JSIE in the News

News picks Media picks up JSIE activities and JSIE member’s interviews. Kumamoto Nichi nichi newspaper reported about KumamotoWISE. May 19, 2019. Morning edition of Kumamoto Nichi Nichi newspaper Japan Spotlight published JSIE president’s Interview Hiromi Murakami’s interview was published on May/June 2019 edition. Under the theme of「Women in Japan Not Yet Fully Utilized for Economic Growth、Murakami talked about why she has founded JSIE. The article is here. Japan Times Op-Ed by Richard Solomon included Hiromi Murakami’s stories.   Richard Solomon’s “Womenomics: Mend the gap” is here.  It is also published at Beacon Report — Here. Red Bull Amaphiko included Hiromi Murakami’s comment on Japanese society and entrepreneurship.  Red Bull Amaphiko(a…

Support WISE

WISE Fund JSIE has created “WISE Fund” for supporting WISE programs JSIE has created “WISE Fund” after Kumamoto WISE 2019, which JSIE with collaboration of Kumamoto Prefecture organized workshop to provide opportunity to individuals for shaping ideas into actionable project plans. Kumamoto people continue to face challenges caused by devastating earthquake; however, it means we have great chances to create new social values by turning such challenges into (social) business ideas. JSIE staffs, mentors, and participants worked together through two-day workshop. We continue to support the best team “Kumamondai” to realize their plans, and we very much appreciate your continued support. 2019 WISE Summer program in Beppu (Aug. 2-4, 2019)…

Unlock Your Full Potential

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 is a women’s mentorship program that was launched in 2013 with the objective to develop the next generation of globally active women leaders from Japan. As part of the program, mentees travel to the United States on a study trip implemented by Cultural Vistas.…

17th Washington Women’s Dialogue

Date & Time:Tuesday, October 9th, 2018  18:30~20:00(Door opens 18:00 for networking) Venue:Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation 1156 15th Street, NW Suite 1105 | Washington, D.C. 20005) Speakers:  Ms. Sarah Colon, and Ms. Saleema Vellani Capacity:25(※Registration will close when it reaches capacity.) Language:English Please register and make a payment below. (JSIE free-member login is required for registration.) 

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…

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…

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.…