Noelle leads scientific product development at Mavrx - an agricultural technology company based out of San Francisco, CA. Before coming to Mavrx, she worked in the Biotechnology sector as a research scientist developing sensing technologies for early human disease biomarker detection with Gaia Medical Institute and Alere in San Diego, CA. She has published research in the fields of electrochemical DNA sensor technologies, population impacts on natural resource availability, environmental & economic impacts of sustainable policy initiatives, and life cycle assessments of agricultural production settings. She launched and served as CSO for Charborn, a startup company focused on agricultural carbon sequestration technologies in 2013, leading the founding team to win 1st prize and $100,000 in seed funding in the Barrett National Business Competition in 2014. Noelle holds a BS in Biochemistry, and an MS in Environmental Science & Management- both from University of California, Santa Barbara.