Noah Ponton

As a Associate Program Manager, Forced Labor & Human Trafficking, Noah supports Humanity United’s Human Trafficking & Labor Migration portfolio.

Before joining HU, Noah was a Program Assistant for the National Women’s Law Center, where he provided programmatic and outreach support for the Center’s Legal Network for Gender Equity and the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund. Prior to that, Noah served as a legislative intern for both Senator Thomas Carper (DE) and Representative G. K. Butterfield (NC).

During his undergraduate career, Noah worked in London for the Chief Human Rights Officer of Liberal International, where he researched human rights issues including the responsibility to protect doctrine. He also previously worked for a local refugee nonprofit and served on the executive board of his university’s Center for Social Justice.

Noah holds a bachelor’s degree with a double major in political science and peace, war, and defense from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is an Honors Carolina Laureate.