Dae J. Yoon has served as Korean Resource Center (KRC)'s executive director from 1998 to 2000 and resumed his position in July 2003. Since 1993, Yoon has many years of community education and organizing experiences for the issues of immigration policy, health access, civic participation, voting rights, environmental justice, and affordable housing. Yoon also supervised many community-led research projects such as the "Asian American Voter Exit Poll," "Building Health Community Focus Group," "Los Angeles City Services Survey," "Medicare Part D Language Access Survey," "Health Care and Cancer Screening Services Among Korean American Working Women." Yoon served Advisory board member at UCLA Center for Health Improvement for Minority Elders (CHIME). Currently, Yoon serves on the board of directors at the Strategic Concept in Organizing & Policy Education (SCOPE) and National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC), Advisory Board member for the City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, and the Community Advisory board member for the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Social Services.