OSU Involvement: Mirrors Sophomore Honorary-President; Office of Student Life Resident Advisor; Politics, Society and Law Scholars-Professional Development Chair; BuckeyeThon-Stewardship Coordinator and Team Captain; Nisonger Center Student Administrative Assistant; Second-Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP)- Citizenship Cohort Deputy Director; National 4-H Council Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) Spokesperson; Ohio State Fair Public Relations Coordinator; James Cancer Hospital Radiology Volunteer; National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Member; John Glenn Ohio Government Internship Program (OGIP) Cohort Member
Favorite Quote: “Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see” – Mark Twain
Following her undergraduate experience, Noor will attend law school with a specialization in international policy and a focus on global citizenship. Afterward, she will work for a non-profit or government organization in hopes to better her community, country, and the world. As a life-long 4-H’er, an advocate for pediatric cancer research, and promoter of civic engagement, Noor is always looking to the future to pay it forward to the next generation. She is a strong believer that youth are the leaders of today, not tomorrow and any time spent empowering young people is time well spent. Noor is inspired by the personal narratives of loved ones and strangers alike and nothing brings her more joy than seeing people turn their passion into action and create positive change. Outside of the classroom, she loves to travel the globe, eat countless scoops of black raspberry chip ice cream, watch TED Talks, visit local coffee shops around Columbus, and capture life’s small moments through the lens of a camera.