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Shinnenkai Social January 19 Event Recap

January 19, 2023
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We kicked-off 2023 by joining individual, organizational, and corporate members together at our virtual Shinnenkai Social. This was also a great opportunity for FEW to spotlight the generosity of the different organizations and companies who believe in women’s empowerment, who believe in the mission of FEW Japan and who have been helping us for many…

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Business Startup and Survival in Tough Times November 17 Event Recap

November 24, 2022
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FEW’s November meeting looked at Business Startup and Survival in Tough Times with emphasis on Unconventional Success Stories from Japan. We are normalizing and shining a spotlight on all the Unconventional Journeys that pioneering women are constantly leading and our amazing panelists and community shared their experiences to help us create our own business and…

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September Kick-Off: Unconventional Journeys September 22 Event Recap

September 22, 2022
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FEW Japan was proud to host the September Kick-Off: ‘Unconventional Journeys event to kickstart the new FEW year. Our annual theme is “Unconventional Journey”’ because so many of our members see their lives this way, so they brought panelists whose names we may know, to share their own stories and help us dig a little…

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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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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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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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Few’s CREW – AND ASSIST

January 3, 2022

Get to know the people supporting the board The board members at FEW are volunteers with lives, families and businesses outside of their FEW duties. We couldn’t do our FEW work without the support of paid specialists to assist with the technical, design and organisational areas.  We would love to shine a light on these…

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Few’s CREW – Kristen McQuillin

January 3, 2022

Get to know the people supporting the board The board members at FEW are volunteers with lives, families and businesses outside of their FEW duties. We couldn’t do our FEW work without the support of paid specialists to assist with the technical, design and organisational areas.  We would love to shine a light on these…

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