Meet Lyncy Yang, Warren Village’s Equity and Inclusion Manager. She will be working with our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, executive leadership team, and staff to create a workplace where every team member feels valued, heard, and seen.
Kayce is a resident at Warren Village, a parent of two, a full-time student working toward his Master’s in Social Work at Metro State University, and an intern at the Colorado Health Network. Last year, he also became a community advocate for people with medical debt.
Food Services Coordinator, Marco Basurto, brings smiles and healthy meals to the Warren Village Early Learning Center students every day. Marco joined the team nearly three years ago, and since then, his food has become well-loved.
Many residents began the summer by celebrating graduation from higher education programs. Resident Krystal, who moved into Warren Village in 2021, graduated on May 12 from Metro State University of Denver with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and minor in Criminalistics.
The path to sustainable housing begins with a resident finding their footing and settling in when they move into Warren Village and connecting with their family advocate, and it ends with that resident moving out to stable housing.
“I don’t know what I’d do without the women here, and I try to give back however I can out of deep gratitude.”
Urban Ventures & Perry Rose donate building and land that currently houses the Warren Village First Step Program.
Warren Village earned Charity Navigator’s 4-star charity for the third year in a row.