Andrea Wong joined the National Committee in 2018 as office manager. She is responsible for a diverse set of operational and administrative duties.

In 2010, Ms. Wong graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in foreign affairs and art history. After her graduation, she was awarded the MOFA Taiwan scholarship and studied agricultural economics at National Taiwan University.

Prior to working at the National Committee, Ms. Wong worked at ICD Group International, a commodity trading and investment company. She also worked as a supervisor for the outpatient clinics of the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health.

Ms. Wong is an avid yoga practitioner and certified instructor. She has taught yoga to refugees in Leros, Greece, and in her spare time supports the Souljourn Yoga Foundation, where she serves as an ambassador and promotes girls’ education in developing countries.

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