Reimagining Education

Samoy Mainda

Community Outreach Associate - Kansas City

Samoy Mainda was born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina. She now resides in Belton, MO, which is a suburb of Kansas City, MO with her husband Fred and their three children, Hannah (13), Seth (5), and Gabriella (4). Samoy is currently enrolled online at Southern New Hampshire University, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Human Services with a concentration on child and
family development.
Since 2016 Samoy has been advocating for school choice in Missouri to see that
not only her children, but all children in the state of Missouri have school options.
This has been her passion from day one, which has allowed her to witness the
signing of House Bill 1552 in Jefferson City by Governor Mike Parson. HB 1552 expanded the Missouri Course Access Program so all children in Missouri can access virtual education.
Samoy is thrilled to be part of the CEAM team and work alongside other strong
advocates for school choice. She strongly believes and advocates that no one
should ever tell a parent their child/children do not have school choice options.
Children should have an education that fits their needs, in order for them to be
successful in every aspect of their lives.