Major Noreuil commissioned in the Marine Corps in May 2006 following graduation from Brown University with a Bachelors in Applied Mathematics-Economics. After completing The Basic School and the Aviation Supply Officer’s Basic Qualification Course, she was assigned to Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 (MALS-12), where she served as an Assistant Aviation Supply Officer and Detachment Officer in Charge during select multinational and joint exercises.
In June 2009, Major Noreuil transferred to Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 3 (MWHS-3) aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and was assigned to the Comptroller’s Office. Serving as the Navy Budget Officer, she successfully accounted for Fiscal Year 2009 Naval aviation funding before separating from active duty and enrolling in a dual degree program at Northwestern University.
Following graduation, she joined the Selected Marine Corps Reserve, drilling with a General Support Maintenance Company out of Rock Island, Illinois. After eight months, she returned to aviation supply by accepting transfer to Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 41 (MALS-41) aboard Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas. With MALS-41 from November 2013 to August 2019, she served as the Logistics Officer and Aviation Supply Officer.
In July 2018, Major Noreuil reported to Marine Corps Command and Staff College in Quantico, Virginia. Applying her education, she began a 12-month active duty tour as the Installation Development Branch Head at Marine Forces Reserve Facilities in August 2019. Upon expiration of those orders, she remained on staff at Marine Forces Reserve as an Individual Mobilization Augmentee attached to the G-8, Capabilities and Requirements.
In September 2021, Major Noreuil began her current tour as the Executive Officer at MALS-41.
Major Noreuil earned a Masters in Military Studies from the Marine Corps Command and Staff College as well as a Masters in Engineering Management from the McCormick School of Engineering and Masters in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management, both at Northwestern University. She is the recipient of the Navy Commendation Medal (x2) and retains her Home of Record in Ottumwa, Iowa.