Noor grew up in Hartwell, GA before moving to live in Qatar and adapting to a new climate. She is a graduating senior at the University of Washington where she is working on receiving a double major in Economics and Public Health. During her sophomore year, Noor had the opportunity to study abroad in Rome, Italy for a six-week honors program exploring migration in history and today. Her project titled "Humans of Italy" is a collection of interviews of locals, refugees, and asylum seekers she met that illuminated the complex lived experiences of people in Italy. Noor went on to take a class on The Geography of the Developing World which strengthened her interest in international aid and development. Her final project called ‘Green Gold’ discussed high mass consumption of Olive Oil Production in Palestine and its relation to the notion of classical development.
Noor is excited to take on the role as an intern with the Global Classroom program where she hopes to reach others about the importance of discourse in discussing global affairs and development. Noor is also a service learning intern at the Boys and Girls club of North Seattle where she practices extending flexible learning styles by hosting a variety of activities to children from kindergarten to grade 5. This experience brought to her attention the importance of encouraging young children to learn about world events.