Yon Na, PhD, is an organizational psychologist who helps executives, leaders & teams accelerate performance by applying organizational psychology principles.
Throughout her career, Yon has led Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership Development efforts in Fortune 100 and high-growth companies, including Warner Bros., The New York Times, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, and Nordstrom. She partners with clients to accelerate performance by leveraging research and assessments to design customized solutions.
Yon’s research area centers on the intersection of identity, culture, and leadership. She shares her peer-reviewed research on Asian women in leadership at conferences, companies, and colleges. Yon is also the founder of Radiance HQ, an organization dedicated to advancing Asian women in the workplace. She developed the Radiance Leadership Development Program, which combines her research, organizational psychology, and her experience leading in Fortune 100 companies.
Yon holds a doctorate in Organizational Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. She received her Master’s in Applied Psychology and a BA in Business Administration from Golden Gate University. Yon is an ICF-Credentialed and Board Certified Executive Coach.
Yon is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Society of Consulting Psychology, Society for the Psychology of Women, and the International Coaching Federation. She is certified in Korn Ferry’s Emotional and Social Competency (360) Inventory, Leadership Styles Assessment, and Organizational Climate Survey, and the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI).