Noah was born and raised in Broward County, Florida. Before coming to the Humphrey School, he earned a BA in Economics and International Affairs from George Washington University in Washington, DC. In undergrad, he was active in student labor organizing and anti-gentrification organizing in DC. During and after undergrad, he worked in an after-school youth center as a "jack of all trades," cooking snacks, keeping attendance, running billiards tournaments, and teaching music production classes. Noah's research focuses on the economics of housing and transportation inequality in cities, with a secondary interest in race, class, and gender disparities in the criminal legal system. As a primarily quantitative researcher, he specializes in using econometric methods and causal inference to understand how public policy and public institutions affect marginalized communities. In his free time, Noah bikes, produces music, and is involved in community organizing.
BA in Economics and International Affairs (The George Washington University, 2019)