Liqun Lauren Wong is employed as a supervisory scientist in a federal law enforcement agency and has taken various positions since 1997. Her professional responsibilities and activities are aimed in monitoring drug abuse and chemical diversion trends, providing scientific guidance to the formulation of international and domestic drug control policies, and providing technical supports to drug case investigation and prosecution. Wong served as a member of government international training team and has conducted official trainings in Viet Nam, South Korean, China, Chile, Indonesia, Philippines, Russia and Mexico. Wong serves as an expert witness for the government in federal, state and local courts. In volunteer work and community involvement, Wong served as FAPAC Treasurer, Executive Secretary, has been serving as Chairs for Public Relations, Awards, and Website Committees and played key roles in the FAPAC Annual National Leadership Training Conferences. Wong also actively participated in and volunteered for other AAPI organizations including served as Logistical Team Lead for several AAGEN Leadership Conferences/Workshops. Wong holds a M.S. degree in Chemistry and completed course works in Computer Science M.S. program and Environmental Science Ph.D. program. She lives in metro D.C. area with her husband Henry and has two adult children, Edmund and Lauren. She is passionate in fitness and nutrition, and enthusiastic about travel and outdoor sports and activities.