Tobey Noble is a program coordinator for the Infectious Diseases Initiative and the Health Policy and the Law Initiative at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Noble has worked in university programming and in advocacy. Through the pandemic, he worked with the American University community as an Orientation Leader, helping students navigate the transition to collegiate life amidst the challenges of remote learning and community-building. Later, he worked on behalf of the Human Rights Campaign as a canvasser. While canvassing, he advanced public awareness and raised over $75,000 for pro-LGBT legislation, such as the Equality Act and the Respect for Marriage Act, as well as litigation against state laws that jeopardize LGBT+ rights.

Noble earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master of Public Administration from American University. There, he learned the intricacies of governmental systems, how institutions deliver services to the public, and the human impacts of service delivery relating to economic well-being and community health.


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