Noa is the community manger at Colu, a platform for creating local currencies and building local economies, using blockchain technology. Former head of of content and digital department at The Rothschild foundation, before that she was a director of a social start-up accelerator in J-M, head of social activism department of Hebrew U, Israel emissary in Columbus Ohio, high-school educator, and occasionally a speech writer for politicians.
She has a solid experience with building both offline and online communities, such as this: a social media career initiative that offers jobs in the humanities and social sciences fields (the largest FB of its kind in Israel).
Noa graduated from Hebrew University’s Revivim interdisciplinary Humanities Honors program, plus a really fun summer at Princeton U. Lives in Pardes Chana Karkur (not as far as it sounds) with her hubby Omer and daughter Yuval (and pet chicken Koritza).