Stacy Uchida Brown fundraising for USJC People-to-People Campaign

Stacy Uchida Brown

From Stacy Uchida Brown

USJC brings people together. People who lift you up, inspire you, and make change happen. Help us survive, thrive, and get back to work!

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About Me

I first became involved with USJC six years ago through the Emerging Leaders Program. USJC is a world class organization with world class people, making a difference in US-Japan relations. I'm fundraising to ensure a bright future for our global community, including my 9 month old daughter. I want her to embrace her diverse identity, have a strong sense of community, and contribute to what she believes in. The USJC family changed my life. Help us continue to change more!

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For the past seven decades, a strong U.S.-Japan relationship has been revered as a deeply valuable asset by both countries, no matter the state of global affairs. 2020 has brought forth new challenges - a global pandemic, economic strain, and political shifts.

The scope and pace of change like this can be overwhelming. But USJC is harnessing these forces to energize us and innovate our thinking. We are committed, now more than ever, to investing in the people who will continue to strengthen and prioritize our partnership.  

The foundation of the Council was built upon personal relationships fueling transformative leadership and global advances. Whether it’s in the boardroom, over a shared meal, or on a Zoom call with attendees from across the Pacific, true innovation happens when bonds are created person-to-person, people-to-people.  

Join us to help fund our new and timely campaign- #USJCPeopleToPeople

Our goal is to raise $25,000 between October 15 and December 5.

Your support will help ensure that USJC can continue to facilitate the people-to-people connections needed to advance business, politics, and community right now.

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