Ryoko Ogino is a Managing Director at the Center on Japanese Economy and Business. Ryoko oversees all administrative and programing matters at CJEB, by developing, planning and executing the CJEB program and events calendar with CJEB academic directors and managing CJEB's Visiting Scholars Program. Ryoko fosters relationships with potential sponsors and manages and designs other fundraising strategies. Ryoko develops and maintains long-term plans for CJEB with the partnership of CJEB academic directors, the Dean's office, and CJEB Faculty Advisory Committee. Ryoko co-created the Center’s Japanese Management Leadership Program, with Professor Yumiko Shimabukuro, of the School of International and Public Affairs, to offer leadership research seminars, global communication in leadership training, and an innovation and diversity workshop series. The program also addresses women’s career advancement. Prior to joining the Business School in September 2010, Ryoko held positions at Shiseido Americas Corporation and Sony Corporation of America in product development, PR, international marketing, and staff management. Ryoko holds a degree (Magna Cum Laude) in Human Relations in multinational organizational settings from the State University of New York, Buffalo.