Empowering Women in the U.S and Japan
Join our speakers at the Bellevue Hilton for a very important discussion on how we can empower women in the workforce. Guest speakers will discuss what you can do to promote gender quality at your workplace and what is being done now in Seattle and Japan.
You can even voice your own opinions during the Q&A session or network with the speakers and other guests during the post-program reception.
The third in the series, this panel will provide another look at this issue. The promotion of the role of women is a significant policy priority for both the U.S. and Japan. Both countries are committed to furthering gender equality in the workplace and women's full participation in our societies by working together in various platforms. A panel discussion will cover the link between female participation in the workforce and the impact on the overall economic growth in Washington State and beyond as well as the changes in corporate culture to further ensuring women play more active roles to strengthen the economy.
Member Price: $25.00
Non-Member Price: $35.00
Student Member Price: $15.00
Non-member Student Price: $20.00
DATA ENTERPRISES OF THE NORTHWEST
5:15-6:10 Registration and Reception
6:10-7:10 Panel Presentations
7:40-8:30 Reception Resumes
Be a Sponsor
All sponsors are featured on the event materials and will be recognized at the event. Because of the universality of the topic, this event attracts a wider audience than usual. Take advantage of this great chance to promote your organization while showing your support for gender equality.
Table Sponsor ($500) : Four complimentary tickets, promotional table at the event, and logo recognition on our website and printed programs
Sponsor ($200) : Two complimentary tickets, recognition on our website and printed programs.
Consul General Yoichiro Yamada,
Consulate General of Japan in Seattle
Denise Moriguchi, CEO of Uwajimaya Inc.
Sara Sandford, Owner at Garvey Schubert Barer
Representative Sharon Tomiko Santos, 37th District
Washington State House of Representatives
Special Video Message from:
Akie Omagari, Vice Governor of Fukuoka Prefecture.