Wendy Fong is the founder and principal of Chief Gigs, which offers fractional business leadership, organizational consulting and team development to help businesses and the people within them achieve optimum performance and thrive in a dynamic and diverse world.
Wendy has over 20 years of experience in culture change, leadership development, team effectiveness, capability building, and operations. She’s worked with a variety of customers ranging from healthcare to financial services to food service. In her various roles, she successfully integrated over 10 companies in the healthcare and financial service industries.
She currently serves as the chair of United Against Human Trafficking, an organization that fights to end human trafficking through preventing exploitation, educating the community, and empowering survivors. She is also a founding member of the Rice Executive MBA Parliament and Valhalla Investment Group.
Wendy holds an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) from Rice University.
Wendy loves family, food, and fun. So when she’s not working, you can catch her on the slopes, snapping photos, or eating amazing food. You can check out her snaps on Instagram.
What People Say about Wendy
“Wendy is highly motivated and passionate about her work. Her passion for success, attention to detail, ability to think outside the box, and engaging people skills make her a tremendous asset to any organization.”
“I am particularly impressed by Wendy’s ability to handle even the most challenging situations – always with a positive attitude while considering alternative viewpoints. It seems so natural for Wendy to emphasize the strengths of those she works and not their weaknesses, which allows her to leverage the highest level of performance out of others.”
“Wendy has the unique ability to understand operations, see the gaps, and translate goals into tangible training needs.”