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Stakeholders’ voices

Interview six individuals categorized under the stakeholder groups: administrators, partners, and collaborating institutions.
Goki Miyakita In this video, I interviewed six individuals categorized under the stakeholder groups: partners, faculty, and administrators.
Katsura Muramatsu Photographer/CEO at CaloWorks: Katsura Muramatsu
A professional photographer and archivist, captures archival photography at KeMCo
KeMCo: a familiar place.
Mamoru Matsumoto School Teacher: Mamoru Matsumoto
A junior high teacher at Keio Chutobu, emphasizes the nurturing environment of KeMCo
KeMCo: a place where we’re crafting the future.
Hideyo Kawagoe Public Pelations at Keio University: Hideyo Kawagoe
A Keio University’s PR, highlights KeMCo’s digital-analog fusion and its role in representing Keio’s values
KeMCo: a place where various people naturally gather.
Yoshio Kojima
Mika Machide
Nao Mashimo
Administrators at KeMCo: Yoshio Kojima, Mika Machide, Nao Mashimo
Coordinaters, manage administrative tasks at KeMCo and celebrates its limitless creative potential.
KeMCo: truly a creative akichi (Kojima); in a way, it feels impartial and unbiased (Machide); a sanctuary of sorts (Mashimo).
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