Out of 156 countries, the rank of gender gap report for Indonesia is 101st, for Japan is 120th and for India is 140th (World Economic Forum, 2021), indicating there are many challenges to improve women’s participation in these countries. Women are facing many difficulties to embrace their identity as leaders and to gain acceptance as leaders by others. While many has addressed this issue, less people realize that the development of identity as leaders start early in life, where women learn to appreciate their identities as leaders and as caregivers (as a wife and/or a mother). This symposium is going to present research findings in India and Indonesia related to challenges and key empowerment strategies for the development of women leaders in those two big countries, with many diversities within each country. The role of family (especially a father), culture, education and mentor will be specifically discussed.
|Opening 9:00 - 9:05|
|Moderator: Dr. Kyoko Motobayashi|
|Opening remarks 9:05 - 9:15|
Dr. Masako Ishii-Kuntz (Trustee and Vice President of Ochanomizu University)
Mrs. Nuning Akhmadi (Spouse of the Indonesian Ambassador to Japan)
|Break 9:15 - 9:20|
|Presentations 9:20 - 10:20 （Click here for detail.）|
|Dr. Rajashi Ghosh||“Challenging the Gendered Norms of Leadership: Implications for Indian Women Leaders”|
|Dr. Risatianti Kolopaking||
“Posyandu Cadre: Empowering Indonesian Women Leaders in Community-based Healthcare”
|Dr. Nurtami Soedarsono||“Women in Higher Education: Leading across Disciplines and Cultures”|
|Discussant 10:20 - 10:35|
Dr. Corina Riantoputra
|Q&A 10:35 - 10:55|
|Floor & Moderator|
|Closing 10:55 - 11:00|
|Dr. Kyoko Motobayashi|
■Rajashi Ghosh- Associate Professor, School of Education, Drexel University, USA
Dr. Rajashi Ghosh is Associate Professor and the Department Chair for Policy, Organization and Leadership in the School of Education, Drexel University in USA. She has publications in many reputable journals and now is an editor of Human Resource Development International (HRDI). She is going to share her research on women leaders in India.
■Risatianti Kolopaking- Lecturer, Faculty of Psychology, Islamic State University Syarif Hidayatullah, Indonesia
Dr. Risatianti Kolopaking is a lecturer from the oldest Islamic University in Indonesia. She conducts many research and consulting works in health industry, and currently, participates in international research about stunting in India, Indonesia and Nepal. She is going to share her observation of women leaders in a health setting, in rural Indonesia.
■Nurtami Soedarsono- Lecturer, Faculty of Dentistry / Vice Rector for Research, Innovation and Community Engagement Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Dr. Nurtami Soedarsono received her Ph.D., from Tokyo Medical and Dental University. She is one of the youngest Vice Rectors (Vice President) in Indonesia, and is now serving as Vice Rector for Research, Innovation and Community Engagement at Universitas Indonesia. She is going to share her own experience to be a woman leader in an educational setting.
■ Dr. Corina D. Riantoputra, Specially-Appointed Professor, Institute for Global Leadership, Ochanomizu University, Japan / Associate Professor, the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
■ Dr. Kyoko Motobayashi, Associate Professor, Institute for Global Leadership, Ochanomizu University
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