A True World Music Artist
ABOUT IMEH SMITH
Imeh Smith has always been musically gifted. From a young age, she began creating and writing songs, including a jingle she wrote at age 4.
She is the founding president of The Circle’s Edge, Inc., The Alvin T. Smith Foundation, and daughter of Alvin T. Smith. She is a writer, artist, musician, and aspiring entrepreneur. She holds a Bachelors Degree of Art from Howard University majoring in Communications with a focus in Radio-TV-and Film, and a minor in Theater Arts. An avid traveler, visiting all over the US, Japan, Korea, Egypt, Canada, and Israel. She was even groundbreaking in her travels to Onomichi, Heroshima, Japan - in a one year English teaching and exchange program - by being the first participant like herself (Afro-American) in that city on the JET Programme.
She is a connoisseur of music and - like her father - enjoys exposure to all types of culture, art, music, dance, science, religion, history, and language. In the past, she studied Chinese, Italian, Swahili, Japanese, French, Korean, and Hebrew. She currently has a working knowledge of Spanish and American Sign Language. She is presently working on several books, CD’s, and an array of art projects. Learn more by exploring the site, and feel free to get in touch with any of your comments and questions.