Noa Rimer is currently studying social and community education and special education at “Oranim” college at Kiryat Tiv’on, specializing in environmental leadership. She has experience in teaching junior high students sustainable gardening and environmentalism. At 2013 She graduated from the Arava Institute for Environmental studies program of Ben Gurion University. During the time of her studies she was a leading activist in Megama Yeruka- chained herself to a bulldozer to protect the Samar dunes and filmed activist training series. Noa completed an urban Permaculture course at city tree Tel Aviv. She joined YEEPI in 2013, believing in the importance of enabling positive encounters between Arab and Jewish youth. She is currently teaching at a high-school at Basmati Tiv’on.