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Japan America Society of Southern California
Building Japan-America Relationships Since 1909
Screening of "The Birth of Astro Boy" (1963) and Panel Discussion featuring Macoto Tezka
Osamu Tezuka's "Astro Boy" brought an epic-making change in the history of Japanese animation. The first animated TV series in Japan formed the basis for a long lasting and flourishing culture of Japanese animation.
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
6:30pm Cocktail Reception
Panel discussion with Macoto Tezka and American Animation Expert to follow.
$20 General Admission
JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles Salon, Level 5
6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028
Makoto Tezuka also known as Macoto Tezka was born in Tokyo 1961 and is the son of "Astro Boy" creator, Osamu Tezuka. Macoto is a "Visualist" who began making films in high school and won several film awards including Pia Film Festival. Since then, Tezka has turned into a successful creator in various fields including a director of films, TV commercial ads and PV.
For tickets and more information, please visit www.japancutshollywood.com
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Saturday, September 14, 2019
12:00pm Shotgun Start
5:30pm Silent Auction & Reception
6:30pm Awards Dinner
6:30時半 表彰式 ＆ ディナー
12442 Tustin Ranch Road
Tustin, CA 92782
Your participation will make educational programs possible that benefit children attending Title I programs (i.e., schools serving a high percentage of children from low-income families). The programs you will help make possible include the Hitachi Japanese Kite Workshops, and Japan Bowl® of California.
Sponsors are recognized in all print/electronic media, at the Awards Banquet, in the Golf Classic Program and on the Japan America Society website.
ゴルフトーナメントへの寄付金や協賛金は、南加日米協会が開催する教育プログラムを継続するための重要な資金源となっております。Title I プログラム（NCLB第 1 章で定められた不利な状況にある児童・生徒の学力の向上に向けた取組に対する財政支援） に参加している学校に通う低所得層の生徒が対象で、日立和凧ワークショップやジャパンボウルオブカリフォルニアなどのプログラムを開催しています。
Sponsorship and player fee includes BBQ Lunch, Networking Reception and Awards Banquet.
Hole Sponsor $2,000
- Priority entry for one (1) foursome
- Signage at Tee and Green
- Preferred seating at Awards Dinner
Tee Sponsor $1,500
- Priority entry for two (2) golfers
- Signage at Tee
Beverage / Product Sampling on Course $350
(Limited to 3 companies)
- 6ft Table on course to promote your product
- Great way to promote Beer, Sake, Packaged foods, Golf equipment, sports products, and more!
Banner Sponsor $250
Opportunity to display a banner up to 3ft x 6ft to promote your company during the tournament and networking reception
Individual Participant $300
Early Bird Special! Register by July 31st and receive 10 raffle tickets! ($50 value)
Networking Reception & Awards Dinner Only $65
JAS Package $50 (limited to one per player) Purchase before July 31st and receive 5 extra raffle tickets! ($25 value)
JAS Package Includes -
Pre-purchased JAS Packages will be presented to you on the day of the tournament.
Prize Donation for Silent Auction and Raffle
Increase your company's visibility and marketing outreach!Participate by donating prizes for the silent auction or raffle, or provide your products to be included with gift favors distributed to every attendee.
Please consider donating gift-certificates, entertainment, sports or travel tickets, gift baskets, memorabilia, wine, sake or spirits for our silent auction, raffle and games.
For more information, please contact Douglas Erber at email@example.com or 310-965-9050 ext. 107.
6925 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028
Japan CUTS Hollywood film festival is presented by the Japan America Society of Southern California to promote Japanese cinema, content and culture to the US and the world. It will also introduce Japanese talent (actors, directors, writers and more) to Hollywood, and will benefit people who know and have interest in Japan, as well as create new “fans” of Japan.
Japan CUTS Hollywood is presented as a sister event of "Japan Cuts," presented by Japan Society in New York.
For more information, please visit www.japancutshollywood.com
6th Annual Conference
From Locker Room to C-Suite
Penny Toler Janelle Sasaki
Executive Vice President Director of EY Japan, Japan Area Leader
& General Manager EY Women’s Athletes Business Network
Los Angeles Sparks BIO
Additional Speakers will be announced soon.
Increasing evidence shows that playing sports can transfer into your professional career, helping you become a better and more influential leader.
Playing sports is often considered a male thing, but the expectation that sports can help your career holds for women as well as men. In a 2014 report of women executives by Ernst and Young (EY) Women Athletes Business Network and espnW, 74% said a background in sport can help accelerate a woman’s career. In another report, they found an overwhelming correlation between athletic and business success; 94% of women in the C-suite played sports and 80% of female Fortune executives played competitive sports.
Against the backdrop of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, this year’s conference will address the character traits and attributes that are common among great athletes and business leaders. The speakers will highlight leadership qualities that are both effective on and off the field, and share skills learned in athletics that have a direct workplace crossover.
Sponsorship Opportunities & Benefits
Thursday, November 7, 2019
5:30-6:30pm Networking Reception
InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills
2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA 90067
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About Women's Leadership Counts Initiative
In 2014, the Japan America Society of Southern California's Women's Leadership Counts Initiative (WLCI) was created as a first-of-its-kind initiative to provide a platform for women in business on both sides of the Pacific to engage in professional and leadership development.
Together with our partner organizations, business executives and community leaders, the WLCI will create a network that inspires action and moves the needle on women's leadership.
WLCI's Mission Statement:
To provide an inclusive and diverse platform for women in business to engage in professional and global leadership development
Who Should Attend
Current and future corporate, business, academic, non-profit and entrepreneurial women and men leaders who value the U.S-Japan collaboration and wish to expand their networks.
Why You Should Attend
$60 Members $85 Non-Members
$115 Admission plus new 1 year $75 Individual JASSC Membership
For attractive sponsorship opportunities, contact Douglas Erber at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-965-9050 ext 107.
Sanders Charitable Fund
Asian American Professionals Association National Association of Women Business Owners Los Angeles
FEW (For Empowering Women), Japan Women in Cable Telecommunications
Koyamada International Foundation