Mr. Samba Fall is the founder and executive director of Multicultural Kids Network, an IRS recognized 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization founded in Minnesota. Mr. Fall has long been passionate about Multicultural populations and family systems issues and opportunities.
Mr. Samba Fall moved to Minneapolis from Dakar Senegal. Upon further research as District Wide floater for the Robbinsdale School District serving the African Communities and school staffs, he realized that an astonishing number of African's children in the United States were raised by parents, both formally and informally without a strong connection to their African values that are a wealth of Healing, entertainment and communication. He founded Multicultural Kids Network to provide a much needed cultural resources and healing to families working tirelessly to raise their children. MKN keep these multicultural children both connected and cultured. It develops a strong community of African children born in the United States and beyond with others.
Samba Fall is a alumni of the University of Minnesota. A University of Minnesota Award winner of African American Diploma for High Achiever, Paolo Freire International Grant only recipient in 2004 which he took to Africa to work for the local African families in partnership with the YMCA Senegal, YMCA Gambia and the US Embassy in Dakar. He speaks five different languages and is a happy father of four children all US born.