Yoriko Kawaguchi

Deputy Director, Environment Division, Policy Research Council at Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)

Yoriko Kawaguchi

Yoriko Kawaguchi

Deputy Director, Environment Division, Policy Research Council at Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)

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Career Highlights

Consulate General of Japan (New York)
Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Japan Ministry of the Environment

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1155

Primary Location

Tokyo, Japan

Number of Boards

7

Birthday

01/1941 - Japan

Age

78

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Prime Minister of Japan

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Chief Financial Officer, Director & Managing Executive Officer at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Chairman at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Senior Managing Executive Officer, President of Subsidiary at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Senior Managing Executive Officer, Chief Director of Food & Consumer Services at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Chief Information Officer, Chief Strategy Officer, Managing Executive Officer, Director at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Director, CAO & Managing Executive Officer at Toyota Tsusho Corp.

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Director of Foundation Grants at United States - Japan Foundation

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President at United States - Japan Foundation

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Yoriko Kawaguchi
Deputy Director, Environment Division, Policy Research Council at Liberal Democratic Party (Japan)
Education
Master's in Economics

Yale University is an American private Ivy League research university located in New Haven, Connecticut. Founded in 1701 in the Colony of Connecticut, the university is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States.

BA in International Relations

The University of Tokyo was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. As a leading research university, UTokyo offers courses in essentially all academic disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research across the full spectrum of academic activity. The University aims to provide its students with a rich and varied academic environment that ensures opportunities for both intellectual development and the acquisition of professional knowledge and skills. To learn more about the University of Tokyo, please visit the pages below.

Career History
Professor
2013 - Current

Meiji University is one of the best universities in Japan and has the history for 130 years and it has four campuses located in Tokyo.

Deputy Director, Environment Division, Policy Research Council
Current

The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, frequently abbreviated to LDP or Jiminto, is a conservative[18] political party in Japan. The LDP has near continuously been in power since its foundation in 1955—a period called the 1955 System—with the exception of a period between 1993 and 1994, and again from 2009 to 2012. In the 2012 election it regained control of government. It holds 291 seats in the lower house and 121 seats in the upper house, with the Komeito the governing coalition has the supermajority in both houses. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and many present and former LDP ministers are also known members of Nippon Kaigi, a monarchist and negationist organization.

Minister
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Events
Speaker
Davos, Switzerland
2012 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

A record 2,600 business, government and civil society leaders – including nearly 40 heads of state or government – participated in the 42nd World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, which took place under the theme The Great Transformation: Shaping New Models. The record participation indicated the international community’s level of concern for the world today, as one crisis after another emerges. It also underscored the commitment of the Forum’s Members, Partners and communities to improving the state of the world.

Speaker
Tianjin, GD, China
2010 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions

At the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, the World Economic Forum brings together emerging global leaders and Mentors willing to share the knowledge and perception that only come with experience. It is this powerful mix of questioning, insight and resilience that makes the Summer Davos unique. This year’s Meeting focused on “Driving Growth through Sustainability”, an opportunity that confronts every business, government, civil society organization and individual. From the start of the three-day event, it was clear that participants understood the key factors needed to achieve this goal, especially in the post-crisis context. Throughout the Meeting, the nature of innovation and creativity in institutions, policies, systems and technologies was explored. To drive the innovation necessary to achieve balanced growth and sustainability requires many inputs, including a high degree of collaboration among all players, even rivals.

Speaker
Davos, Switzerland
2010 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting of the New Champions

At the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, the World Economic Forum brings together emerging global leaders and Mentors willing to share the knowledge and perception that only come with experience. It is this powerful mix of questioning, insight and resilience that makes the Summer Davos unique. This year’s Meeting focused on “Driving Growth through Sustainability”, an opportunity that confronts every business, government, civil society organization and individual. From the start of the three-day event, it was clear that participants understood the key factors needed to achieve this goal, especially in the post-crisis context. Throughout the Meeting, the nature of innovation and creativity in institutions, policies, systems and technologies was explored. To drive the innovation necessary to achieve balanced growth and sustainability requires many inputs, including a high degree of collaboration among all players, even rivals.

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