Fellow, Data + Digital
Jenn Noinaj is a social impact strategist, researcher, and designer passionate about creating products and services that are inclusive for all.
She comes to the Beeck Center from the US Digital Service where she partnered with various agencies to transform digital services across government, building capacity in technology and design and championing a user-centric culture. In this role, she worked on projects that improved federal hiring practices to ensure a fair and equitable process for applicants, gave firefighters the resources, training, and equipment they needed, and helped utility operators model, manage, and secure the nation’s energy grid.
Prior to joining the public sector, Jenn worked in a variety of industries including tech, healthcare, and financial services where she helped teams shape the strategy and vision of their products and specialized in designing and delivering digital solutions. She has her Bachelor’s in Information Systems from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Strategic Design and Management at Parson’s School of Design. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, playing board games, and hanging out with her cat, Fennec.