Do is currently pursuing studies as an Environmental Psychology doctoral candidate at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center. His research interests critically examine the connections of social justice, bicycling and sustainability. His dissertation research will focus on a participatory action research project with food delivery cyclists in NYC to examine the cycling and working experience in the streets of NYC from the food delivery perspective. This work investigates the intersections of low-wage informal employment, bicycling, immigration, policing, and street planning. His professional career has included work on grassroots sustainability issues for environmental nonprofits such as the Sierra Nevada Alliance, ISAR, and the Center for Safe Energy along with environmental consulting with the Eurasia Environmental Associates LLC and other groups. In addition, Do served as an environmental education Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan. His previous degrees include a Master in Public Administration in Earth Systems Science, Policy and Management from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Molecular Cell Biology from UC Berkeley.
Research Interests: social justice, bicycling and equity, sustainability, participatory processes in urban and transportation planning