Emmanuel “Noble'' Williams is responsible for TPP’s business pipeline, program management, developing programming and fundraising. Also, a lead facilitator and circle keeper for TPP, Noble brings over seven years of Restorative Justice Circle Keeper and facilitation experience. He has worked with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals, students, law enforcement officials, attorneys, community members, and business professionals. Noble leads restorative justice circles, speaks publicly, volunteers, and mentors' youth through Communities for Restorative Justice, Everyday Boston, and Roxbury District Court’s CHOICE Program. Noble is a Teaching Assistant at Columbia University’s School of Social Work where he has been leading circles for the past four semesters. Noble Co-founded Men Exploring Their Own Obstacles, a curriculum that aims to address toxic masculinity, rape culture, and sexism within organizations, schools, institutions, and government.