K. Zé Liu
eMobility Research and Visualization Analyst, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
Kangjie "Zé" Liu (he/they) is an Electric Mobility Research and Visualization Analyst at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. His/their work focuses on transport decarbonization in the global south.
Zé came to the American Northeast from Guangzhou, China to pursue an education. Zé studied global liberal arts and Latin American studies at New York University, and completed the Master of City Planning program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Prior to joining WRI, Zé interned at various research non-profits, including the China office of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy and the Asia & Latin America Program of the (Inter-American) Dialogue. Zé has also worked independently as a data visualization consultant.
Zé lives with his/their husband in New York City and loves to embark on long-distance train travels.
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