Kamaria Womack is from Atlanta, Georgia. She was born and raised on the westside of the city in a community that was underfunded and over policed. In her youth Kamaria recognized that there severe injustices and disparities in her community. She knew she wanted to understand American government and politics on a deeper level so that she could find the faults and then work to rectify the deficiencies for America’s most marginalized.
This led Kamaria to finish undergrad at Georgia Southern University, where she majored in Political Science. While there she became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and held the position of Connections Chair for her chapter. She also participated in Model United Nations and was awarded Outstanding Position Paper and Outstanding Delegation. These roles fueled Kamaria's passion to become an attorney.
After graduating college Kamaria worked at Bellwood Boys and Girls Club. This reminded her of why she wanted to become an attorney and soon after she applied, and decided to attend Atlanta's John Marshall. There, she was an Editor on Law Journal, worked as a Professor's Assistant, and graduated ranked #5 in her class.
Following law school, Kamaria started her own firm that focuses on small businesses and entrepreneurs because she saw the urgent need to help minorities, especially black women, gain financial freedom. Kamaria's firm is also very involved in the community. The firm invests countless hours and resources into social justice reform. Kamaria is always in the community speaking, protesting, and educating the masses on politics.