Meet Lynna Do

Lynna Do is committed to lending a voice to those in her community who may not have one. Compassionate and determined, her dedication to public service threads throughout her personal and professional life. She has held leadership roles advocating for women and children, mental health services, education, and diversity and inclusion. An active member of her community, Lynna values building strong relationships with the people around her.

Over the last 15 years, Lynna has lent her experience to three Leagues: the Junior League of Palo Alto•Mid-Peninsula (JLPA•MP), the Junior League of San Francisco (JLSF), and the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay(JLOEB). She served as the President of JLOEB, and was a State Public Affairs Committee delegate for both JLOEB and JLPA•MP. She is now a Sustainer in the Junior League of Palo Alto•Mid- Peninsula.

While President of JLOEB, Lynna spearheaded the effort to make food, clothing, housing, and jobs readily available to local families, with the goal of ultimately helping those in need to become self-sufficient. As State Public Affairs Committee Delegate, she advocated for legislation to help women and children in California receive the resources necessary to thrive. In 2016, the Junior Leagues of California State Public Affairs Committee honored her with the Community Impact Award.

As Chair of the Alameda County Mental Health Board, Lynna led the charge to ensure that the county’s behavioral health care services treated members of the community with dignity, courtesy, and respect. Additionally, she serves on the California Board of Occupational Therapy and the Delta Phi Epsilon International Governing Board where she received the Alumnae of the Biennium award. For Delta Phi Epsilon, she was Chair of the committee that established a policy on including trans women and gender non-binary individuals.

Lynna is the Vice President at Lan Do & Associates, LLC, an interpretation and translation services company, where she builds and maintains relationships with contractors and organizations. Previously, she spent more than 10 years in the public sector working on behalf of elected officials including California Senator Dianne Feinstein and San Francisco Mayors Willie Brown and Gavin Newsom.

Lynna has a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and a Master of Public Administration from the University of San Francisco, as well as a Master of Philosophy in Psychology from Walden University. She is completing her doctorate in Psychology at Walden University.