Since 2004, Wendy Chong has helped her clients improve their face-to-face presentation skills through private sessions, consulting engagements, and workshops. Her clients span a range of sectors including professional and financial services, real estate, technology, mining, consumer products, tax, law, non-profit and academia.
Wendy’s prior experience includes advisory work in mergers and acquisitions in KPMG’s Corporate Finance practice, management consulting at A.T. Kearney, business development at Artez Interactive, a software company that pioneered Internet fundraising in Canada, and communications with Podium Consulting.
Wendy attained her ICD.D designation (Institute of Corporate Directors) in March 2023, and earned an MBA, both from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science from McMaster University.
No stranger to audiences, Wendy gained several years’ experience on screen and the stage from age 3 to 16. You may have seen Wendy on a Zoodles commercial that ran for a decade (see video below), Sharon Lois & Bram’s Elephant Show or Mr. Dressup. Though retired from the world of acting, Wendy takes to the stage with Toronto’s first rock choir, newchoir, including a performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City and annual concerts at Koerner Hall in Toronto.
Wendy currently serves on the Board of Directors at Greenwood College School, and volunteers with outreach to new and prospective families. At her children’s previous school, Wendy assisted with fundraising efforts and parent outreach to new Canadians. For the past few years, Wendy and her family occasionally volunteer at the Yonge Street Mission and New Circles (both of which provide resources and community to Torontonians living in poverty). In 2014, she led a strategic renewal initiative for newchoir. She also served on the Bishop Strachan School’s Board of Governors from 2000-2012, chairing its Strategy Committee for 2 years, and has volunteered at Camp Oochigeas and the Framework Foundation. In 2010, Wendy also sat on an advisory committee to the Provost, University of Toronto.