• Social Innovation Fellowship


History and Political Science

Award Year 


Noah Glickman '23 is passionate about finding creative and commonsense solutions to the problems facing society that we don’t recognize in our daily lives. Growing up outside of Philadelphia, he had a chance to work with the local ACLU chapter and was taken in by public service early on. Since, he has worked with a Houston-based legal non-profit, managed a Rhode Island State Senate campaign, and is currently interning for a climate-focused, RI-based policy research organization. Applying his knowledge of political and legislative processes, Noah is particularly interested in approaching issues that traditional arenas have ignored. Specific areas of passion are legal aid, localizing the food supply chain, and improving educational outcomes. Noah is incredibly excited to be joining the third cohort of the Social Innovation Fellowship and can’t wait to roll up his sleeves and get to work for his community.