JAST Women’s Leadership Forum and Networking Luncheon

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PROGRAM DISCOUNT

The Japan-America Society of Tennessee invites TNWAC members to receive a discount rate for the 7th Annual Women’s Leadership Forum and Networking Luncheon.

 

Seventh Annual Women’s Leadership Forum and Networking Luncheon

December 3, 2021

You are cordially invited to JAST’s Seventh Annual Women’s Leadership Forum and Networking Luncheon to be held in-person Friday, December 3rd, 2021, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the award winning Tennessee State Museum in Nashville.

Join us for what is certain to be an inspiring session, featuring remarks and conversation with three distinguished women leaders in whose lives and career paths Japan-Tennessee connections figure prominently and continue to play a pivotal role in the good they bestow upon the world:

Consul-General Kayoko Fukushima

Consulate-General of Japan in Nashville 

Masami Izumida Tyson

JAST Board Chair

Global Director of FDI and Trade, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development

Jennifer Butler

Senior Manager, Student Relations Team, Ashinaga Foundation

In addition to a catered luncheon featuring delectable seasonal fare followed by a stimulating program, participants may opt into an informal networking session with Japan-connected counterparts from across the state, a guided group tour of the Tennessee State Museum and its current exhibits, exploration of the Museum Shop, and a stroll through the eclectic offerings of Nashville Farmer’s Market next door. A special memento of the occasion will also be presented to each participant.

Agenda

11:00 a.m.       Informal Networking and Refreshments

11:30 a.m.       Welcome Remarks and Luncheon

Noon                Program/Q&A

1:00 p.m.         Museum Tours/Explore at Leisure

2:00 p.m.         Program Concludes

Reserve your spot today for this year’s Forum. Through our respective connections, we all share in the important work of shaping the future of Japan-Tennessee relations.

Per state and local guidelines, face coverings are now optional for guests of the Tennessee State Museum.

You can find information and register here.
MEMBERS SHOULD CONTACT TNWAC FOR THE MEMBERS’ DISCOUNT CODE

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