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Inobe Thomas

Welcome Center Coordinator; Artist Teacher

Music Industry, Hartt Admission

The Hartt School
F 19–20
Education

MFA, California Institute of the Arts

MA, Full Sail University

BS, Georgia State University


Inobe Thomas is a diverse professional with over 15 combined years of experience in managing people and processes in nonprofit organizations, production management, and tour management. As part of the Music Industry faculty at The Hartt School, Inobe teaches a course in Women in Recording and Performing Arts.

Inobe is also a performing artists who has co-managed and performed multiple USO “Bob Hope” tours 2004-2008 to lift spirits and entertain American troops around the world. The tours included 18 countries across North and Central America, Europe, Greenland, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Pacific Rim and the Caribbean. Her world travel experiences have added a heightened consciousness to her art and activism that were already rich with hope and compassion for others.

Between 2006-2009 she co-founded a non-profit in Atlanta Georgia “Enjoy Art.” The organization worked with at-risk-youth to produce art and donated it public spaces.

Inobe has recently relocated to Connecticut from California with her family.