Noam grew up in Israel, Baltimore, and Nebraska, and she has since continued to explore new places. She attended the University of Chicago, where she majored in Philosophy and graduated both with honors and Phi Beta Kappa. She then completed Bryn Mawr College’s Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program, where she graduated with a 4.0 GPA. While enrolled in the program, Noam worked as a Public Health Intern for the Penn Memory Center, an integrative research and clinical care institute specializing in memory disorders. Noam currently works in Boston at the South End Community Health Center as a Rehabilitation Specialist. Noam has worked as a teacher in several capacities. An astronomy enthusiast, Noam worked as a counselor at a math and science summer camp, where she aimed to ignite the scientist in each of her campers. In college, Noam worked with the Civic Knowledge Project in Chicago to bring philosophy into public school classrooms. She has also served as a peer educator for premedical coursework. Her core strengths include philosophy, writing, biology, chemistry, mathematics, and test preparation for the MCAT (100th percentile). In her spare time, Noam enjoys hiking, cooking and eating good food, scuba diving, and discovering cities by foot.