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ABOUT SUNNY YOUNGSUN PARK

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Sunny is a community-minded leader with the skills to bring meaningful impact to the livelihood of Buena Park.

Sunny has been serving the constituents of Buena Park for many years. She served as the planning chair for the first annual Civic Engagement Dinner held in Buena Park, where various elected officials came together with residents and local leaders to discuss community issues and innovative solutions.  She is currently serving as the sponsorship committee chair for Silverado Days, a City of Buena Park festival tradition rooted back to 1956.  Additionally, by serving as the current president of the Buena Park Noon Lions Club Foundation, she further works to help those in true need in partnership with local charitable organizations such as Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation, Orange County Ronald McDonald House, Buena Park Bright Path Homeless Project, and City of Hope.

As a State commissioner, she is serving on the California Board of Accountancy (CBA). CBA’s mission is “to protect consumers by ensuring only qualified licensees practice public accountancy in accordance with established professional standards.” Sunny is one of 15 board of directors consisting of CPAs, lawyers, and stakeholders who are highly regarded in California.

Sunny has been a long-time advocate for inclusiveness and mentorship.  She has led numerous pro bono legal clinics and mentorship programs as president of the Orange County Korean American Bar Association.  Moreover, as a dedicated board member of the Los Angeles Community College Foundation, she has worked tirelessly to aid finically struggling students acquire a higher education and achieve their dreams.

In recognition of her service to her community, in 2016 she received the Presidential Gold Medal for Volunteerism from the former U.S. President Barack Obama.

Sunny received her law degree in 1999 and is currently the principal partner at Park & Asher. She specializes in estate planning, probate, and trust laws. She also represents older adults, special needs children, and people with disabilities to ensure their rights are observed in court. She is an educator, columnist, and an author on topics of estate planning for building a long lasting legacy.

She is a long-time devoted resident of Orange County, a proud mother to her daughter Lauren, and a loving wife to her husband of 17 years of marriage Eugene.