Dallas Japanese Career Women

A nonprofit organization

DJCW (Dallas Japanese Career Women) was founded by two inspiring Japan working women: Yuko Kitamura & Hoshi Brooks in 2018. It is designed to connect and inspire Japanese working women as well as those who support such working women in Dallas/Fort-Worth area. DJCW always looks for opportunities to make every Japanese working woman grow and shine by providing encouraging, caring, and inspiring experiences. Since the inception, we expanded our reach through internet. During COVID, we started hosting online events to connect ALL Japanese career minded women in the world. Today, we have more than 300 members in the globe with more than half of them being in Dallas Fort-Worth Area. Some of the events to highlight are "connect with Japanese career women in the world", and providing internship opportunities to Japanese University students. One of our targets is to equip future generation of career women to shine and empower. Further, it has been our privilege to highlight successful women in the world who have connected social business and women's empowerment through our events.

Our Needs

Let's work together to paint bright future for female college students with us.  

We will provide study sessions for female students about leadership and mapping their career. 

We will host Japanese and US Universities Summit: Students from both countries will discuss gender issues associated with them and their future. 

We will provide internship opportunities and collaboration activities for those Japanese female students wishing to work international market. 

We will craft "Global Mentorship Program" that connects professionals in the US and Globe and Japanese female students. 

We will promote Gender equality and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion per SDG Goals set by the United Nation. 

Please consider donating $25, $35 or $45.  


We founded the organization to connect all Japanese career women, and those who want to work in the US and the world. Japan is ranked 19th of Gender Inequality Index within Human Development Index, by United Nation. Its rank is relatively low for develped nations.

Our organization provides events and platform for members to "Network, Inspire and Empower". We started to collaborate discussion events with Japanese Universities to foster the next generation of women.

Equity Statement

Section 2.03 Nondiscrimination Policy. The Nonprofit will not practice or permit any unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex, age, race, color, national origin, religion, physical handicap or disability, or any other basis prohibited by law.

Organization Data


Organization name

Dallas Japanese Career Women

Tax id (EIN)




Employment & Workforce Development, Racial Equity, Women & Girls

Operating Budget

$100,000 - $249,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Asian/Pacific Islander

BIPOC Leadership


Equity Statement

Equity Statement


3331 Denali Drive
Irving, TX 75063

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