Prior to the Goldin Institute, Cree Noble has worked at various organizations such as Mission and Ministry at DePaul University, Department of Housing Services at DePaul University, Deeply Rooted Dance Theatre Company, and New York University. These positions magnified her understanding of social justice, artistic activism, community engagement, and administrative and communication skills.
Cree received her B.A. in Journalism and Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies with a minor in Performance Studies at DePaul University in 2018. She then earned her M.A. in Performance Studies at New York University in 2019. She currently is a M.Ed candidate in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at DePaul University, where she plans on combining both of her Master’s degrees to become a Registered Drama Therapist.
As the Team Coordinator, Cree Noble uses her design and program management skills to provide strategic and technical assistance to all members of the Goldin Institute’s global team.