Young Ha is the Korean Resource Specialist for young children and families. She has been involved in her communities by organizing fundraisers for the Albany special education, special bike camps, and Korean language schools, and advocating for Asian families with special needs and domestic violence-related families. She has a beautiful daughter who attends college and a great son who goes to high school and loves animals and sports. Her son has autism and epilepsy, so she is a good advocate for the autism related issues, such as how to navigate the health insurances, IEP process and the recreation programs. She works in the Early Start program providing support and referrals for young children and their families. Additionally, she does outreach for Asian communities, translates outreach documents for FRN, and interprets for Korean speaking families in the county. She enjoys gardening and creative writing.