As a Transportation Policy Advocate, Noah conducts transportation policy research and advocates for a more connected, equitable, and sustainable San Diego transportation system. Noah grew up in Los Angeles, and is thrilled to be back in Southern California fighting for a livable, thriving, and just future for San Diego communities.

Noah graduated from Tufts University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies. Through the American Studies department, he designed his own major concentration, “The Environment and Environmental Justice in an American Context,” which allowed him to dive deeply into a wide range of environmental and social justice subjects.

Before joining Climate Action Campaign, Noah advocated for increased access to healthcare and mental healthcare for incarcerated individuals with Prisoners’ Legal Services of Massachusetts. He also taught farm skills and environmental justice lessons to local youth with Groundwork Somerville, and led youth groups on outdoor adventure trips throughout New England with Apogee Adventures.

Throughout his time at Tufts, Noah was involved with labor organizing and was a Fellow at the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. He managed an on-campus coffee shop and led backpacking trips through a pre-orientation program for incoming students. In his free time, Noah likes to jog, cook, and spend time outside.