Noah Bopp is Founder and Head of The School for Ethics and Global Leadership (SEGL). Located in Washington, DC, SEGL is a nationally-recognized semester-long program for motivated high school students around the country. Its curriculum focuses on ethics, leadership, and international studies. Noah has over two decades of teaching experience, and is a frequent speaker to adult and high school groups around the country. His work has been featured in Foreign Policy, The Washington Post, and other publications. In addition to SEGL, he has worked at the Mountain School of Milton Academy (where he directed the History program), the Duke University TIP Global Dialogues Institute (which he founded), and St. George’s School in Newport, Rhode Island (where he taught history and philosophy and chaired the school’s Community Service Council). He is a graduate of Oberlin College (where he captained the men’s basketball team), Duke University, and the Klingenstein Private School Leadership program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Noah is a trustee of the Mithil Prasad Foundation, which was co-founded by SEGL graduate Rachna Prasad.