Noa Staryk

Board Chair, McKnight Foundation

Noa Staryk joined the McKnight Foundation’s board of directors in 1991 and began her current term as board chair in 2021. A 4th generation family member, she previously served as board chair from 1999 to 2004. She has also served on the boards of National Center for Family Philanthropy, Energy Foundation, Jackson Hole Community Foundation, and Groves Academy. In 1991, Noa earned her BA in community health from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island; in 1995, she received a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Chicago. Noa is a partner at CNote Management Company and lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.


Voices from the Field

Join the Climate Philanthropy Movement: A Conversation with McKnight’s Noa Staryk

Posted on June 9, 2022 by Noa Staryk

We sat down with Noa Staryk, board chair at McKnight Foundation, to learn more about their nation-leading approach to climate philanthropy. From grantmaking to investment strategies, Noa provides sharp insights and inspiration for other funders looking to join the movement. Please visit our Climate Change Content Collection if you are interested in learning more. NCFP: Can you tell me a bit… Read More