Program Manager, Battelle
Noah Sudow currently serves as Program Manager for Education and STEM Learning at the Battelle Memorial Institute. In this capacity Noah engages internal and external partners in developing and implementing Battelle’s STEM education mission. He is also leading the formation of a new strategy to help Battelle find and spread educational innovations across its STEM Learning Networks.
Prior to working at Battelle, Noah served as an Associate Director for Economic Advancement at the Ohio Board of Regents, the state’s higher education coordinating board, where he was responsible for the state’s university research and commercialization agenda. While at the Ohio Board of Regents, Noah led the research and organization of Ohio’s Ten-year Strategic Plan for Higher Education and served as a Policy Assistant for Higher Education and Economic Development in the Ohio Governor’s Office. A graduate of the Ohio State University with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.S. in Economics, Noah currently resides in Columbus, Ohio