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The Sueno Yoshida Foundationis is a private, independent foundation established in 2012 by Dr. Mieko Davey, and a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Florida. The Foundation provides educational opportunities, tools, and support to youth and all other people.
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.
Film, Video and Music Productions
The Foundation has produced the following videos, available to view by typing each title of the videos at www.youtube.com. Music for each video was composed, recorded, and produce by Dr. Davey.
Video 22: THE SECRET OF HIMEJI CASTLE - CASTLE ARCHITECTURE.
Video 21: THE SIEGE OF OSAKA CASTLE.
Video 20: 2019 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST.
Video 19: THE SECRET OF HIMEJI CASTLE - DEFENSIVE SYSTEMS.
Video 18: THE SECRET OF HIMEJI CASTLE - CASTLE FOUNDATION.
Video 17: 2018 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST.
Video 16: 2017 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST.
Video 15: THE FALL OF OSAKA CASTLE.
Video 14: 2016 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST WINNERS.
Video 13: HIMEJI CASTLE AND PRINCESS SEN.
Video 12: HIMEJI CASTLE - A NIGHT VIEW.
Video 11: JEFFREY'S ADVENTURES - TOP SECRET.
Video 10: A SEA GULL - PIANO.
Video 9: A SEA GULL IN PANAMA CITY BEACH (22 minutes).
Video 8: A SEA GULL and WAVES.
Video 7: SR-71 FLYING MY BLACKBIRD.
Video 6: SPACEFLIGHT - PIANO.
Video 5: 2015 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST WINNERS.
Video 4: 2016 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST.
Video 3: FLYING MY BLACKBIRD.
Video 2: JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY.
Video 1: 2015 JEFFREY SCOTT DAVEY AVIATION ART CONTEST.
As part of its mission, the Foundation provides professional services
for music composition, arrangement, and song writing for any instrument
for any music, available upon a request. For vocalists and
instrumentalists, piano accompaniment CDs of any public domain music are
available upon a request.
Interpretation and Translation Services for the Japanese Language
As a part of its mission, the Foundation provides interpretation and translation services for the Japanese language to citizens of the U.S. or Japan. The specializations include Interpretation (Conferences, Court Cases, Depositions, Press Conferences, Teleconferencing, etc.) and general (standard, technical, advanced, certified, etc.) and website Translations.
Mission: Our mission is to help young people of exceptional promise reach their full potential through education by providing scholarships, instruction, youth training, other educational activities and professional services.
Our vision is a dynamic and diverse community with innovative and unconventional approaches to learning that provides meaningful and educational opportunities through life.Designated Member's Name Title e-mail address
Dr. Mieko Davey, Executive Director, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mieko Davey is a former college professor, and professional pianist-composer and Court Interpreter/Translator in Japanese/English. She has taught in the fields of Educational Foundations, Teacher Education, American History, Political Science, English, Music, and Art at Colleges, Universities, and K-12 schools. She holds five college degrees including a B.A. in Piano Performance, a M.A. in American History and a Doctorate in Educational Management.
Mr. Brent Davey, Director/Publicist
Mr. Davey is an educator with 30 years of experience in the field of Public Health, and professional photographer and master Karate practitioner. 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.