Binh recently completed her Master's degree in Global Affairs, specializing in Sustainable Development at the University of Notre Dame in the United States. Her academic achievements align with her prior role as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for a USAID-funded forestry project in Vietnam, where she collaborated with diverse stakeholders to enhance the implementation of the Payment for Environmental Services (PES) policy.

During her education at Notre Dame, Binh participated in Randomized Controlled Trial research projects as a Graduate Research Assistant to explore factors influencing automation and technology-related decisions. 

This diverse blend of academic rigor and hands-on experience has kindled her interest in assessing the impacts of development interventions. Binh also harbors a deep curiosity for the dynamics of intrahousehold resource allocation in agriculture.