Noah DiAntonio is a recent graduate of Harvard College in Social Studies with a secondary in Ethnicity, Migration, Rights. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a John Harvard Scholar and Susan C. Eaton Organizing Scholar. Noah wrote his senior thesis on alienation and worker-owned cooperatives in the United States. His work combined theoretical analysis with original empirical research and examined the role of participatory workplace organization in shaping worker experience in cooperatives. Outside of his research interests, Noah is heavily involved in non-profit social service and is currently working as a Volunteer Engagement Coordinator at the Karsh Family Social Service Center in Koreatown, part of Los Angeles, California, USA. In the future, he plans to pursue a PhD in sociology or political theory.