Zoey is a Research Analyst and Program Coordinator for the Urban Mobility team, where she works on sustainable public transit, shared mobility, and active mobility projects. Zoey also supports the Ross Center for Sustainable Cities on monitoring and evaluating the impact of these projects around the world. As part of this work, Zoey tracks Key Performance Indicators to evaluate the Ross Center’s impact on CO2 avoided, People Served, Lives Saved, Time Saved, and Investment Leveraged. Along with teams in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and Turkey, she works to assess on-the-ground change while monitoring influence on local and national policy frameworks.
Previously, Zoey worked for a government contractor where she helped develop a marketing strategy for engineering services which included identifying target foreign markets and analyzing the potential of these markets. She has also worked for several environmental organizations to advocate for more sustainable land and water use, comprehensive consumption reduction practices, and climate resiliency.
Zoey earned a Master’s degree in international relations from the University of Oklahoma with a focus on public policy and the environment. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in food and resource economics from the University of Florida, where she specialized in natural resource law and Asian studies. Zoey is a graduate of Women’s Campaign School at Yale University, a leadership program to advance careers in public service.
Zoey is an avid explorer who enjoys traveling, kayaking, and hiking. As a 20-year member, she often volunteers with the American Legion Auxiliary to provide support to veterans and their families. In her free time, Zoey enjoys playing rec sports, learning Chinese, and baking cake.