As the Fundraising and Communications Associate, Noah supports AHI’s mission to tackle global housing issues concerning affordable housing, finance, and development by way of research, analysis, and consultancy. Noah’s interest in affordable housing stems from being born and raised in Los Angeles; there, he witnessed firsthand the debilitating effects that unaffordable housing has on communities across the city. Noah comes to AHI having previous experience researching, writing, and enacting policies related to homelessness and housing for city and county officials.
Noah is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara where he earned his B.A. in History of Public Policy with an emphasis in Political Science. There, he conducted research on negotiation and diplomatic strategies relating to U.S.-Middle East relations. Before joining AHI, Noah worked for the Homeless Initiative, County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, and City Councilor Mike Bonin.
In addition to his passion for affordable housing, Noah likes to read historical fiction, watch baseball, and cook and eat new food. Noah is excited to bring his education, experience, and passion to AHI in order to research policy solutions to housing affordability challenges around the world.