Founder & Head Matchmaker
Wendy is the Founder and CEO of Society W, and is seen by many as one of the world’s most respected love experts. Her matchmaking style combines her natural talent for recognising compatibility, her deep understanding of romantic psychology, with her proven ability to coach clients to their fullest potentials. She is extremely passionate about what she does, and finds deep fulfilment in helping others attain happiness.
Wendy has always had a natural flair for matchmaking, and made her first successful match when she was just 16. She made countless other successful matches while she was studying and working in Banking. In 2011, she left Banking and started Society W to pursue her passion full time. She was trained by some of the world's most renowned dating and love experts, and holds some of the most prestigious education on psychology and matchmaking in the industry, having been educated at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), Columbia University (New York), as well as the Matchmaking Institute (New York). To deepen her knowledge on what drives attraction and romantic love, and make better matches, she is currently pursuing her Masters in Neuroscience and Psychology at King’s College London (UK).
Her matchmaking efforts have resulted in many happy relationships, marriages, and the birth of many babies. She has received praise from countless clients about how her, and Society W's, matches have been far superior to other dating services they have tried. Wendy has been regularly featured on popular media channels, such as Esquire, Mashable, The Edge, Channel NewsAsia, Luxury Insider, Her World, Yahoo News, and Europe 1, just to name a few. Wendy has an international portfolio of elite clientele that includes professionals, business people, socialites, celebrities, and billionaires. This network spans across the United States, Europe and Asia.
Society W has a presence in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Europe (Switzerland), and has been successfully igniting happy relationships since 2011.