Bao-Tram Do is the Founder and CEO of Emerald City Flowers, an award-winning and published floral design studio.
She is the former CEO of the Center for Women & Democracy, which empowers women to lead where they land in Washington State and beyond. Bao-Tram served as a Program Officer at Seattle Foundation and oversaw the foundation’s democracy portfolio. Her work in advancing women and people of color in leadership and civic engagement began as a community organizer registering low-income patients to vote at HealthPoint. Bao-Tram mobilized diverse communities in the electoral process including student voter registration efforts at Whitman College and serving as the board chair of APACEvotes amplifying Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders voices across Washington State.
In addition to her local impact, Bao-Tram has worked in global family planning at the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health supporting advocacy efforts towards global greater access to reproductive health. Bao-Tram served on the Summer Search Seattle board of directors and City of Seattle Immigrant & Refugee Commission.
As a Gates Millennium Scholar, Bao-Tram earned her MPH from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and BA in sociology at Whitman College.