Meet the Team
Yon and Sohee met through a series of events that led them to cross paths with one another. They were born in Seoul, South Korea and their respective families immigrated to the U.S. during the 1970s. Their life experiences influenced their desire to help working moms and Asian women excel in their personal and professional lives.
While working together at Warner Bros. Entertainment, it was clear the two were meant to collaborate together. Through their discussions about topics that inspired them, Sohee and Yon discovered their mutual desire to help working moms and Asian women advance in the workplace. They created the idea of we.volution: developing leaders and building community. Combining their decades of corporate experience with the social sciences, we.volution aims to transform women to achieve leadership in their lives. This is a unique learning opportunity; one that will inspire action and create rich connections with others.
Founder - Sohee Jun, Ph.D.
Sohee Jun is a leadership development and executive coach extraordinaire with 20 years experience in the corporate world. Prior to starting we.volution, she worked with many different world renowned Fortune 500 companies in Entertainment, Gaming, Financial Services and Engineering. As a mom to 3 spunky kids, she is passionate about enabling women and working moms to achieve their goals and thrive on all fronts.
Sohee received her Masters and Doctorate in Organizational Psychology from The California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.
Contributor - Yon Na, Ph.D.
Yon Na is a leadership and organization development professional with 20 years of corporate experience. She has worked with some of the most admired companies on the planet: Warner Bros. Entertainment, The New York Times, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson. She is a researcher, writer, and contributor to we.volution. Her research interest and area of expertise is in Asian women and identity development.
Yon also earned her Doctorate in Organizational Psychology from The California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. Her dissertation study focused on the experiences of Asian immigrant women and their journeys into corporate leadership.