Noelle Fitchett is a California native and first-generation college graduate. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Philosophy, concentrating on moral and legal studies, from California State University, Fullerton. Before graduating, Noelle taught mathematics and developed an interest in the philosophical topics of race. Her interest in racial disparities and mathematics led her to pursue a Master of Science in Economics at Texas A&M University. 

Noelle enjoys speaking on various college campuses to discuss her faith, political polarization, and advocacy. Noelle’s journalism has been featured in multiple news outlets, including Campus Reform, The CollegeFix, NBC News, The National Review, and The Huffington Post. 

Currently, Noelle is a research assistant at Texas A&M University and an ambassador for Young Women for America.