Sustainability & Stakeholder Engagement
Noah Miller has a decade of experience consulting for mission-driven organizations throughout the private, public, and nonprofit sector on strategy, management, and communications. From corporations like Keurig-Green Mountain, Cabot Creamery/Agri-Mark, and the Bloomberg Companies to interfaith nonprofits like Kids4Peace International and Children of the Earth, Noah has led diverse teams in engaging complex social, environmental, and economic challenges.
As a former social entrepreneur in Israel, Noah has a background in multi-cultural stakeholder collaboration, consensus building, and program implementation. Noah was an Israeli National team lacrosse player, commander in the Israeli army, and has been a project manager for various international cross-sector initiatives, including projects led by the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces and the United Nations.
In honor of Israel's sixty-sixth Independence day, Noah was recognized as "one of sixty-six hero's of Israel" for his contributions to Israeli society. Noah also received the "Spirit of Lacrosse" award at the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships for his leadership in scaling community development programs across the Middle East, Europe, and Africa.
Noah holds an MBA in Sustainable Innovation and a BA in English and Community Development & Applied Economics from the University of Vermont, an MS in Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies from Champlain College, and has received graduate certifications from The Centre for Inclusive Leadership in London and NGO Catalyst in Tel Aviv, Israel.