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Helen Ho of Recycle a Bicycle, NYC

Eleanor's NYC's profile of Helen Shirley Ho of recycle-a-bicycle, New York.



Helen is a New York City native, an environmental advocate, and a thought leader in fields ranging from alternative transportation and waste management to environmental education and community empowerment.

Before getting her hands dirty in the bicycling movement, Helen worked for the NYC Parks Department and the NYC Health Department organizing on issues related to equity and access in parks, play spaces, and healthy eating. Her newest pet project is called the Biking Public Project which aims to expand local cycling advocacy discussions by reaching out to underrepresented bicyclists around New York City including women, people of color, and delivery cyclists.

Helen is currently the Development Director for Recycle-A-Bicycle and has her Masters in Urban Planning from Hunter College.

-- 2013


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