Mark Z. Wong

About Me

Multimedia Developer but not of the average kind. Despite being able to speak 3 languages (English, Chinese, Swedish), I’ve chosen a career where I communicate with machines. During my years as a professional, I’ve had the privilege to continuously develop my skill set.

Strategic | Competition | Developer | Positivity | Achiever



In college, I had a varied range of interests. When I wasn’t competing in track and field, I enjoyed taking classes in subjects ranging from graphic design and marketing to advertising and public relations. I also took classes in web development and various areas of art, including glass blowing, in order to broaden my skillset.

Since then, I’ve made a commitment to lifelong learning, always striving to stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends. I spend a lot of time reading, and some of my favorite books include How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, and The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson.


Apart from my work, I volunteer my time every week to mentor and assist community members with tech-related problems at Do Space, a fantastic local tech center. I also actively participate in the Nebraska Chapter for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and The Furniture Project in Omaha, where I help as a Web Development volunteer. Moreover, I am a regular volunteer at Heartland Hope Mission, a local food bank, and contribute to various one-day events for different organizations. Currently, I serve as a member of the Greater Omaha Chamber’s Young Professionals Leadership Committee, and am the Vice-Chair for the 2024 YP Summit. I’m also a 2nd year mentor for the University of Omaha’s CBA Scholars Academy.