Women’s Leadership Forum and Networking Luncheon | Nov 13

The World Affairs Council is pleased to share announcements about international events that may be of interest to our members and guests. Today we are providing information about this special event on behalf of our colleagues at the Japan-America Society of Tennessee.

You’re Invited

Women’s Leadership and Networking Luncheon

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 — 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Green Door Gourmet

Against an elegantly rustic backdrop, Japan-connected culinary entrepreneurs bring a flair for flavor to this year’s Forum, exploring topics ranging from starting their own restaurants to health and wellness, sustainable agriculture and the farm to table movement.  Highlights are sure to include:

  • three-course Japanese-inspired lunch;
  • first-hand experience of Green Door Gourmet’s food and flower farming operation;
  • on-site artisan market place; and a
  • unique memento of the occasion!
Register HERE to reserve a seat or two – or an entire table! 
JAST Members $65.00
Non-Members $90.00
JAST’s Women’s Leadership Forum & Networking Luncheon brings together corporate, political, philanthropic, governmental and non-profit sector leaders to champion more active roles for women in decision-making at all levels of society.  Future prosperity and economic competitiveness of Japan and the U.S. require that greater numbers of women step up and take the lead!
For information about sponsorships, please contact
Leigh Wieland at 615-604-3124.



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