Livingston “Jack” Wong is the chief executive officer for Kamehameha Schools.
Wong joined Kamehameha Schools in 1997, first serving as senior counsel from 1997-2000, then as director of the Endowment Legal Division from 2000-2013.
He began his legal career at Morrison and Foerster in Los Angeles, Calif., and then returned to Hawai‘i to practice law at Bendet, Fidell, Sakai and Lee.
Prior to joining Kamehameha Schools, Wong represented international, national and local businesses, financial institutions and landowners, in the areas of real estate, finance, and business associations. Wong also previously served as an adjunct professor at Hawai‘i Pacific University, teaching courses in business law.
Wong is a graduate of Punahou School, and received his undergraduate degree in economics from UCLA, receiving the school’s Outstanding Economics Undergraduate Award, and his law degree from the UCLA School of Law.
Wong is licensed to practice law in Hawai‘i and California. He is the past chair of the Real Property and Financial Services Section of the Hawai‘i State Bar Association and is currently the vice-chair of the Hawai‘i Council on Economic Education.