Sayuri Daimon

Sayuri Daimon is an executive operating officer and the managing editor of The Japan Times. Daimon is the first woman to fill this role in the newspaper’s 116-year history. Since joining the newspaper in 1991, she has covered various fields as a staff writer, ranging from politics to business. She became Domestic News Division Manager in 2006, Deputy Managing Editor in 2008, and Executive Operating Officer from July 2013. She was awarded the Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University in 2000.

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Tokushima woman on zero-waste quest gets an audience with Davos

National Feb 14, 2019

Tokushima woman on zero-waste quest gets an audience with Davos

With leaders from around the world as her audience, a young Japanese woman from Kamikatsu, Tokushima Prefecture, spoke about her small town's "zero waste" initiatives, urging the globally influential audience to act to change society. "Our population is only 1,500, and more than half is ...

Public-private collaboration key to challenges

Business | davos special 2019 Jan 22, 2019

Public-private collaboration key to challenges

Are our current institutions and global governance architecture sufficient to solve the new challenges the world is currently facing? According to Lee Howell, an executive of the Switzerland-based World Economic Forum, the existing institutions and systems around the world, created in the 20th century, are ...