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Li Wong is the Director of Entrepreneurship for Partnership Gwinnett, where he is driving small business and entrepreneurial goals and objectives, while providing key information and support to develop targeted-industry small business initiatives. Wong also actively supports the Gwinnett Angels, a chapter of the Atlanta Technology Angels.
Prior to this role, Wong was the Publisher of the Georgia Asian Times (GAT). He founded the publication in 2004, and it remains the largest circulated publication covering the multiethnic Asian-American community in the metro Atlanta region and the state of Georgia. He was also instrumental in establishing the annual GAT 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia Awards program. Wong is also the founder of the Atlanta Asian Film Festival, the largest film festival of its kind in the southeast region.
Wong formerly served as the Country Manager for Dow Jones Interactive Publishing, as well as the Asian Wall Street Journal Digital in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Prior to this, he was the Director of International Affairs for the John Buck Company, a Chicago-based property development and investment organization. Wong also spent time serving as the Director of Marketing for Conway/Site Selection Magazine.
Wong graduated with an MBA in International Business and a BBA in Management from Georgia State University. He currently serves on the Board of Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival of Atlanta, the Atlanta Asian Film festival, and the Hong Kong Association of Atlanta. Wong previously served as a member on the Board of Visitor at Emory University.