Noelle Gentile is a director, producer and artist educator, who seeks to create spaces for people to tell their stories through film and theatre as a vehicle for transformation, healing and connection. Noelle’s previous multi-media works include explorations on the lives of veteran women, the workers who helped rebuild New York after Hurricane Sandy, and the multiple identities of high school students. Noelle's most recent project was an immersive project, which took place on three floors, and explored the lives of American low-wage workers living on the margins. She is an artist educator with Workforce Development Institute, Capital Repertory Theatre, Youth FX and the Albany City School District.
Visiting artist at Arts Letters & Numbers Summer Workshop 2016 - 2017 and Information Poverty 2017.