In 1980, while still in his senior year at the University of Denver, Ginsburg founded Intertech Plastics. Intertech is a custom injection molding business, manufacturing products for the consumer, packaging, industrial and medical device markets. The company employs nearly 200 people out of two facilities and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to his business, Noel is the proud husband to Leslie Ginsburg and father of their children, Corey Ginsburg who works for Intertech Plastics and Ali Ginsburg who is a personal trainer and body sculpting competitor in Fort Collins, Colorado. Throughout his career, Ginsburg has been active in many community organizations, and was the founding chair of the Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (CAMA). The Alliance is focused on building manufacturing and manufacturing jobs across Colorado. In addition, Ginsburg is a member of the State Economic Development Commission and the Colorado Workforce Development Council, a board member of the Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, chair of the Denver Public Schools College and Career Pathways council, and was appointed by Governor Hickenlooper to lead the Business Experiential Learning (BEL) Commission for the State of Colorado. Ginsburg served as the board chair and general campaign chair of the Mile High United Way and the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado, served as president of the Denver Public Schools Foundation, and was founding co-chair of The Leadership Initiative and member of the US Youth Employment Action Network at the Clinton Global Initiative. Ginsburg was among the founding board members and is a past president of the Colorado I Have a Dream Foundation. Along with his wife Leslie, Ginsburg sponsored 42 inner-city children in the first class of “Dreamers” in the Colorado I Have a Dream Foundation. Their commitment continued through the children’s graduation from high school and beyond, spanning over 10 years and resulting in a graduation rate nine times the neighborhood average. In addition, Ginsburg received the Martin Luther King Social Responsibility Business Award in 1995, the Daniel L. Ritchie Award for Ethics in Business in 1998, the 2001 Leadership Denver Outstanding Alumnus Award, the 2012 Goodwill Community Leader Award and the Anti-Defamation League’s 2016 Civil Rights Award. Continuing his civic-minded leadership, he is founding Executive Chair of the Board for CareerWise Colorado, a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to building the middle class by closing the skills gap through experiential learning. CareerWise Colorado is building a system of youth apprenticeships across a variety of industries to ensure businesses have a capable workforce and all students have a clear and sustainable career path.