is a Chinese-American writer and entrepreneur who was born in 1960 in Hollywood, California. She is a leader in minority business and was cited by Minority Business Magazine as an influencer who "bridges the language gap for burgeoning Asian-American communities." She has led projects for industries ranging from entertainment (Universal Studios) and toys (Disney) to real estate development (City of Long Beach and Monterey Park, CA) and government representation (Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and U.S. Congress). As an international business consultant, her most notable credit is her work on the billion dollar intellectual property, "The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," where she co-developed the seminal writing for the property when it was first licensed for exploitation by Playmates Toys in the mid-1980s. She worked on Capitol Hill as a liaison to the White House, policy analyst and legislative aide for Rep. Gephardt and performed government representation for public transportation interests in the mid-1980s. She returned to California to run her own minority, woman-owned public relations firm, which by 1986 had folded into Pangea Corporation, an entity known for its entertainment, toy, licensing and animation development. As a co-director of Pangea, Wong has manufactured and distributed products worldwide (Yoga Divas), published software (Speed Racer) and developed online communities (AOL Kids) and networks (Radio Aahs). She is also one of the writers and developers of the intellectual property, The Brotherhood, which debuted on America Online as an animated online computer adventure.
29.05.2012 [Marketwire (press release)] - "Network 4 Change would like to acknowledge the Government of Canada for the Skills Link funding for our Road 2 Success program," said Cheryl Wong-Boonstra, Executive Director. "This funding is essential to helping youth in our community overcome their