City & Regional Planning, Energy & Transportation Planning
Tiffany Hoang graduated from the UC Davis Environmental Policy and Management Master's Program in June of 2019. She specialized in Energy and Transportation Planning and City and Regional Planning. She holds a B.S. degree in Biology and certificates in Environmental Studies and Business Foundations from UT Austin. At Davis, she founded the Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) Student Chapter and served as its President, was a Teaching Assistant for the environmental policy and city and regional planning undergraduate classes, and worked as a Transportation Researcher at the Policy Institute. She co-authored a report on automated vehicle governance that was featured in Forbes.
Prior to attending UC Davis, Tiffany worked as an Affordable Housing Specialist for the USDA Rural Housing Service Agency. She also worked as a Tribal Relations Specialist under the AmeriCorps VISTA Program and DOI. She has experience implementing, developing, and evaluating programs that assist disadvantaged tribes, colonias, rural, and low-income communities. Tiffany's first job after completing the EPM program is as an Air Pollution Specialist at California Energy Commission.
Tiffany hopes to use her interdisciplinary training to advance policy solutions to curb climate pollution and bring environmental, health, and economic benefits to communities.