Committee, Select Ethics Subcommittee, Finance, Ways, and Means Committee, Finance, Ways, and Means Subcommittee, Government Operations Committee, Select Committee on Rules, Joint Commerce, Labor, Transportation and Agriculture, and the Joint Pensions and Insurance. Vote score, leadership grade, and legislation information here is from 2020, the second year of the 111th General Assembly Session. It will be updated at the conclusion of the 2021, the first year of the 112th General Assembly Session. Look for that information around the end of May or early June, 2021. Rep. Camper neither sponsored or co-sponsored any bills supported by TLRC based on our liberty values. She had a higher than her party's average vote score of 87.5%. Still, it was below the all-member average of 93.5% and we observed no other instances of noticeable leadership. We should all be able to agree that America is the best country on earth and Tennessee is among the best states, and that we should work together to preserve and expand those ideals.
Rep. Camper has one child. She is a retired Chief Warrant Office Three with the US Army. She is owner of Key II Entertainment and a substitute teacher in the Memphis city school system. She serves as Democratic Caucus Treasurer and is TN State Director: National Foundation for Women Legislators. She is a member of the Shelby County Delegation, Tennessee Legislative Black Caucus, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #11333, NAACP, Charter Member of Women in Military Service for America, Lifetime Member of Black in Government, National Caucus of Environment Legislators, CSG Toll Fellow, NOBLE Women, and Black in Government. She is board member of National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women, Vice Chair of Tennessee Economic Council on Women, Board member of Women's Actions for New Directions Region IV Chair of National Black Caucus of State Legislators and Second Vice President Chair, Shelby County Delegation. She is Executive Director of the Humble Hearts Foundation, Inc.