Noha Kikhia is dedicated to improving economic prosperity and well-being for individuals and communities. At Redstone, she has primarily worked in the firm’s Economic Equity and Human Services practices, prioritizing community-based approaches that elevate, center, and act on the insights and ideas of grassroots efforts and people with lived expertise.

Select Redstone Projects

  • Supported the launch of an initiative that drives more human-centered food access through the use of technology
  • Developed an innovative tool to track economic mobility and inform equity-oriented action to address racial disparities
  • Designed programs and advocacy strategies to direct $150M in funding to education and career pathways for foster youth and opportunity youth


Noha joined Redstone after being awarded a Fulbright grant to support small business development in Mexico. During that time, she launched an initiative to increase technology adoption among 300+ small businesses via an online diagnostic tool and digital transformation workshops in partnership with technology companies including Facebook, SAP, and Cisco. She has also worked to translate social science research insights into design pilots and as a researcher with Good to Great author Jim Collins.

In her free time you can find Noha practicing yoga, traveling, or trying out a new restaurant or recipe. She is originally from Colorado and speaks Spanish and Arabic.