Noah Geller is a recent graduate of Stanford University. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, with minors in Mathematics and Computer Science. His academic interests were broad, but they mainly focused on political theory and phenomenology.
During his time at Stanford, Noah was instrumental in founding the university’s student chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, focusing on First Amendment advocacy and chairing the Social Justice committee. He also performed with several student arts organizations including Mixed Company—Stanford’s oldest all-gender a cappella group—and Stanford Light Opera Company. His leadership roles included Assistant Music Director, Financial Officer, and Business Manager.
Additionally, Noah has been involved with a variety of academic research projects, from analyzing astrophysics datasets for the Physics department to investigating California’s water policy with Stanford’s Bill Lane Center. He also spent a summer interning with The Good Earth Farm in South Dakota, where he acquired experience with agriculture and food systems, and worked as a freelance web developer during a pandemic leave of absence.
Noah hopes to attend law school in the future.