Visiting researcher at Center for Rule-making Strategies in Tama University, and a freelance lobbyist.

Graduated from Keio University (2012) with a degree in Law (LL.B.) and completed the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Law and Political Science (J.D.) in 2016.

Joined the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2016 and retired in 2018.

While serving as a national public servant, she continued to receive passionate encouragement or rage from the public and was entangled in the extreme demonstrations. Those experiences made her worry about how bureaucrats and politicians should work and its significance of existence, or how to reflect nation’s will.

After her retirement, she worked as a freelance to set up a public policy department for a venture company, and at the same time, experienced a parliamentary member internship. She is currently expanding her knowledge as a freelancer.

Her dream in the future is to create a textbook that can be used to find out for whom people want to speak out for change “when and how to submit opinion to what is most efficient”. Also, to create a knowledge base that can be used for people preparing for demonstrations, to read a textbook or ask an expert before it’s been done.