Marsha Kimble-Simms is a licensed attorney in Nevada and California. She owns the Simms Law Firm, LLC, which is a general practice. The firm handle Traffic tickets, Criminal cases, Family law, Business Litigation, and Personal Injury. She has performed duties as a Judge Pro Tem in North Las Vegas and as a Contract Attorney for Las Vegas Justice and District Courts.
Marsha represented the United States with the People to People Ambassador Program for the first international joint law conference on women and children held in St. Petersburg, Russia. She is the first African American President of the Foster Care & Adoption Association of Nevada (FCAAN), and represented the organization at the Foster Care Round Table for Nevada. A registered nonprofit lobbyist she successfully obtained pay raises for Nevada's foster care providers and millions of dollars to improve Nevada's foster care system.
Marsha is the Vice President of the Southern Nevada Coalition of Concerned Women (SNCCW), a founding member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Las Vegas, Chapter, serving as the Public Policy Chair and represented the Coalition in Washington, D.C. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter, and a board member of Acerelo Clark County Head Start, President of The Eldorado II Homeowners Association, and the Recording Secretary for the North Las Vegas Township Democratic Club.