Chief of Staff & Administrative Officer and Media Liaison, 150th District Court, Collaborative Commission on Domestic Violence
Noah Fuentes is a politically engaged, dedicated community leader on the rise in San Antonio with a diverse background that ranges from university marketing and political campaigns to administrative and organizational leadership. Raised by a single mother on the westside of San Antonio, Noah carries his life experience into everything he does. Noah is a proud graduate of Holy Cross of San Antonio and the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW). During his time at UIW, Noah worked at the university’s Office of Communications and Marketing, where he aided in framing media messaging for marketing initiatives used to promote the university, worked closely with area professionals, members of the press, and elected officials at major university events, and was even featured by the university in several advertising campaigns. Upon graduating in 2018, Noah worked as a Communications Fellow for Congressman Joaquin Castro’s 2018 re-election campaign where he aided in creating and strategizing content used by the campaign to engage voters and plan and execute various campaign events, including a campaign rally that featured candidates from across the state of Texas. Noah currently serves as Chief of Staff to 150th District Court Judge Monique Diaz where he has worked on a number of projects including a review of the current jury duty process in Bexar County and creating an inclusive environment by establishing internship and clerkship opportunities for individuals seeking a career in the legal field. Noah also serves as the Administrative Officer and Media Liaison to the Collaborative Commission on Domestic Violence (CCDV), a first of its kind joint City of San Antonio/Bexar County initiative that works in collaboration with elected officials, community leaders, governmental agencies, victims, and perpetrators to curb domestic violence in San Antonio. In this current role, he has worked to help educate his community on domestic violence by organizing and executing an innovative Domestic Violence Awareness Symposium in San Antonio that garnered over one thousand participants over the course of a day and a half and featured presentations by experts in the field, a legislative conversation with U.S. Reps. Joaquin Castro and Lloyd Doggett, as well as a keynote address from San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills. When he’s not doing any of the above, he enjoys spending time listening to good music, sipping exceptional coffee, and riding his bike throughout the city.