GENEVIEVE WONG is a four-time Emmy-nominated producer, writer, and documentarian based in Los Angeles and Austin. Currently, she works at A&E Networks, where she produces content for the History Channel.

Prior to this, Genevieve was best known for producing the hit franchises America’s Most Wanted and Access Hollywood. To date, Genevieve has produced, written, and directed over 2,000 episodes of programming for TV and streaming networks like Fox, NBC, E! and Discovery+.

In recent years, the California native has found herself spending more time on the development side– creating reality, game, and true crime formats for unscripted powerhouses like Fremantle, The Wolper Organization, and The Jay and Tony Show. Genevieve also works as a screenwriter; her scripted projects have caught the attention of production companies like Unicorn Island (late-night host Lilly Singh’s shingle) and Nørlum (Oscar-nominated for Song of the Sea).

When Genevieve isn’t producing or writing, she moonlights as a print journalist (Los Angeles Times, New York Post) and sometimes when she’s lucky, as a SAG-AFTRA actress who does reporter parts (Law & Order: Los Angeles, yA, The Innocence Files). In late 2021, Simon & Schuster published Genevieve’s first book, Healing Herbal Soups, which became an Amazon bestseller in the categories of Chinese Medicine, Soups & Stews, Asian Cooking, and Political Advocacy.

A former Junior Olympian in fencing, Genevieve is also a proud alumna of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.