Ms Wong has over 28 years of experience in financial services working with global institutional investors and alternative investments, leaving footprint in top-tier institutions like State Street, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. She has also been advisor to some of the well-known families in Hong Kong and China on their overall investment strategies globally. She is well known as Mother of Capital Introduction for hedge funds in Asia.
Ms Wong is currently Chief Corporate Development Officer at Prenetics, a global leader in genomic and diagnostic testing, with headquarter in Hong Kong. Ms. Wong is responsible for corporate business development, stakeholder management and leading the company’s ESG and CSR efforts.
She is also a serial entrepreneur with one of the businesses she founded being a sport academy called Adventure Sports Academy (ASA) in Hong Kong since 2011, enriching young children starting 2 years old to 13 years old with multi-sports experience and sportsmanship. ASA offers an alternative way of learning sports via global team of coaches, technology and curriculum. The academy not only benefitted children but offers internship program to young people aboard as well as locally. It is also awarded Best Caring Company year after year for its community outreach programs in particular to children and families who are underprivileged or have learning disabilities.
Ms Wong is very active in community services. She is the only female Director on the Board, Chairman of Marketing and Communications Committee and Chairman of Women Soccer of The Hong Kong Football Association. She was previously the Director of S.K.H St. Christopher’s Home Schools for Orphans and Executive Committee Member of Heep Hong Society. She also organized Sports Days for the children with learning disabilities and participated in visiting the underprivileged group who are living in cage home as well as homeless.
Her passion is rock and ice climbing and adventure travelling.
Ms Wong graduated with bachelor degree in Finance from Boston University.