Nathan Wong joins our Board as a not-for-profit and public sector finance executive and former competitive athlete (archery); he specializes in strategic financial management, process improvements, and risk management. Nathan has over a decade of finance leadership experience in high-performance sport at Canadian Sport Institute Pacific. He then joined PLEA Community Services, where he led the vision and strategic direction for the agency in finance operations, budgeting and reporting, and information technology. Currently, Nathan oversees the financial operations and financial planning for the Surrey Police Service.
Along with his not-for-profit and the public sector career, Nathan also held academic roles such as guest lecturing at the University of British Columbia and helped co-author the course, “Business of High-Performance Sport in Canada.” He is also a former learning facilitator for the CPA Western School of Business. Along with being on the Sport for Life board of directors, Nathan is also part of the CPA Education Foundation board of governors.
Nathan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from UBC, a Master of Business Administration degree from Laurentian University, and is a Chartered Professional Accountant.