<<A profile of the director>>
・He has been entrusted since 2007 up to the present to help periodically local governments' community services with solutions to problems, and to give advice on immigration matters for foreign residents primarily in Kanagawa prefecture under the auspices of Kanagawa Gyoseishoshi Lawyers' Association
・He has been teaching Teikyo University part time since 2007 up to the present.
・He taught Yamawaki Gakuen Junior College 2007 - 2009  
・Wada Liaison & Consulting International Inc. is endorsed on the 7th of December 2007 by the Yokosuka Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a credible SOHO business entrepreneur providing business services where Japanese and non-Japanese interact across borders

・2004 Established Wada Liaison and Consulting International Inc.
Specializing in the following services: (1) assistance to applicants desiring entry to Japan from overseas, particularly concerning immigration procedures, transitional support and company formations, (2) assistance to long-term visitors to Japan, (3) assistance in cultural orientation, the Japanese language and related concerns

・April, 1975-March 31, 2004 Sony Enterprise Co., Ltd.
Sony Showroom Ginza Operations Manager; Sony Overseas Transfer Support Center for non-Japan based expatriates worldwide entering Japan; Sony Travel Hotel Desk (Domestic); Language Department School Manager; Assistant Manager; Japanese Course Chief;Japanese Program Coordinator; Instructor

・1976-1984 Concurrently with USARJ Education Center
As a member of DLI job analysis team, I collected a total of twelve 60-minute audio tapes, many photos and assorted maps to develop the language and culture orientation program for the U.S. government personnel.
I taught thousands of government people and their dependants during this period.
This helped me nurture a good sense of public relations begun through a long period of acquaintance and association with friends from other countries, primarily the United States.

・1974-1976 Studied toward certifications to teach Japanese as a foreign language
・1974 Royal Danish Embassy in Japan
・1972-1974 Roku-Roku Sangyo, Ltd.
・1972 Graduated from Meiji Gakuin University Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
・1970 Summer exchange student on scholarship to Hope College, Michigan, U.S.A.

<<Other Qualifications>>
・2008 National Guide Certificate (English)
・2007 TOEIC Official Score Certificate 900
・1996 Certified Immigration Lawyer
・1991 Passed Gyoseishoshi Lawyers National Qualifying Examination
・1983 Passed the First Grade test in practical English (STEP)authorized by the
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan
・1982 Passed the Special A Class, a program of tests for proficiency in official
languages for the U.N.(UNATE), authorized by the U.N. Association, Japan
・1972 Graduated from Meiji Gakuin University Bachelor of Laws (LL.B)
・1970 Summer exchange student on scholarship to Hope College, Michigan

<<Current Organization Memberships>>
・Ebina Chamber of Commerce and Industry
・Japan Federation of Gyoseishoshi Lawyers Associations
・Kanagawa Gyoseishoshi Lawyers Association

<<Community Involvement>>
・March, 2007 Speech title: "Your Awareness Is The Best Defense"
・March, 2006 Speech title: "Internationalization Begins At Home"
・March, 2005 Speech title: "A Walking Once A Day Keeps The Doctor Away!"
・March, 2004 Speech title: "Active Senior Citizens, Be Ambitious
And Cautious! "
Participated in "Ayase International Speech Festival" in English Speech program, held under the auspices of Ayase City, Ayase City Board of Education, AIFA., and received a “Good Performance” Award

・June, 1987
Contributed an article to the International Year of Shelter for the Homeless (IYSH) Symposium in Yokohama and participated as a panelist, held under the auspices of Kanagawa Prefectural Government, Kanagawa Shinbun, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Japan and Yokohama City

<<Leadership Experience>>
Entrusted by Atsugi City Office to help nurture youths with English Conversational Skills

<<Essays and Articles>>
・August, 1994
Entrusted by the Cultural Affairs Agency, an external branch of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan, to develop a Teacher's Guidebook entitled "How to teach Japanese for foreign business people" (co-authored)

・October, 1987
An Interviewee for “Nihongo Kyoshi Dokuhon No. 3” by ALC, Inc.

・April, 1987
Contributed an article entitled "My observation on foreign language learners–English and Japanese learners" LL Tsushin No. 134 - LL study periodical by Sony Corporation

・September, 1978
Contributed an article entitled "My Personal Encounter" to Quarterly Lounge, No. 4 by Educational Services Department, Sony Enterprise Co., Ltd.

・June, 1976
Collaborated with Defense Language Institute (DLI) research team and contributed to it's development of the language and culture orientation program, "Japanese Headstart" for U.S. government personnel, USARJ Education Center
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