Celebrate the A100, the most impactful Asian Pacific Leaders.

Jeff Wong

Global Chief Innovation Officer, EY

Jeff is EY’s Global Chief Innovation Officer, leading the firm’s global innovation investment network to help identify, share, and scale the best ideas to build a better working world. He also spearheads EY’s pursuit to research and explore new technologies – including establishing EY’s advanced and emerging tech labs on Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Quantum, Robotics, and Web3.

Jeff has extensive experience across strategy, investing, and building new ventures globally. He has built and led new businesses across industries, including commerce, financial/professional services, and technology throughout his career.

Jeff is passionate about understanding the way technology impacts the world and how to integrate it into communities responsibly. He sits on the Advisory Board for AI4All, a non-profit organization working to increase diversity and inclusion in AI. He is a member of the National Committee on US-China Relations, a member of the Asia Society’s Business Council, and the Founding Chair of Asia Society’s Technology and Innovation Council, where he helps drive the innovation and transformation agenda. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Most recently, he was a Top 50 Asian Americans in Business in the US (2023) honoree.

Previously, Jeff served as a member of two World Economic Forum Global Future Councils, a multistakeholder and interdisciplinary insights network focusing on wide-ranging topics related to innovation, policy, sustainability and more. He has also served on the Oxford Foundry Board at Oxford University.

Jeff regularly speaks at international business summits including Reuters NEXT and the UN Global Compact Summit. His commentary on innovation and emerging tech trends appears in top tier media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, FT, Fortune, and Forbes. He is a graduate of Stanford University and continues to be involved with his alma mater as an adjunct lecturer at Stanford’s School of Engineering.