Executive Bios

Wendy Wang

As President of Mary Kay’s Asia-Pacific region, Wendy Wang leads all areas of the Company that directly support the success of the company’s subsidiaries and independent sales force members in the Asia Pacific markets, which include China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Taiwan.

In her most recent position as Chief Commercial Officer for the Asia-Pacific Region, Wendy was responsible for the development and implementation of commercial functions to ensure alignment with corporate objectives and the company’s core values. Prior to that, Wendy was Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Mary Kay Inc. She led the team of legal professionals responsible for handling all legal issues for Mary Kay’s Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and North America regions. In addition, she led the continued development and enhancement of Mary Kay’s global anti-corruption program, Pink Done Right, and was the head of the company’s strategic risk management function.

Wendy joined Mary Kay in 2002 as a Staff Attorney at the top beauty brand’s global headquarters in Addison, Texas. Throughout her tenure, she has held various roles within the company’s Legal Department including Chief Legal Officer for Mary Kay China where she was responsible for the overall assessment and management of legal risks and efforts to ensure a proactive stance toward legal governance and compliance. In her role at Mary Kay China, Wendy was instrumental in establishing the Legal Resources Department, which received the ‘Team of the Year’ award at the International Law Office’s 2013 Asia-Pacific Counsel Awards.

Wendy earned her Doctor of Law (J.D.) and Economics from the University of Texas at Austin. She has received numerous honors and recognitions for her strategic leadership and expertise. In 2017, D CEO magazine named Wendy an ‘Outstanding Deputy General Counsel/Associate General’, and the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce awarded her the ‘Corporate Executive Diversity’ award.

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