Patience Noah was born and raised in Monrovia Liberia. Her Family escaped the Liberian civil war and moved to the United States in 2002 and settled in Framingham Massachusetts. While in Framingham Patience attended Joseph P. Keefe Technical High School where she played Basketball, ran Track and Field and Cross Country. She was also a State Ambassador for Skills USA where she worked with her team to raise awareness about the importance of education throughout the State.
Upon graduating high school Patience attended the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth where she got her B.S in Marketing. During her time at Umass Dartmouth she ran Track and Field and served as a leader on several organizations but her leadership was mostly impacted through Encatus where she won the Platinum Award for Leadership in Service for devoting 500 hours towards Service.
After graduating college Patience joined the Insurance industry specializing in Property and Casualty insurance. After several years of working in the industry she discovered the communication disconnect between consumers and insurance providers where consumers mostly purchased their personal insurance products based on price and not value or coverages. She started Insurance Talk to educate the public about the importance of insurance and how to identify if they are adequately insured.