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Ellen Jean Wong

Ellen Jean Wong, American securities trader, executive. Board directors Greater Portland Volunteer Bureau, 1981—1982, Station KBOO Community Radio, Portland, 1982—1983, Jazz Society of Oregon, 1982—1984; vice chairman, commissioner metropolitan Arts Commission, since 1983; secretary Young Representatives Multnomah County, 1964—1965; member Portland-Multnomah County Services Evaluation Task Force, 1984—1986; Member of Multnomah Athletic.

Background

  • Wong, Ellen Jean was born on January 5, 1939 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Calvin Ngan and June Ruth Locke (Wright) Wong.

  • Career

    • Trader Black & Company, Inc., Portland, 1964—1965, Hinton-Jones & Company, Seattle, 1965—1966, Shaw Hooker & Company, San Francisco, 1966—1968. Corporation secretary McDonald, Shobar & Company, Inc., 1968—1970. Head trader Legg Mason & Company, Inc., 1970—1972.

      Assistant vice president United States National Bank of Oregon, Portland, 1972—1984. Principal, head trader Qualivest Capital Management, 1984—1986. Associate Coldwell-Banker, 1985—1986, Barbara Sue Seal Properties Inc., 1986.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Board directors Greater Portland Volunteer Bureau, 1981—1982, Station KBOO Community Radio, Portland, 1982—1983, Jazz Society of Oregon, 1982—1984. Vice chairman, commissioner metropolitan Arts Commission, since 1983. Secretary Young Representatives Multnomah County, 1964—1965.

    Member Portland-Multnomah County Services Evaluation Task Force, 1984—1986. Member of Multnomah Athletic.

    Connections

    • Married Victor D. Wong, July 22, 1958 (divorced 1960). 1 child Tracy Victor.
    • father: Calvin Ngan Wong
    • mother: June Ruth Locke (Wright) Wong
    • spouse: Victor D. Wong
    • child: Tracy Victor Wong
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    • 1964 - 1965
      Trader Black & Company
      Portland, Jamaica
    • 1965 - 1966
      Trader Black & Company
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1966 - 1968
      Trader Black & Company
      San Francisco, California, United States
    • 1968 - 1970
      corporation secretary, McDonald
    • 1970 - 1972
      head, trader Legg Mason & Company