Noah Cole is a Legal Analyst on the Law Enforcement Response Team at Facebook, where he interprets incoming legal requests from legal entities in North America. Outside of Facebook, Noah is an active leader in Austin's nonprofit community. He co-founded and project managed the Community Engaged Research Course at Austin's local Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Huston-Tillotson University in the Fall of 2019. As a co-led effort between local nonprofit organizations MEASURE, Capacity Catalyst, and Huston-Tillotson, the course connected 16 students with 5 nonprofit organizations to conduct hands-on social equity research. The original curriculum taught students to conduct research that eliminates biases and combats racism.
Before moving to Austin, Noah was active in the national progressive political scene. He served as a Congressional Intern for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and as a White House Intern in the Office of Presidential Correspondence during the Summer of 2016. As an intern on the White House Comment Line, Noah received incoming phone calls from US constituents and conveyed their concerns, stories, and hardships to the Office of the President.
Noah holds a BA in Political Science from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. On campus, he led political engagement initiatives as Political Action Chair of the Mu Alpha Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, inc.,authored honors research on modern segregation in the US K-12 school system, and delivered the Emory College Class of 2017 commencement speech.