Like all family businesses, the children of the proprietors are often conscripted into service and Noah was no different! So Noah comes to McMillan Education having experienced firsthand its multi-faceted work with families and students for many years. Over time, Noah’s contributions to McMillan Education evolved from answering phones and greeting families to guiding students in the college application completion process and aiding in developing our comprehensive client privileged access to our W.I.S.E. Method Owl’s Nest, a critical tool serving our families’ educational planning needs. Noah now focuses on optimizing McMillan Education’s communication and outreach efforts to families, schools, universities and therapeutic programs. He plays a critical role in the development and ongoing refinement of McMillan Education’s educational planning online tools for students and families. He also continues to assist students in both the school and college application completion process.
Noah comes to McMillan Education most recently having worked as a Behavioral Health Professional for Pathways of Maine. In this role, he provided in home mental health support for low income families. This experience reignited his passion for finding the right educational and therapeutic environment for students.
Noah also has worked on a number of federal, state and local political campaigns in Massachusetts, where he combined his interest in the foundations and practices of democracy with his communications skills. He served as a social media consultant for a fitness company.
An enthusiastic contributor to McMillan Education’s community service initiatives, Noah loves guiding Beacon Academy students, who are from under resourced families in the Greater Boston, in their journey from boarding school to college.
The consummate student-athlete and a product of the work that is at the core of McMillan Education’s mission, Noah attended independent day and boarding schools over the course of his elementary, middle and secondary education. A graduate of Avon Old Farms School, much of Noah’s early educational journey was influenced by his love for and talent in athletics. Prior to attending boarding school at Avon Old Farms, where he played football and lacrosse, Noah attended The Fay School and St. Sebastian’s School, where he discovered his passion for Classical Studies and also played hockey. He began his undergraduate studies at The College of the Holy Cross, where he declared his major in Classics and played Varsity Football. After being medically sidelined from his Division I Football career at Holy Cross, Noah decided to transfer and ended up at Tufts University, where he graduated with a degree in Classical Studies with a concentration in political philosophy.
In his free time, Noah is an avid reader of ancient history and philosophy, an insatiable Boston sports fan, and an everyday listener to political and sports podcasts. He lives in York, Maine where he loves walking on the beach with McMillan Education’s Chief Wisdom Officer, Socrates.