Brooklyn-based consultant Cosmo Fujiyama was the featured speaker at the 26th annual Women’s Leadership Colloquium @ UMW in November.
The 34-year-old shared what she’s learned from her life and her work bringing joy and emotional intelligence to workplaces and schools. She and brother Shin Fujiyama ’07 co-founded the nonprofit aid group Students Helping Honduras when she was an undergraduate at the College of William & Mary.
Each year, the colloquium presents the Patricia Lacey Metzger Distinguished Achievement Award to a community member who shows leadership in her field, personal and professional integrity, and a commitment to community service. This year’s recipient was UMW College of Business Dean Lynne Richardson.
The daylong colloquium provides workshops, networking, and career coaching sessions to professional women.