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Sarajean Rossitto is a Tokyo-based social impact architect, providing project, event and training program coordination, facilitation, and advisory services for educational institutions, international organizations, nonprofit organizations, and corporations to better tackle social needs and have a positive social impact. Her work centers on developing skills, knowledge, and effective partnerships between organizations and across borders. She has worked with Japanese grassroots and international organizations on disaster response and preparation, gender, poverty, inclusion, human rights, conflict mediation, community health, at-risk youth, gender-based violence, persons with different abilities, and HIV/AIDS. Sarajean has served as the Tokyo representative for international organizations including Give2Asia Foundation and the IE3 Global Internship Program. For more than 10 years, she has run workshops and courses on NGO management, sustainable development, Japanese civil society, global social movements, and project management at Sophia University and Temple University, Japan Campus. She has served as board member or advisor to a number of nonprofits such as FEW (For Empowering Women, Japan), The Asian Rural Institute (ARI), Mirai no Mori, and A Place to Grow.