Director of Development
Noa is a nonprofit developer, educator, and storyteller. She graduated with a double degree from the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, where she was awarded a full-tuition Stamps Scholarship for her academic achievement and community engagement. While in school, Noa co-founded the Artivist Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to amplifying the voices of activist artists, and connecting them with local and global communities to advance social justice. She worked as a Multimedia Storyteller for the PeaceJam Foundation where she had the opportunity to work with Nobel Peace Laureates and young change-makers around the world. Noa is an Awardee of the Mandela Washington Reciprocal Exchange Fellowship, which allowed her to travel to Kenya to help facilitate a digital storytelling program for young women. Noa is also a singer/songwriter who has been recording and releasing her music since she was 14, and in 2022 she signed with indie record label, Pitch and Prose.