Toniko Cobb


Ms. Cobb was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After nine years of parochial school education, Ms. Cobb transferred to CHAD where she graduated as valedictorian of her class. While as a student at CHAD, Ms. Cobb took advantage of the many opportunities provided by CHAD. This included studying architecture at University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, industrial design at Lehigh University and the art of story boarding at Moore College of Art.

Ms. Cobb then went on to attend Penn State University in University Park, Pennsylvania, graduating with degrees in Integrative Arts and Architectural Studies. During her time as a college student, Ms.Cobb lived and studied in Rome, Italy, as well as on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in Lame Deer, Montana where she used her knowledge of sustainable design to design a learning center and back packed around Europe. Prior to teaching at CHAD, Ms. Cobb worked for an architecture firm in the Washington, D.C. area where she helped to design custom houses and apartment complexes. When Ms. Cobb is not teaching, she enjoys traveling the world, taking yearly trips to the Caribbean with her family, volunteering, dancing, working on puzzles and riding her motorcycle. Ms. Cobb is excited to be back at CHAD giving back the opportunities she was given.

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