Sticky Notes of Thoughts

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About the blogger

Yuka-superhero

Born in Japan, educated in Canada and the U.S., Yuka Nagashima taught and created science curriculum at Punahou Academy, and was a co-founder of LavaNet, one of Hawaii’s first Internet service providers, before she led the State of Hawaii’s innovation efforts as the Executive Director of the High Technology Development Corporation for 7 years. Paideia Enterprises is her consulting firm specializing in innovation and strategic vision, offering pragmatic solutions to organizational challenges, including executive coaching, organizational change management, softlanding businesses in the U.S., cultural interpretation and other business services. She recently returned to the U.S. after spending 2 years living in Aarhus, Denmark, with her husband, making San Francisco Bay Area her new home.

Art credit: Portrait of Yuka Nagashima as a “superhero, saving people everywhere from bland foods with spices”, by Cole Fujimoto

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2 comments on “About the blogger

  1. swathimanda
    March 20, 2016

    Hi Yuka, I love reading your posts, but I noticed that you have been missing in action for a while now. It would be great to see you write again and share them with us. Hope you are well and would be back soon! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • lavayoda
      March 20, 2016

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I had a sabbatical from blogging (since I met my 2015 goal to write 365 posts for the year). I shall dust off my laptop soon.

      Liked by 1 person

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