Noah Drew is the Director of Fort Worth's Healthy City Initiative, FitWorth. The FitWorth mission is to inspire a sustainable culture shift toward increased daily physical activity and fruit/vegetable consumption for youth and their families. FitWorth also prioritizes programs aimed at care-giving adults and local businesses who provide the framework of support for the city's children.
Prior to coming to FitWorth, Noah spent over eight years with the Fort Worth Independent School District in several roles including physical education teacher, curriculum specialist, and most recently as the manager of a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Noah has authored or co-authoered presentations at many national conferences for Health and Wellness including SHAPE America, the American School Health Association, the Stonewall National Education Symposium, and the American Evaluation Association.
Noah holds a B.S. in Kinesiology from Texas Christian University and a J.D. from the Texas A&M School of Law.