Yohance joined the Legal Aid Justice Center as an intern in 2019, focused on pre-trial justice and police accountability. Prior to LAJC, he was the program assistant for a youth theological institute. In 2020, Yohance transitioned to serve as an organizer with the Civil Rights & Racial Justice Program, where he struggles alongside community members to dismantle systems that incarcerate people of color and the poor. Through his experiences, he has developed a strong faith in the abilities of oppressed communities to shape the law and transform society, beginning in their neighborhoods. Yohance earned his bachelor’s degree from William & Mary and the Master of Divinity degree from Virginia Union University, where he received the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Preaching and Leadership Award.