Noelle Wolf is a philanthropist and producer, who began her career as a photo agent, transitioning to public relations, working with fashion designers and publications such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Vanity Fair.
For the past decade, Wolf’s focus has been the non-profit world, applying her skills and support to causes closest to her heart. She and her husband Dick, through their Wolf Family Foundation, are the naming donors of the Children’s Museum of Santa Barbara – the Wolf Museum of Innovation and Exploration (MOXI), where Noelle is also a board member. She also recently joined the advisory board of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation and was invited by founder Mariska Hargitay to be a board member of Hargitay’s Joyful Heart Foundation. Wolf also serves on the boards of The Alliance for Children’s Rights, Mount Desert Island Hospital and The Hawaii School for Girls (which she attended). In addition, Noelle chaired the Friends of Arcadia 25th Anniversary where she raised 2.3 million dollars for the conservation of the park. She has also donated her time to The Princess Grace Foundation, Lupus L.A., The Jackson Lab and The New York Stem Cell Foundation.
Transitioning to producing, Wolf is working on several projects under Wolf Entertainment. Born in Detroit, Michigan and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Noelle received her BFA degree from the USC School of Cinema and Television. She resides with her husband, Dick Wolf, and family.