Dago holds a Diploma in Forestry from the Natural Resources Training Institute in Bhutan. He has worked with the Department of Forests and Park Services for over two years in the mid-nineties and worked for the Royal Society for Protection of Nature (RSPN) since 1999. Within RSPN, he worked in various capacities with a major role in coordinating and implementing the Integrated Conservation and Development Program (ICDP) in the Phobjikha Conservation Area.
Dago was actively involved as the focal point for research on the black-necked cranes wintering in Bhutan and produced publications on social science, ecology, Climate change and human health as part of the research activity in conservation.
He also has experience in the field of social sciences, gained while working directly with grassroots communities. Dago is also the fellow from Bhutan under the Capacity Strengthening of Least Developed Countries for Adaptation to Climate Change (CLACC). He currently is working as the Environment Education Officer for RSPN.