Noah Levine

Noah is a social entrepreneur who builds purpose-driven businesses designed for global impact.  For the past six years, Noah has worked in West Africa (Senegal) as the Executive Director of SEED Project (Sports for Education and Economic Development), an education non-profit that uses basketball as a tool to develop African leaders.  Noah helped re-launch the organization, forge cross-continental partnerships, and firmly establish SEED as a premier sport for development organization.

Most recently, Levine helped launch a purpose-driven African food company, Yolélé Foods, that is introducing the world to West Africa’s oldest grain, fonio.  Yolélé partners with rural smallholder farmers in West Africa to sustainably source fonio and help transform local communities while introducing a new superfood to the United States market.

Noah is a native New Yorker and former student-athlete at Princeton University.  He currently lives between New York and Senegal.