CEO / taliki
Born in 1995, graduated from Kyoto University. She built two schools in Cambodia as a representative of an international cooperation organization while she was at the university. Later, she studied at a business school in New York. At a local news bureau, she was involved in coverage of the 2016 presidential election and the UN General Assembly as an assistant producer. Through various experiences, she felt the need to "support players in solving social issues" and founded taliki Inc. during her senior year of university after returning to Japan. While incubating more than 250 social entrepreneurs mainly in the Kansai region and promoting business development and open innovation at listed companies, she also established a VC for solving social issues as the youngest female representative in Japan in 2020 and is engaged in impact investment.