Ben Noble is the founder and President of Noble Strategies, a full- service public affairs firm representing Fortune 500 companies, federal and state associations, universities, and a number of other business interests. Ben’s background and experience in politics and media relations provides clients with a unique ability to solve problems and create opportunity.
Noble is the past Chairman of the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance and currently represents some of Arkansas’ key industries including Tyson Foods, Nucor Steel, and Arkansas Rice. Arkansas Business named him one of “40-under-40” to watch in the business community in 2011. He is a member of the Arkansas State Society and serves as a Commissioner for Little Rock’s Sister Cities Commission as liaison to Hanam City, Korea.
Ben was a principal and board member of Troutman Sanders Strategies as it developed into a multi-million dollar public affairs firm. He also served a number of roles for two members of the U.S. Senate from his home state of Arkansas. His work for key members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senate Finance Committee, and Senate Agriculture Committee provided an intimate knowledge of the legislative process and a diverse background in issues.
FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT
From Ethel, Arkansas, in the heart of the Delta, Noble is a 1995 graduate of the University of Arkansas and a 2008 recipient of the University of Arkansas Young Alumni of the Year Award. He and his wife, Kyle Loveless Noble, have two children, James and Ainsley.