Seiko Adachi was born in Japan and graduated from University of Wisconsin, U.S.A. with B.A. in Sociology and Gerontology. As Executive Head of Social Welfare Corporation Shinko Fukushikai, she currently operates 40 elderly care, 11 childcare, and 3 disabled aid businesses. In 2012, Seiko successfully organised an original musical performance about an elderly care site in front of an audience of 2,200 people, with 202 non-professional performers. One year later, she hosted the 1st Global Welfare Summit in Yokohama Japan, during which she invited welfare specialists from 9 different countries and 733 participants from medical, welfare, and other fields including academia. In 2014, she received the Schwab Social Entrepreneurs Award for her entrepreneurship excellence as well as the Funai Soken Great Company Award Grand Prize. In April 2017, Seiko co-hosted the 2nd Global Welfare Summit at the Gold Coast in Australia together with Charlton Brown.
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Executive Head, Social Welfare Corporation Shinko Fukushikai