Andrew H. Do, MPH, is a summer lecturer in the Asian American Studies department, where he teaches Asian American Healthcare Issues. Andrew is also a regular guest lecturer at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, lecturing on accounting, financial management, and information technology in healthcare. An active alumni, he currently serves on the Board of Directors for the UCLA Health Policy and Management Alumni Association (HPMAA) and is a faculty advisor for The Liver Project at UCLA, a student initiative to fight liver disease and liver cancer by collaborating with nonprofits, schools, and other community organizations to perform para-medical outreach including education, fundraising, and clinical volunteering.
Andrew earned his Masters in Public Health (MPH), Healthcare Management, from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. He is a double Bruin, also completing his undergraduate degree at UCLA in Political Science (BA) with double minors in Public Health and Asian American Studies.
Andrew works full time as the Executive Consultant for Kaiser Permanente’s Medical Group Operations in Southern California. In this role, he acts as an advisor by structuring operational issues for resolution and leading the planning, management, and execution of key business processes associated with the Southern California Permanente Medical Group executive team, including performance management, strategic planning, communications, and tactical initiatives.