Noah Maphis

I’m the Director of Community Outreach and Corporate Events and am also the Director of Cobb’s 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, Imprint. I’ve been involved in nonprofit work since 2017, and have worked on both causes local to Virginia, and across the world, including Costa Rica, and Latvia. In my free time, I like being outside, hanging with my friends and family, and watching Beyoncé music videos.

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How Non-Profits Can Gain Access to Copiers That Fit Your Budget

There is a very good reason 501c3 non-profit organizations are tax exempt; the funds they spend go directly towards bettering their community, the people that live in it, and our world as a whole.

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Office Coffee Brewing

You may have missed it, but August was National Coffee Month. Now who thought of choosing the middle of summer for celebrating a beverage...

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Cooking With Cobb Episode 7 - Noah's Sick Soup

This soup is a holy grail as the weather gets cooler- I live by this recipe! It’s full of ingredients that will help clear you out and fight off any...

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Cooking With Cobb Halloween Edition - Witches' Brew

We’re back… just in time for Halloween and this episode is a fun one. Today we’re making some Witches’ Brew- a spooky punch that is so easy to throw...

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Cooking With Cobb - Overnight Oats

We are back!!!!! And this week’s episode is a fun one- we are making overnight oats three different ways but this time we have our very own, Greg...

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Cooking With Cobb - Cobb Salad

It’s about that time to bring you another yummy recipe from the break room! This time we’re making....(drum roll).... Cobb Salad! (We couldn’t...

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Cooking With Cobb - Peach Cobbler

Happy Tuesday we're back in the breakroom bringing you one of my all-time favorite summer recipes, Peach Cobbler. Seriously this may be the easiest...
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Cooking With Cobb - Cucumber Salad

I guess it is safe to say that COVID-19 has our creative juices flowing!? It all started earlier in the season when we noticed the Cobb garden was...

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