Noah Martin

Program Designer

Noah's Story

Noah is a double Georgetown University graduate completing a bachelor’s degree in the Biology of Global Health and then going on to complete a Master’s degree in Learning, Design, and Technology in 2019.

Noah has been working at the Red House for 3 years, starting as project lead on the Core Pathways Initiative, and now serving as the Senior Program Designer where he is responsible for designing new projects and monitoring existing projects, serving as design lead to integrate design processes to the work and to ensure stable and thoughtful growth of emerging work. Noah also serves in a limited teaching capacity at Georgetown, beginning with co-teaching a course titled The University as a Design Problem in the Fall of 2020.

In addition to his work at the Red House, Noah is the founder and creative director of FM-31, a social goods company started in D.C that makes high quality, handcrafted creative tools inspired by social justice issues. Through this work, Noah both maintains an active cradle to grave printshop and teaches workshops throughout the Washington D.C on bookbinding.

Noah spends much of his free time outdoors as an active gardener, baker, runner, rock climber, and sailor.