We do what we love, we love what we do

We're Noble

Noble was founded in the early summer of 2012 by a close-knit team of co-workers who shared a common vision: help improve the way corrections assesses and treats the criminogenic needs of offenders. Our goal is very simple; we want to have the best assessment and case planning tools in the country. We do this by maintaining close relationships with assessment authors, using cutting edge software development practices, and most importantly, listening to our users.


Meet the team

Diana Norris

President

A Baylor graduate, Diana is our President, and can usually be found with a phone in her hand. We encourage her to not talk and drive.

Aaron Picton

CFO

Aaron is a refugee from the public sector and holds a BS in accountancy. We make him write the checks as a pennance.

Bryan Parke

Engineer

Bryan loves code. Code loves Bryan. He's been programming for the past 25+ years. You probably already guessed, but Bryan and Mark are basically identical twins.

Colby Brown

Engineer

A BSU graduate with a BS in comp-sci, Colby comes to Noble from Boise Cascade, and has a keen eye for UX. These days he keeps Bryan in check.

Mark Winterman

Engineer

Mark is a senior developer who is probably off designing an extensible architecture right now. Please don't feed Mark after midnight.

Jeremy Carranza

Trainer

Jeremy is our world-class trainer. You will most likely get to meet Jeremy in person sooner or later. He is everywhere at once.

Chandler Hine

Customer Support Engineer

A Texas A&M graduate, Chandler is our go-to gal for everything support! No matter the issue, she will swiftly help you resolve all of your tech needs.

Charlene Roberson

Bookkeeper

From coordinating company trips to managing extensive records, Charlene is very much the glue that holds Noble together. Plus, she ensures we all get paid!

Manisha Basavaraj

Quality Assurance

Manisha is one of the newest members of the Noble team. As such, she has the unenviable task of finding all that Bryan and Colby have broken while "fixing things."