She also has been a Teaching Artist with The Educational Arts Team in Jersey
City, NJ. In school workshops that she created, developed and conducted
include: Violence Prevention, Drug Prevention, and Integrating Drama with
Literacy and Social Studies. Camp Liberty is the Educational Arts Team's
summer camp that has approximately 250 children and 35 summer staff that are
hired and trained. She has been part of the senior staff maintaining the
day-to-day operations of the camp, as well as the Director of the Teen Mentor
Program, where she worked daily with 13-15 year olds. Each summer she has also
directed one of the camp plays that are produced. Some of her plays
that she adapted and directed are "How the Sun and Moon got up into the Sky,"
"The Myth of Osiris and Isis," "Ra-The Creation Story,"
"How Ganesh got his Elephant Ears," and this past summer's Irish Tale
called, "Brave Margaret."
Sobha has also been an Adjunct Instructor for Hudson County Community College where she taught Acting and Speech, New York University's Educational Theatre Program and the Teaching & Learning Department where she taught Integrating the Arts and Dramatic Activities for K-6 Classroom, both at the undergraduate and graduate level. She is also proud to have been an Adjunct Instructor for the CCNY Ed Theatre Program. In addition to being an actress, all of the innovation she practices as a Faculty Member in the CCNY Ed Theatre Program and her strong commitment to quality and accessible arts education for all, Sobha is a member of TAG (Teaching Artist Group) co-chair for the Teaching Artist Affairs Committee for the New York City Arts in Education Roundtable; On the Board of Directors for Spellbound Theatre; A Member of the TIOS (local AATE chapter) planning committee; has been a presenter at conferences including: NJEA Convention, AATE, Face to Face, NYU Applied Theatre and Pedagogy conferences; and NYU Teaching Artist Forum. She also had a brief career in Television Broadcasting with an Emmy Nomination for Booking Producer of “Living Dangerously” a one hour Dateline NBC report back in 2000.