Noble Network employees were recently featured in Crain’s Chicago Business “People on the Move”.
Check out their features below :
Chief of College
Dr. Aidé Acosta has been named Chief College Officer of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. Dr. Acosta has over 15 years of experience in working towards educational equity for underserved populations. Prior to starting at Noble in 2013, she taught at Northwestern University, Indiana University and her alma mater, the University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign. In her 6+ years at Noble, Dr. Acosta administered the Pritzker Access Scholarship driving nation-leading results for undocumented students and has led Noble’s strategy in improving college outcomes for Noble Alumni. Dr. Acosta earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California-Riverside and a Master of Arts and Doctorate in Anthropology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Chief Data and Innovation Officer
Moon Lee has been named Chief Data and Innovation Officer of the Noble Network of Charter Schools. Prior to joining Noble, Moon served as the Chief Technology Officer for Chicago-based Regroup Telehealth, where he helped build what is, today, the largest tele-psychiatry company in the United States. Prior to Regroup, Moon founded Servo, an impact-focused software development company that served a number of clients in the non-profit, government, education, and financial sectors. Over his 20 year career, Moon helped create or lead a number of other companies, including Trackvia and the Active Network. Moon studied law at Harvard Law School and completed his undergraduate studies at Dartmouth College.