Thomas Watson Giovanni was born in 1969 to his mother, Nikki Giovanni, an American commentator, poet, writer, activist, and educator. When Thomas was born, his mother was not married, and people accused her of setting a bad example for being a single mom.
Talking of what Thomas Watson does to earn a living, that information is yet to be revealed. Thomas’ mother does not like talking about her son, and so much information on what he is up to now is unknown. Given what Thomas does to earn a living is unknown, his net worth cannot be estimated.
Personal Life and Educational Background.
Details on if Thomas Watson Giovanni is married have been kept from the public. He likes to keep a low profile, but there is information that his mother has a granddaughter through her only son, Thomas, making Thomas Watson a father. But there are no details if he has any other children or if it is just his one daughter.
Thomas Watson Giovanni must have gone to school, given that his mother was and is still an educator. The institutions he attended are unknown, and so are his highest education qualifications.
Nikki Giovanni was born in Knoxville to her parents, who worked at Glenview school; they often had domestic fights, and Nikki moved out to live with her grandparents. She went to Austin High School and joined Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. While in the university, she reinstated the university chapter of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, published an essay on gender issues, and edited a student literary journal.
On completing her university education, Thomas Watson’s mother lost her grandmother, and she turned to writing as a way of coping with the loss of her loved one. She mostly wrote poems later incorporated into her collection Black Feelings, Black Talk. A year later, she studied for a semester at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work before moving to New York.
Thomas’ mother began teaching at Livingston College in 1969, the same year she had her son; she was also a member of the Black Arts Movement. With the birth of Thomas, Nikki started writing children’s books since children need different content from adults’.
A year after the birth of Nikki’s son, she started appearing on the TV program Soul. The show promoted black art and culture and hosted important black guests, including Muhammad Ali, Jesse Jackson, and Stevie Wonder.
Over the years, Thomas Watson’s mother has written several poems and has received many awards, and she is considered one of the richest poets, with her net worth estimated to be 5 million dollars.
Thomas is not on social media platforms; no Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter related to him have been found. It is also rare to find his pictures on the internet except for the ones his mother posted. His mother joined Twitter in 2018 but has not been active; she also has an Instagram account with over 15k followers with 15 posts, most of which are pictures of her and her family.