Ye-Von joined the WATARI Board of Directors in 2019. After completing her undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia in Psychology and Health, she began working as a research coordinator at Oak Tree Clinic, a multidisciplinary clinic providing specialized clinical care for women and children living with HIV/AIDS in British Columbia. Since recognizing the complex challenges prevalent in the Downtown Eastside (DTES) through her interaction with her patients, Ye-Von has focused her time and interest in volunteering with advocacy groups and organizations addressing the needs of the DTES community. She aspires to pursue a career in healthcare in hopes to provide low-barrier, on-demand care through outreach medical services.