Noah Attal is a Syrian American UM Earth and Environmental Science graduate, who currently works as a researcher at the intersection of water sustainability, affordability, and health. He hopes to inform data driven policy solutions to humanitarian issues both domestically and internationally through conducting community driven research. To date, Noah has helped develop a suite of socio-economic sustainability indicators for Great Lakes' management with the UM Water Center and assisted in the NAACP’s legal claim against the City of Detroit against water shutoffs, providing data and statistical evidence. Outside of work Noah enjoys kayaking, hiking, and working with his hands. He also appreciates history, food, and the lunar calendar.