The Life of Noah McIntyre
Noah McIntyre was an outstanding cross country runner at his high school. He won the State Journal-Register Small School Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year award and came within two seconds of claiming state glory.
After receiving his training, he went on to become an internationally acclaimed Gratitude Coach, Speaker, and Course Creator with clients such as Landmark Worldwide and The Graduate Institute of Transformative Learning. Through organ and tissue donation he also saved many lives.
Early Life and Education
As a freshman, Noah McIntyre contributed greatly to leading his team to another consecutive Region II title. A valued student and dedicated athlete, he excelled in cross country as well as travel basketball league competition.
According to a Sacramento County district attorney investigation, three Sacramento County deputies who fired 28 shots at an unarmed man near Rancho Cordova highway last year acted legally, contrary to earlier findings by county Inspector General Rick Braziel who stated they exceeded their authority and acted too swiftly when shooting Thomas McIntyre.
Deputy Gabriel Rodriguez was the first responder to a disturbance call and encountered McIntyre on an embankment of a highway overpass, throwing rocks and attacking Wright.
Noah turned his creativity into a successful career as an award-winning landscape architect, owning and operating his own business – Noah’s Landscaping – which specialized in natural stone water features design. Additionally, he served his community by volunteering with Gift of Hope organ and tissue donation program.
As a junior at Monmouth, he competed on both its MAAC regular season and tournament championship teams, qualifying as an NCAA Division II national qualifier in the 1,500m event and earning the Greater Lehigh Valley Conference title for that event.
He enjoyed both basketball and running in local travel leagues. Furthermore, he was an outstanding artist and musician – recording several albums as a bluegrass musician while performing live with others. Above all else, however, he was kind and thoughtful person who saved many lives through organ and tissue donations.
Achievement and Honors
McIntyre was honored to earn the State Journal-Register Small School Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year and all-conference recognition while in high school. Additionally, he excelled as a baseball player – finishing fourth at Class 1A state tournament before going on to receive all-conference recognition at SIU Carbondale as a transfer student.
Professionally, he played for both Lakeland Tigers (High A) in the Florida State League and Erie Seawolves of the AA Eastern League where he posted an average of.283, hitting 11 doubles and seven round-trippers.
McIntyre stands out as not only an exceptional student and athlete, but an exceptional educator as well. She has won various departmental teaching awards as well as being honored with the CALS Graduate Student Teaching Award for her efforts in BioNB 2220: Introduction to Neurobiology II and BioG 1440 Introductory Biology: Drugs and the Brain courses.
Noah McIntyre is an Integrative Nutrition Health and Wellness Coach certified with Integrative Nutrition Certification Board who coaches people to make lasting health and happiness changes through whole foods and gratitude community building. As such, he has trained thousands of leaders, colleagues and entrepreneurs worldwide as a coach, mentor or trainer – including Landmark Worldwide, Inspiritas Enlignment Barefoot Books Estee Lauder Origins Send Out Cards BNI among many others.
He’s a member of OHS cross country team and competes in local travel basketball league. Additionally, he donates time and tissue for children in need through Gift of Hope Organ and Tissue Donation charity and was twice awarded The State Journal-Register Small School Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year award.
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He epitomizes a Washington archetype: a figure with lasting power who remains immune from election cycles or Congress’s mood swings, leading his firm from an elegant suite of Pennsylvania Avenue office buildings surrounded by powerful figures who quietly drive industries or markets without drawing much attention from outside observers.
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