Curtis WongAdvisory Board
Curtis Wong is group manager of Next Media Research within Microsoft, responsible for envisioning where Microsoft's future interactive media technologies can enhance the consumer media experience.
He also spends a portion of him time doing pro bono work with non-profit organizations, and his recent external collaboration with WGBH Interactive to produce the broadband enhanced documentary Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy, won a 2002 Academy Award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
Wong's eclectic background includes an MBA and four years as a strategy consulting manager with KPMG, where he created their first strategic management practice utilizing personal computers in 1981. Wong has served on the advisory boards of PBS, the Ovation Channel, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Canadian Film Centre. He currently serves on the board of trustees for the Rhode Island School of Design and the Seattle Art Museum.