Founder & Managing Director, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) Tokyo
Lauren S Power is an award-winning researcher, author, speaker, and advocate for women, youth, and migrants. She is a Ph.D. Candidate in International Relations at the University of Tokyo with a focus on understanding the economic and social lives of migrants. Lauren is the Founder and Managing Director of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) Tokyo, a youth-led, youth-focused NGO that fosters international, inclusive, and intergenerational dialogue on pivotal issues for Japan and the world. Previously, Lauren has worked for and in partnership with the OECD, UN-MGCY, UN-ESCAP, and the G20 2020-2023; and she has been a contributing researcher to the Research Center for Sustainable Peace (RCSP), the Refugee Review, and the Journal for Human Security Studies.
Chairperson of RW Welfare Society (RWWS)
President and founder of FEIM
Programs Facilitator at Resonate and Gender mainstreaming & resource moblisation at Global Youth Biodiversity Network-Rwanda.(GYBN), Resonate and GYBN
White Ribbon Alliance / What Women Want
Director, Center for Women's Research