Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: September 17, 2014, 5:46 PM
The Sueno Yoshida Foundationis, a Florida Non Profit Corporation, is a private, independent foundation established in 2012 by Dr. Mieko Davey, and the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Foundation provides educational opportunities, tools, and support to youth.
Mrs. Sueno Yoshida, philanthropist, a resident of Kobe, Japan, owned a successful business, and was known as a leading figure in promoting equality of rights for women in her community in the late 1970's. She valued higher learning and encouraged other men and women to be educated in college and graduate schools.
The Sueno Yoshida Foundation honors her memory and continues her work to assist students who wish to further their education at accredited educational institutions.
Mission: Our mission is to help young people of exceptional promise reach their full potential through education by providing scholarships, instruction, youth training, and other educational activities.
Our vision is a dynamic and diverse community with innovative and unconventional approaches to learning that provides meaningful and educational opportunities through life.
The Foundation's work is integrated within a framework that expresses our core values; articulates a vision for our community; and fulfills its mission that guide us.
Foundation members, director, and staff value and respect all people, and recognize that persons of gender, race, age, religions, economic levels, and sexual orientations contribute to our society and world. Therefore, every individual is treated with fairness and integrity.
The Foundation's activities including instruction and publications that promote learning and convey information to youth and other people. The foundation members, director, and staff value learning opportunities that enhance the well-being of the community.
Designated Member's Name Title e-mail address
Dr. Mieko Davey, Director, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mieko Davey is a former college professor and pianist/composer. She has taught in the fields of educational foundations, teacher education, American history, English, music, and art at the College, University, and K-12 schools. Her expertise includes curriculum and instruction, educational management, ESL, social sciences, and music. She has written more than twenty-five research papers, and presented the papers numerous times at regional and national associations including American Educational Research Association. She holds five college degrees including a B.A. in Piano Performance and a Doctorate in Educational Management.
Mr. Brent Davey, Officer/Publicist
Mr. Davey is an educator with 25 years of experience in the field of public health. He was the chairman of the Venetian Sunset Park Project Committee for the City of Panama City in Florida from 1995 through the dedication of a new City Park on November 10 in 1998. He made an impossible dream to come true with the great support of then City Commissioner Bob Barnard.