Noa Raman was born in San Francisco as a first-generation American to Israeli parents. She received her bachelor’s degree in international affairs from Lewis & Clark College, where she concentrated her coursework on the Middle East. Noa received a grant to visit Israel to research her thesis Causes of Territorial Disputes: How Uncertainty and Resources Contributed to the 1967 Six-Day War and made Aliyah—by herself—in June 2018. Previous to moving to Israel she worked on StandWithUs' campus team for 3 years mentoring college students in the Northwest United States to advocate for Israel and combat antisemitism. Today, Noa is the Director of Partnerships at StandWithUs, where she coordinates efforts and educates students from around the world about Israel’s day-to-day realities. In October 2022, Noa graduated with a master’s degree in disaster management and humanitarian aid from Tel Aviv University.