Chiyo Moriuchi is a consultant providing advice in the areas of leadership, governance, organizational structure and culture, real estate and strategic planning. She is a social entrepreneur and a public speaker on the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and its relevance today. Chiyo’s earlier career spans 30 years in finance and real estate investment management. As a senior executive of national and global firms, she built and led teams in the US and internationally to provide superior performance and service to institutional investors. She is an accomplished real estate professional, problem solver and skilled administrator with deep experience managing across cultures. She is a trustee of Medford Leas (a Continuing Care Retirement Community), the Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation (a grantmaking foundation) and George School (an independent boarding and day high school). Chiyo is a cum laude graduate of Mount Holyoke College and earned her Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Health from Columbia University.