Home of the Arts (HOTA) has welcomed two new board members to its team, brand and marketing entrepreneur Fady Hana and global event and entertainment producer Thea Jeanes-Cochrane.

Chair of HOTA Robyn Archer was excited to announce the board’s newest members. “The board is delighted to welcome Fady to our number. I know he will bring a fresh voice to our conversation and now offers HOTA an invaluable twenty-first-century skill-set in business and marketing,” says Archer.

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said the new board appointments came at an exciting time for HOTA. “These board appointments come at a pivotal time for HOTA as we continue to see the precinct evolve into the true cultural heartland of our city,” said Tate.

Director of Communication and Marketing firm Flagship Fady Hanna is excited about the direction HOTA is heading. “HOTA is playing such a vital role in pushing creative arts, music and culture forward in our city,” said Fady. “The opportunity to bring a different perspective to the table and play a part in this innovation and progression excites me, it’s a real honour.”

Jeanes-Cochrane’s career in the entertainment and sports industry spans more than two and a half decades.”I am thrilled to be joining the HOTA Board at such an exciting time in their growth phase. I am passionate about ‘future proofing’ our City, by ensuring we stay ahead of the curve in both the cultural and technological arcs,” said Cochrane.

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