Emily Tranter - N.O.I.S.E. National Coordinator
Emily Tranter is the National Coordinator for N.O.I.S.E, coordinating policy and outreach efforts. Ms. Tranter advocates for affected communities by bringing together local airport officials and federal policymakers to work on federal policies to reduce unreasonable levels of aviation noise through a combination of quieter aircrafts, increased noise abatement resources, and opportunities for local communities to contribute to airport expansion decisions.
Ms. Tranter serves as Contributing Editor for the Federal Transportation Advocate and is regularly asked to address and brief local elected officials on transportation and related economic/infrastructure development projects. Ms. Tranter also served on the staff of former Minnesota Senator Mark Dayton.
Vince Spinner - N.O.I.S.E. Communications Director
Vince Spinner is the Communications Director for N.O.I.S.E, where he implements a comprehensive monitoring and communications strategy to ensure affected communities, local airport officials, and federal policymakers are aware of ongoing issues related to aviation noise. In addition, Vince works to keep members apprised of N.O.I.S.E. progress through email, social media, and this website. Vince works closely to support the Executive Director in advocacy efforts on behalf of affected communities in the federal government. Vince also serves the N.O.I.S.E organization by marketing the Annual Spring Legislative Briefing and Fall Policy Summit and Community Involvement Workshop, where he connects leading aviation speakers with community stakeholders from across the United States.
Vince brings both legislative and communications experience to N.O.I.S.E., having worked on multiple political campaigns and having served in the office of Virginia Congressman Scott Rigell. Vince received his B.A. in Economics from Carleton College in 2015.