Yesoe Yoon appointed as a Skokie Human Relations Commissioner

Syed Ullah
Updated 3/27/2017 7:47 AM

On Monday, March 20, 2017 in a packed room of the Skokie Village Hall, 5127 Oakton St, Skokie, IL 60077 at 8:00 pm. Yesoe Yoon appointed as a Skokie Human Relations Commissioner.

The Skokie Village Human Relations Commission was created by Mayor George Van Dusen to encourage understanding and respect amongst residents of Skokie with various racial, ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds in several years ago.


The Commission sponsors human relations activities through the year. These activities provide an opportunity for all residents to celebrate the community's ethnic and cultural diversity.

Mayor George Van Dusen said "We are appointed Ms. Yesoe Yoon as a Skokie Human Relations Commissioner because her many contributions in our village of Skokie. We are so proud that she is becoming of our team and she will make bridges between different communities and she will promote the village relations in the state of Illinois".

All The Commissioners were appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Village Board of Trustees.

Yesoe Yoon is currently working as an outreach director of Emancipate North Koreans ( and she is currently a secretary of Jesse White Secretary of State, Asian-American Advisory Council. She is Member of Pacific Garden Mission homeless shelter.

In an interview with news reporter after Yesoe Yoon after becoming Commissioner said. "It's an honor and privilege to serve as a Skokie Village Commissioner. I am always looking for ways to serve our Skokie Village and Asian American community help improve them. I will continue taking this challenging, exciting, collaborative, and positive Job to help everyone.