Noelle Flores Théard is a photographer, educator, and arts administrator. She holds a BA in Journalism from UT Austin, an MA in African Diaspora Studies from Miami's FIU, and an MFA in Photography from Parsons The New School for Design.

She works full-time with the programs team at the Magnum Foundation, a nonprofit that expands creativity and diversity in documentary photography. She teaches Core Studio Thesis in the BFA Photography program at Parsons School of Design, and she is also online faculty in African Diaspora Studies and Art History at Florida International University.

Noelle is a founding member of FotoKonbit, a Haitian/US non-profit that empowers Haitians to tell their own stories and document their communities through photography.

In Miami, Noelle created the photography program at MOCA and was the photography discipline coordinator for the YoungArts Foundation.