Organizational Mission

Nodes Operating Above Hemispheres (NOAH) is a non-profit organization that is fully dedicated to leveraging existing and emerging technologies that regards people, prolongs or improves infrastructure, and protects the natural environment while solving local or global recurring issues.

Organizational History

NOAH was formed in 2019 as the Internet of Things presented itself as the primary way leadership will combat recurring climate change and environmental problems. The CEO, Isadora Detres, is an independent consultant with a twenty- year career managing various technology implementations and collaborating on multi-million-dollar initiatives for international Fortune 500 companies. In 2019, Isadora expanded her services for non-profit opportunities to further use her education, experience, and vision. NOAH is organized to serve both established corporations and start-ups participating in building Smart Cities, using Smart Grid technologies, and the Internet of Things to accomplish projects aimed to implement green and sustainable solutions. NOAH additionally works with various resources to implement programs funded through donor support.


Today the Foundation is committed to using AI wherever possible, while supporting initiatives that coincide with the US Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs), and the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Machines Artificially Identifying Debris
Bionic Technology Leveraging Electronic Requests ®
offered by
NOAH Foundation for the improvement of local and global sanitation

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Please make checks payable to :
NOAH Foundation
And mail to the following address:
PO Box 3100
Warminster, PA 18974

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Nodes Operating Above Hemispheres Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit exclusively organized for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes within the meaning of Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.