Inez Maubane Jones

Inez Maubane Jones (C'95) co-founded a communications company, MCG Communications, which specialized in public relations, communication skills training, and publications in 2001. She launched Ulimi Lwami language centers in Durban and Cape Town, South Africa, in partnership with the S.A. Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) while at Vega School of Brand Leadership, South Africa’s largest and most accredited tertiary education institution.

Inez lived in Hong Kong for seven years and is a contributing writer for Toyo Keizai (Tokyo Business Today) where she covers social, tech, and educational trends related to parenting. She is the author of a children’s book series, The Contest, reviewed as “an important message of self-worth, empathy for others and searching and using what you’re good at to help others.” She is executive director of the nonprofit, Arts & Humanities Bainbridge. She also serves on the boards of Bainbridge Performing Arts and WEAVE Presents.

Inez and her two children live on Bainbridge Island, WA, where she is a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bainbridge. She earned a master's in journalism at Temple University.