Founder, CEO, and Editor-in-Chief
Noah comes from a long line of artists and storytellers, ranging from the professional to those who simply embrace the great gift of gab. (Noah proudly falls into both of these camps.) In dedicating his career to storytelling, Noah has had an unwavering appreciation for the underdog, routinely steering away from the big headlines in search of the powerful human backstory. Noah is grateful to be able to champion this approach at Narratively. Prior to launching the company in 2012, he freelanced full-time for The New York Times as a writer, photographer and video journalist, and he also contributed in those mediums to The Wall Street Journal and GQ, and worked as a product manager for Univision Interactive Media. Noah began his career at CBS News Productions, working on documentaries, news and reality shows for CBS and outlets including Discovery, Current TV, Food Network and the History Channel. He went on to become Digital Director of The Queens Courier newspaper group, where he pioneered the company’s use of video and multimedia and founded and edited Long Island City Courier Magazine. Noah’s work has also been featured by Salon, New York magazine, Channel One News and New York Public Radio, among other outlets, and he was a 2012 fellow at the City University of New York’s Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism.