Noa Zimmerman is a 21 year-old singer/songwriter from San Francisco, California. When she was 14 she self-produced her first album, and has since released four more with the help of SoundWire Productions. You can find her two most recent albums as well as her newest single, Rapture on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and other major online music vendors. She is currently studying at USC's Thornton School of Music, double-majoring in Popular Music for Songwriting and Music Production. In addition to the work she's done with her own music, Noa also founded a non-profit music program called Soundwaves: Marin City Youth Music Academy. Soundwaves provides free music lessons, scholarships, and instruments to underprivileged kids in Marin City, California. She is also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Artivist Foundation which is building a virtual community platform to amplify the voices of activist artists, and connect with local and global communities to fight for social, racial, environmental, and economic justice. Noa was awarded the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership's Heart of Marin Youth Volunteer of the Year Award in 2017 for her work with Soundwaves. She continues to be involved with these organizations while pursuing her degree as well as other projects including upcoming musical releases.