2002-2004 Vice-Chair, New York State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. On May 21, 2003, the Committee hosted a public forum, “Civil Rights Issues and Post 9-11 Law Enforcement/Community Relations in New York: A Fact Finding Forum,” New York University School of Law. Government officials, immigration lawyers, community leaders, and members testified at this day-long hearing.
2002-2006 Mentor, Brooklyn Legal Outreach, Inc. Mentor-Mentee Program. Served as a mentor to two low-income high school students in rigorous program to help students debate constitutional issues and prepare for college. Served on panel of Moot Court judges in the constitutional debate program. OuYang’s student won first place in the debate competition for seniors.
2002-2004 Member, Board of Directors, Chinese Mountain Club of New York. CMCNY organizes and participates in outdoor outings for the local Chinese community.
2000-2001 Advisory Member, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Project on assessing the needs of Asian and Pacific Islander undocumented non-citizens living with HIV disease in New York City.