Sia Finoh

Office: Maryland House of Delegates, Legislative District 24
Status: Challenger
Party Affiliation: Democratic
City: Bowie

Being the Founder and CEO of Education for Africans a 501(3)(c) non-profit organization has given her an extensive outlook on human rights and women rights that impacts communities worldwide. In 2010, Ms. Finoh graduated from University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. During her tenure at University of Maryland she was a legislative aid to former Senator Nathaniel Exum. This was her political start in increasing her knowledge and gaining hands-on experience in researching and the writing of house bills. This also included corresponding to the district’s constituents and being a part of the planning of Student Legislative Week. This exposure became a pivotal point in her life because it confirmed her passion to empower the community and her activism for women’s rights. In 2015, Ms. Finoh was a single mother with a drive and ambition to further her education and became a proud graduate of American University located in Washington, DC with a Master’s in International Service.

Ms. Finoh is a proud member of the NAACP, Prince George’s Chapter, Women’s Global Empowerment, Education of Hope, Girls Hope and No Child Left Behind.