IJ WIN MEMBERS

The Israel – Japan Women’s Innovation Network consists of Japanese and Israeli residents living in Japan and Israel. This group consists of members with extensive business, social, and academic experience in Japanese and Israeli society.
Every big idea starts with a small one.
IJ-WIN supports all steps.

Hadas Kushelevich

Ph.D. Candidate at Osaka university, Graduate School of Law and Politics (Pharmaceutical regulations)

Business consultant

Entrepreneur

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Michelle Aizenberg

3rd year Hebrew University Student of Asian Studies and International Relations

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Sharon Almog

Hebrew language and a literary editor, Vegan Food explorer

Entrepreneur.

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Ronnie Tal

3rd year Hebrew University Student of Asian Studies and English Literature

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Lihi Kimura

Japanese teacher based in Tel-Aviv

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Heli Hershkovits

Tour guide

Japan Goodiez, co-founder

Entrepreneur

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Shira Prion

Adv. Shira Prion work as a Japanese desk at Weiss, Porat & Co. Graduate from the University of IDC in Herzelia, LLB in Law and B.A in Business, Major in Information Technology.
 

Yuiko Kobayashi

Has multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural experience in project managing and business development.
Specialties: Israel startups, Investment, Technology & Innovation, Japanese corporates, Business Tech Tour, Teamwork & Leadership training seminar, and Real estate.

Naomi Nakashima

More than 20 years of business experience in Israel-Japan, and the relationship of Israel-Palestine-Japan. Consulting and Supporting Israeli/Japanese companies be more successful in Japan/Israel

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Noa Kume

Lifestyle blogger and photographer

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Miri Golan

Groundbreaking entrepreneur developed innovative systems that helped teachers to interact with digital technologies.

A leading figure in the promotion of Japanese culture in Israel. She is also a noted paper artist.  Her work has been exhibited in museums, worldwide.


Noa Meidan

3rd year Hebrew University Student of Asian Studies and International Relations

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Shira Ya'acov

3rd year Hebrew University Student of Asian Studies and Criminology

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Tomoko Nakamura Josting

Tomoko Nakamura Josting has rich experience in the business between Israel and Japan so far. The industries Tomoko has been involved in are diverse fields such as medicine, agriculture, media, textiles, chemistry, education, finance, and investments.

Keren-Or Rosner

Keren-Or has dedicated her career to sustainability, social innovation, Israel-Japan business relations.

Forbes 30 under 30 alumni, former Israel Japan Chamber of Commerce, Yaskawa Electric Corp. She co-founded SDG Israel (Sustainable Development Goals) ecosystem and has worked with over 100 organizations and startups in solving tech challenges. 

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