Graduated from New York University, College of Dentistry, in 1999. Dr. Young received her General Practice Residency
training at Jersey City Medical Center--affiliated with Seton Hall University.
Dr. Young obtained her (cum laude) Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry from San Francisco State University
prior to attending the dental school. Dr. Young completed her Masters in Business Administration, with the emphasis on Healthcare Management, from Touro University International (Cyprus
California) in 2005.
Dr. Young is an only child. Dr. Young's father taught in Rangoon University of Burma while her mother taught in St John's Convent, an all-girls high
school in Rangoon, Burma. It is due to the continued love and support of her parents that Dr. Young is able to live out her mission and vision.
After finishing her Bachelors in Biochemistry, and before attending NYU Dental School, Dr. Young worked as
a research associate in the Department of Anatomy at the University of California San Francisco.
Upon graduating from the dental school, Dr. Young joined the U.S. Public Health Service, and became
a (Lieutenant) dental officer. Her first assignment as a Public Health
Dentist was at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Fort Dix, NJ, where she provided dental care to thousands of men inmates.
In 2001, Dr. Young served in the U.S. Coast Guard (now the Homeland Security) where she provided hundreds
of active duty men and women. Dr. Young also pursued the additional studies in MBA while serving in the U.S. Coast Guard.
While on active duty, Dr. Young received several recognition awards and citations, such as the Hazardous Duty Citation and the Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation. Dr. Young was also the
Infection Control Officer of her unit while serving in the Federal Bureau of Prisons as well as U. S. Coast Guard. Dr. Young was promoted to Lieutenant Commander just as she left for the
civilian life in 2003.
Dr. Young had also worked in Eric B. Chandler Health Center from 2004 through 2009. The health center was one of the sites belonging to the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
(Now Rutgers School of Medicine and Dentistry) in affiliation with Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. During that time, Dr. Young treated the New Brunswick residents of all ages in addition to
being the designated children's dentist to the students at Lord Stirling Elementary School of New Brunswick.
Dr. Young has four beautiful cats who are part of her loving family.