In 2019, she and her husband James created WhatupHomee to make it easier to connect, chat, share resources, and meet up virtually with Black homeschoolers locally and nationally.
Fall of 2020 they launched The WhatupHomee Collaborative, a community marketplace and online class platform made up of homeschool educators, public school educators, entrepreneurs, and professionals working together to provide Black students all over the world with access to culturally relevant educational opportunities.
Additionally, Mishawnda and her husband operate a real estate investment company called InvestMintz Properties, LLC. They find, fix, and flip properties in the KC metropolitan area.
Interviews and Media:
- Innovation Exchange: Who’s Gonna Watch These Kids?
- And The Church Said… Midweek Service: Homeschooling in the African-American Community and Church with Mishawnda Mintz
- Urban Talk Topic Black Homeschooling
- Dreams KC- Homeschooling 101 Advice From the Pros
- VELA Education Fund- Online Community Connects Black Families, Expands Homeschooling
- More Black Missouri Families Have Switched To Homeschooling, And Not Just Because Of COVID