WISE2018 Forum “Kyoto Entrepreneurs Talk”

Kyoto Entrepreneurs Talk: Recreating Value & Going Global JSIE organized WISE2018 Forum “Kyoto Entrepreneurs Talk” on August 26, 2018. At this forum, we welcomed two globally-active Kyoto entrepreneurs, Mr. Masataka Hosoo and Mr. Mitsuyo Yamamoto of JOHNAN. They have talked about how they tried to overcome traditional mindset barrier and go global, wile struggling through trial and error, and both shared innovative ideas and how to solve such challenges. Event Details Date & Time: Sunday, August 26th, 2018 Theme: “Kyoto Entrepreneurs Talk — Recreating Value & Going Global” Venue: andwork Kyoto Speakers: Mr. Masataka Hosoo (Managing Director, HOSOO) Mr. Mitsuyo Yamamoto (President and CEO, JOHNAN, Inc.) Facilitator: Hiromi Murakami Speakers Masataka…

2nd Afternoon Tea Dialogue

Afternoon Tea Dialogue On a weekend afternoon, JSIE organizes Afternoon Tea Dialogue in Washington, D.C. area with the aim for building US-Japanese next generations and parent network. The Dialogue features young leaders in various fronts, and provide opportunity to learn & get inspired from and to exchange ideas with the next generation leaders. You may find hints that will enable you to be active on a global scale in the future. This event is supported by honorable JSIE members in Washington, D.C. area. At our second Afternoon Tea Dialogue on June 10, 2018, we welcomed professional ballet dancers of Ms. Ayano KImura and Ms. Tamako Miyazaki, who both have won…

16th Washington Women’s Dialogue

X About Washington Women's Dialogue There are numerous social challenges to overcome in order to achieve a society where women can actively and inclusively participate in. To achieve this goal, JSIE was founded particularly in order to develop and expand Asian women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities. It holds “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD), co-hosted by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, featuring prominent role models in various sectors, who share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. At the 16th WWD held on June 5, 2018, we welcomed…

First Afternoon Tea Dialogue

Afternoon Tea Dialogue On a weekend afternoon, JSIE organizes Afternoon Tea Dialogue in Washington, D.C. area with the aim for building US-Japanese next generations and parent network. The Dialogue features young leaders in various fronts, and provide opportunity to learn & get inspired from and to exchange ideas with the next generation leaders. You may find hints that will enable you to be active on a global scale in the future. This event is supported by honorable JSIE members in Washington, D.C. area. At our first Afternoon Tea Dialogue, we welcomed mother and son pair of Dr. Naoko Takebe who is a working mother at NIH and Mr. Kenneth Ryu…

2018 TOMODACHI & JSIE Collaborative Panel

About TOMODACHI & JSIE Collaborative Panel “Exploring Global Pathways: Unlock Your Full Potential to Lead” This is a collaborative panel session organized by Japan Institute for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship (JSIE) for TOMODACHI MetLife Women’s Leadership program (TMWLP). JSIE particularly aims to develop and expand Asian women’s presence as global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities, and thereby promoting empowerment of Asian women and contribution to the global community. The TMWLP was launched in 2013 by the US-Japan Council and coordinated in partnership with Cultural Vistas with the objective to develop the next generation of globally active women leaders. This collaborative panel discussion offers opportunities that participants can…

Global Peer Youth Member Clip

Here are Global Peer Youth members from various parts of the world. We are going to periodically update our Global Peer Youth members. Theresa (Tokyo) I’m Theresa, a culture, language & lifestyle blogger online. I was born and grown in Kingston, Jamaica and have years living experience in the United States. I’m a mixed race girl, and have blood from China, across Europe, India and Africa. All of these variables have drawn me into the diaspora of peoples and the growing global culture that our current society is moving towards. In light of my passion, I’ve learned four new languages (Japanese, Korean, Spanish + Chinese) and travelled to Taiwan, South Korea…

14th Washington Women’s Dialogue

X About Washington Women's Dialogue There are numerous social challenges to overcome in order to achieve a society where women can actively and inclusively participate in. To achieve this goal, JSIE was founded particularly in order to develop and expand Asian women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities. It holds “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD), co-hosted by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, featuring prominent role models in various sectors, who share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. At the 14th WWD (January 18, 2018), we welcomed Ms.…

Washington Women’s Dialogue Anniversary Special

About Washington Women's Dialogue There are numerous social challenges to overcome in order to achieve a society where women can actively and inclusively participate in. To achieve this goal, JSIE initiated Washington Women’s Dialogue in order to develop and expand women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities. “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD) is featuring prominent role models in various sectors, who share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. At our second anniversary on December 2017, under the theme of “Inspiring Next Generations & Leaders”, WWD welcomed Ms. Wendy…

12th Washington Women’s Dialogue

X About Washington Women's Dialogue There are numerous social challenges to overcome in order to achieve a society where women can actively and inclusively participate in. To achieve this goal, JSIE was founded particularly in order to develop and expand Asian women’s presence in global leadership roles in business, government, political, and social activities. It holds “Washington Women’s Dialogue” (WWD), co-hosted by the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, featuring prominent role models in various sectors, who share their life experience. WWD offers opportunities to frankly discuss various issues on social and international challenges and learn how to overcome such challenges. At the 12th WWD, we welcomed Ms. Yuka Hayashi and…

Global Peer Professional Clip

Here are Global Peer Professional members from various parts of the world. We are going to periodically update our member clips. Moeko from DC アジアの経済情報を伝える英文メディア Nikkei Asian Review の立ち上げ後、アジアとアメリカを中心に各国でのマーケティング戦略立案・実行に携わってきました。東京からワシントンDCに拠点を移してからは、仕事の傍ら大学院にて博物館学(アートマネジメント)を専攻しています。アートを通じた教育に関心があり、スミソニアンのアジアン美術館フリーア・サックラーの教育部門にも勤務しています。LGBTQも障がい者も関係ない、インクルージョン社会を実現するためのミュージアムの役割が議論されており日米比較を含めた研究を進めています。女性のリーダーシップ、アート全般、教育など気軽にお話できれば嬉しいです! Melanie from London I am a strategist, social and experience designer. Together with communities, not-for-profits, public managers and policymakers, I use design and innovation methodologies to unlock knowledge, re-frame issues and co-design human-centered services, experiences, and programs. I have spent 15 years working in a wide variety of both public and private sector industries in London, Sydney and Tokyo, and have a broad commercial experience with global brands and consultancies. I am currently advising how Governments may transform how their organisation’s approach to social issues, and…