Alana Bonzi

Nationality: Canadian & Trinidadian
Time Living in Japan: More than 20 years

Employer(s): Keio University & Own Business
Current Job Title: Part-time Lecturer, Representative Co-Director

Area(s) of Expertise: Creating community projects & activities for local and expat communities, International exchange and sustainable development, inbound sports and eco-tourism, hospitality service evaluation.
Education: MBA

Publications Featured In: Shine On Shonan (ACCJ Journal, July 2017), おとなりだけどカナダと米国はまったく違う! 駐在外国人ビジネスマン直伝「マナー」&「タブー」の落とし穴! (Courrier Japon June 2016),「湘南と外国人」BS TBS 七里ヶ浜☆2014年10月24日放送,「湘南と外国人」湘南スタイルmagazine 2014年11月号 第59号, Worldly Duo Took Chance on Japan, Find Beachhead (Japan Times, June 2011)

Favorite Thing About Living in Japan: Endless discovery and the chance to do things that are out of the ordinary.
Favorite Place to Visit in Japan: Kyushu, Okinawa (the islands) and Shonan (our area).

BIO: Alana Bonzi co-directs SEGO Initiative, where she develops CSR sustainability tourism projects for business and community. She writes freelance and lectures on CSR at Keio University.