Atsuko Fish Featured in The Japan Times


Board Member Atsuko Fish was featured in the The Japan Times for her continued work to empower Japanese women to become leaders and effect social change in Japan. Ms. Fish founded the Japanese Women's Leadership Initiative (JWLI), which holds executive training programs in Boston for Japanese women leaders. In its tenth year, JWLI is revamping its program and putting an emphasis on participants being more action-oriented. Click here or on the image above to read about Ms. Fish's dedication to Japanese women leaders, JWLI and the group of inspiring women selected for this year's program. 

Ms. Fish also announced launched the Champion of Change Japan Award. Ms. Fish received a Champion of Change award from The White House in 2013 in recognition of her commitment to advancing women's leadership in the United States and Japan. With the vision of paying it forward to Japanese women, the Champion of Change Japan Award will give hope to unsung heroes and women grassroots leaders in Japan. An Award recipient will be selected annually out of eight finalists and given a cash prize of $10,000. Click here to learn more about the award (application guidelines are in Japanese only).