Monitoring & Evaluation Frameworks

Strategy Development

Facilitation & Stakeholder Engagement

Policy Development & Analysis

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Noah is a Consultant at Aither, with a mechanical and civil engineering educational background and a wide range of experience in international development. Noah’s experiences and interests span across water-related topics including water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), climate adaptation and resilience, and disaster risk reduction.

At Aither, Noah supports a variety of global project work related to water policy and management. Noah’s skills and experience in research and reporting, facilitating stakeholder engagement, and critical thinking make him a valuable and effective member of a creative and innovative team.

Noah grew up in the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico, giving him an intrinsic appreciation for the importance of water resources and the communities that depend on them. As an undergraduate at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Noah joined Engineers without Borders and spent several months designing and implementing rural water filtration and distribution projects. Additionally, Noah brings international experience to Aither, acquired through involvement in several rural drinking water projects in Nepal. These experiences sparked his passion for water resources management through an international development lens, and led him to complete a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering focused on engineering for developing communities. Prior to joining Aither, Noah worked as a teaching assistant, research assistant, and intern in the WASH, disaster risk reduction, and rural transportation sectors.

Noah is amicable, honest, and approachable, and he provides thoughtful and detailed insight to his project work. His technical skills combined with empathy allow him to connect with a wide range of stakeholders in pursuit of effective and sustainable solutions.


Master of Science in Civil Engineering
University of Colorado at Boulder
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
University of Colorado at Boulder