Wong's entrance to the entrepreneurial world started in 2014 with a pop-up clothing store concept called Street Store Vancouver.
The success of the pop-up store gave Wong the extra push to leave her job to wholeheartedly pursue her lifelong passion to help others.
"One thing I would like to emphasize is that we don't need a business degree to start our own non-profit/business. The game changer was having a large and vast appetite to learn."
Wong attributes ETE's success to SFU's Coast Capital Savings Venture Connection which introduced her to Tim Ames, executive director of the Plan Institute, who guided her through the entrepreneurial world and the complexities of running a business operations from the ground up.