Excitement builds towards the All-Star program created exclusively for the One Young World Munich 2021 closing ceremony.
One Young World Japan Committee is excited to announce that veteran event producer and next-gen leader, Ms. Yuko Furuichi, will be joining the One Young World Tokyo 2022 global summit organizing committee as co-chief producer.
Gifu Prefectural Kani High School x One Young World GLA Setting higher standards with Japan’s high schools May 20, 2021 – Tokyo, JAPAN: One Young World (OYW) is one of the world’s largest international platforms gathering more than 2,000 young leaders from 196 countries around the world and has been holding annual summits in different […]
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OYWJ Announces Its Newest Director Ms. Rui Nagamori March 8, 2021 Tokyo, Japan One Young World Japan is pleased to announce the addition of its newest director, Ms. Rui Nagamori. Rui began her career as a bilingual MC and interpreter for ministerial level conferences and international sports events. She later found an opportunity to establish her […]
One Young World Japan (OYWJ) is excited to announce on International Women’s Day its SDG 5 all-female line-up of talent to represent Tokyo and Japan at the One Young World Munich 2021 Closing Ceremony on July 25th, 2021.
Here at One Young World Japan, SDG 5 is a continuous focus of our efforts. So, EVERY DAY is International Women’s Day for us!
Nana Kusakabe is one of the empowered women at SoftBank making a difference. One Young World Japan sat down with the HR veteran to get her take on what it takes to succeed in “the boys club” and what future leaders should expect if they are to succeed as well.
Career women like Aya Yamanouchi at LVMH Japan are proving that the “entrances” and “exits” that are part of any smart business model can also be leveraged to further an individual’s career path as well. One Young World Japan Director, Daren Afshar, sits down LVMH Japan’s charisma trainer to learn more about her path to the top.
Leading a non-profit organization is a career choice that probably doesn’t occur to many young (or older!) people, but for Kozue Oka it felt like a natural fit. Her rapid rise from intern to Executive Director of Mirai-no-Mori has brought challenges and learnings, but she is stepping up to lead the organization as it grows and sets ambitious goals for future impact. OYWJ Director Tove Kinooka sat down with her to find out more…