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Sia Finoh is Bringing Fresh Ideas, Unity and Positive Results to Prince George's County
By: Sia Finoh
"Prince George's county is going through a great transformation and I want to be part of it because this is my home, this is my children's home." ~ Sia Finoh
Ms. Finoh is not stranger to the political world. She worked as a legislative aide to former Senator Nathaniel Exum and has experience in writing for house bills. She also is the Founder and CEO of 501(c)(3) Education for Africans. Some of the issues close to her are education, economic development, public safety and social services. Her new social media campaign will include more information about her background and platform in the race to become the next delegate for District 24. In light of the recent issues in the county such as corruption, lack of transparency and mismanagement, it's time to bring civility, honor and respect back to Prince George's County. Take a stand and vote for Sia Finoh in June 2018!
ABOUT SIA FINOH
Sia Finoh was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa. Her family came to the United States of America to flee civil war when she was 12. Since then, she has been a permanent resident of Prince George's County, Maryland. Ms. Finoh is a proud member of the Prince George's County Chapter of the NAACP, Women's Global Empowerment, Education of Hope, Girls Hope and No Child Left Behind. She's a devoted mother of three; a son who's serving in the United State Army and two daughters one who's planning to attend St. Mary's University to pursue her degree in becoming a veterinarian and the youngest is an 18-month old toddler. Please visit http://www.siafinoh.com for more information.