District D: Parent & Constituent
Educational Service Announcement
Brenda Zamora is a passionate advocate for education and equity elected to the CCSD Board of Trustees in November 2022. She represents District D, the largest and most diverse district in CCSD, where she is dedicated to improving the lives of students, teachers, support staff, and administration staff.
As a product of CCSD herself, Brenda understands firsthand the challenges that students and families face in the district. She graduated from Mojave High School in 2011 and attended Nevada State College with aspirations of becoming a teacher. However, as a single mother of two children, one with life-threatening medical conditions, she had to put her dreams of becoming a teacher on hold to care for her family.
Today, Brenda's two oldest children attend CCSD, and her youngest will soon follow. She has also dealt with the challenges of obtaining services for her daughter with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), giving her insight into many families' struggles. Brenda is committed to making these services more accessible and assisting families with IEPs.
As a Communications Coordinator in the non-profit sector, Brenda advocates for equal and fair access to elections and works to bring resources to families in low-income households. She is a dedicated advocate who believes that every voice counts and education is the key to creating a better future for all. Brenda's passion for education and her commitment to equity make her a strong voice for District D and CCSD.