Libby Nachman is a 2019 graduate from the Master of City Planning program at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design, where she focused on transportation planning. In graduate school, she researched effects of bicycle education interventions on bicycling activity, self-efficacy and mode choice. Before attending Berkeley, Libby worked as Program Coordinator at the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition where she led the adult bicycle education program and the volunteer program. She has also previously worked in real estate consulting, research on the economics of biofuels, and traveled extensively through South America while volunteering at environmental nonprofits. In addition to her MCP, Libby has a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Carleton College.