Foley-Wong earned her Bachelor's in math and accounting at the University of Waterloo. She went on to earn her Masters of Accountancy from the same school. Later she attended the higher learning center, Hollyhock, and studied social change, social entrepreneurship and impact leadership. Outside of her schooling, Foley-Wong also holds several licenses and certifications. She has an investment management certificate from the UK Society of Investment Professionals. She is a chartered financial analyst with a certificate from the CFA Institute. She is a chartered accountant with a certificate from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. She also takes her hobbies seriously, she is a level 2 alpine ski instructor.
Foley-Wong has put in an incredible amount of time volunteering. She has been a mentor at the Women in Leadership Foundation, she handled finances and financial reporting as an official agent for a 2015 Canadian federal election campaign, she's been a board member at LOCO BC, she's been a mentor in the School of Accounting and Finance at the University of Waterloo, she's been a mentor at the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, she's been a mentor to CPA Canada, and adviser to the RAISE Collective, a board member at Story Money Impact, and a mentor at the Women's Enterprise Center of BC.  
Foley-Wong spent five and a half years at management consulting company Deloitte. She started as audit senior in Toronto, Canada where she managed audits and audit teams. She was promoted to supervisor shortly afterwards before closing out the last of her time there as a manager in corporate finance advisory. For the next two and a half years she worked as an associate at Hypo Real Estate Bank International, raising debt finance for commercial property transactions and managing a $200 million euro portfolio of commercial real estate loans. Bonnie moved on to ABN AMRO where she became assistant director and managed a portfolio of $500 million euro's worth of commercial property and real estate loans. In addition she also worked closely with risk management, compliance, and derivatives teams to successfully complete loans.
Her next gig was as associate director at Three Delta LLP. During a short six months there she managed to evaluate investment opportunities with due diligence, supervise analysts in preparation for their investment presentations, and represented Three Delta in a bid for a $1 billion AUD long-term care homes business in Australia. Bonnie's next adventure was at Composition Advisory Limited where she was an investment and corporate finance advisor. She had numerous responsibilities there, including giving venture CEO's advice on their business needs, creating business strategies for redeveloping homes, and working directly with the Chief Executive of Crown Northcorp Limited and their clients, Apollo Global Management and TPG Credit Management.
Bonnie became an investment manager in community capital at Vancity where she spearheaded a lending and investing program for high impact social purpose enterprises. Not too long afterwards Bonnie became the founder and CEO of Pique Ventures, where she specializes in alternative investment funds, asset management, and structured financial services. She also co-founded Spring.is, a venture accelerator for impact based businesses.
She wrote an opinion piece for Business Insider about the challenges of being a successful VC founder and being a mother. She has also written a popular book called "Integrated Investing: Impact Investing with Head, Heart, Body, and Soul".