Noa is a filmmaker and actress. Her most influential work to date is the Toolkit for Rape Recovery – a twelve episode video blog series aired on YouTube. The blog follows Noa's personal journey towards recovery following sexual abuse and rape. Without hiding her face and without allowing shame to keep her quiet, Noa embarks on this brave quest, searching for peace of mind. The Toolkit for Rape Recovery was called "the best co-therapist, I could ask for" by a therapist that specializes in sexual abuse and rape trauma. The thousands of thank you letters Noa received mentioned how important it was to hear this information from someone else, to know they are not alone and that the symptoms from which they suffer are all classic symptoms. By filming an English and a Hebrew version and releasing them at the same time, Noa ensured that the project would have a broad outreach. Noa's first documentary, Oy Mama, was the story of her grandmother’s experience in the Holocaust, told from a unique, female perspective. It won best documentary at the GoEast film festival in Germany. She is currently directing a TV documentary about children born from sperm donations and preparing her first scripted feature film. Noa loves to study, but works in an entirely different field from the one she studied; her film-making career followed a M.S.C. in comparative politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a B.A. in history and general studies from Tel Aviv University.