Member / Su-Yen Wong
Su-Yen is a professional speaker and facilitator who engages audiences globally on the future of work, transformation, and leadership.
Over the past two decades, she has helped some of the world’s largest, most innovative, and complex organisations navigate the intersection of technology, strategy, and people. And, she has guest lectured at leading universities from Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the United States.
She brings a unique blend of experience at the Board and C-level in technology, business, and human capital, and she has advised and worked with organisations such as Alibaba, Becton Dickinson, Caltex, Citibank, DBS, the Singapore Government, Hitachi, Hyatt, IBM, Microsoft, Moet Hennessy, Sembcorp Marine, and SK Telecom.
An accomplished multicultural business leader who has lived and worked globally, Su-Yen is Founder and CEO of Bronze Phoenix, a premier provider of solutions that help organisations and leaders reinvent themselves. In addition, she currently serves on the Boards of several public, private, membership, and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, Asia, and the United States.
She is an avid adventure traveller and has ventured to some of the most remote parts of the world, including Antarctica and Timbuktu. She is a published author of an Amazon Bestseller, an award-winning photographer, and earlier in life, a musician.
For more information: www.suyenwong.com
What Clients Say
“Su-Yen's session was considered by most attendees as the highlight of the whole event. It was informative, engaging and very relevant to the audience.” - CBRE
“Thanks Su-Yen for partnering with us on our Inclusion and Diversity journey. Really rich and valuable insights that you brought to our discussion.” - Mars Wrigley Confectionary
“A really enjoyable, insightful and actionable session that will shape the future of my organization and the leadership team who's driving the change.” - Oracle
“Your skilful facilitation of the Dialogue resulted in a dynamic discussion… as one of the Ministers put it, there was "good energy" in the lively back-and-forth amongst the participants.” - Ministry of Manpower, Singapore
“Her passion for the subject of leadership was evident as she shared her thoughts on how to navigate the workplace as a future leader.” - KPMG
“Your contribution was invaluable (and) will surely help inform future discussions on Brazil’s reform efforts.” - Yale University