Monthly Meeting

SEPTEMBER KICK-OFF EVENT

July 6, 2022
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September 22nd @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (JST)  Are you a woman traveling an unconventional path? In fact most women appear to be walking the road less traveled and this panel aims to make this reality visible, celebrated and normalized. At our September Kick-off Members Meeting, we call upon long time members, new members, and board directors to…

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Summer Social & Games Night June 30 2022 Event Recap

June 30, 2022
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FEW Japan welcomed the summer in style through a virtual Summer Social and Games Night which allowed members to get together, have fun, connect with their board and share their key takeaways in the past year. There were no formal speakers, our members were the stars of the event.  We were amazed by the support…

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Building Acceptance Towards Transgender Women May 26 2022 – Recap

May 26, 2022
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In honour of Pride Month in June, FEW Japan was proud to host this special Virtual Lunch on the theme “Building Acceptance Towards Transgender Women”. Transwomen are still experiencing a lot of difficulties navigating different careers and they’re still fighting to have equal rights and acceptance. We at FEW Japan have been keen on building…

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June Monthly Members’ Meeting

April 19, 2022
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June 30th @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (JST) Interact with the dynamic and diverse FEW community. Meet the new members from all over Japan. Connect with the FEW board and share your takeaways from the last 12 months. Let’s socialize and have fun together on a fun game night! This is our last event before the summer break.…

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Diversifying Tech & Womxn in STEAM: Japan and the World 2022 – Recap

March 24, 2022
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In honor of International Women’s month, FEW Japan was proud to host this special event on the topic of “Diversifying Tech and Womxn in STE(A)M: Japan and the World 2022”, for the fourth year running. This was a good opportunity for us to set this important topic on the radar shining a spotlight on this…

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An evening with Karen Hill Anton – Recap

March 4, 2022
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FEW Japan welcomed legacy speaker Karen Hill Anton, a great author, columnist, consultant and coach to speak at our February 2022 monthly meeting. Karen Hill Anton has seamlessly crossed cultures in her adopted home town in rural Shizuoka. She has done this while remaining true to herself and her identity and yet enjoyed the friendships…

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Diversifying Tech & Womxn in STEAM: Japan and the World 2022

January 24, 2022
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March 24th @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (JST) March is Women’s History Month and the time for us to mark and celebrate International Women’s Day. Naturally FEW Japan is taking part in the celebrations. For the fourth year running, we are hosting our annual special event on the topic of “Diversifying Tech and Womxn in STE(A)M: Japan and…

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FEW Shinnenkai Social – Recap

January 20, 2022
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Off to a Roaring Start to 2022 The FEW Japan Shinnenkai took place online, providing an opportunity for everyone to meet the wonderful Organizational and Corporate Sustaining Members who support FEW Japan, and to hear their insights on a variety of pertinent topics. After welcoming everyone to the first meeting in the year of the…

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An evening with Karen Hill Anton

December 23, 2021
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February 24th @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (JST) Join us for an intimate evening with author Karen Hill Anton. Enjoy as she reads favorite passages from her multi-award winning memoir “The View From Breast Pocket Mountain”. Hear real-life stories, accompanied by vintage photographs, of how Karen has stayed true to herself and navigated Japanese culture in rural Shizuoka…

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Beyond Bootstrapping! – Recap

November 29, 2021
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Funding pathways for tech and regional revitalization  It’s pretty common to have a ideas you think would make a great business. But without a business education or successful entrepreneur in the family, you’re often left without a next step. November’s monthly FEW meeting brought in two incredible CEOs to discuss options for the hardest step…

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