Daiki Yoshioka is a multilingual digital marketer and social advocate based in Japan. Passionate about mental health, educational equity, gender equality (especially the rights of LGBTQ+ community), and environmental sustainability, his mission is to “create a sustainable and equitable society where everyone feels safe for being who they are and can realize their potentials regardless of their socioeconomic status.”
Having lived in China and the United States for six years, he identifies himself as a global citizen and proactively collaborates with global stakeholders to get engaged in social activism. In the past, he was part of the Rockland Community College Student Government and the State University of New York Student Assembly where he actively participated in student advocacy. He also participated in the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations where he spoke about the rights of LGBTQ community and mental health in Asia and Pacific. Currently, he is facilitating communications and media projects for the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth.
He attended the 21st session of the Youth Assembly as a delegate and interned with the Friendship Ambassadors Foundation as a communications intern.