Geek Girls Carrots Japan – Spring Meetup


Meguro Oak Tokyo, Indeed Office

25.04.2018 @ 7 pm


– Do you want to shine like a star during your next interview?

– Or there’s a cool project you’d like to start at work and want to make sure everything goes smooth?

– Or maybe you want to explore the tech industry but don’t have tech skills like coding?



Come and join our event for women who like to grow and develop their skills! On April 25th, you’ll have a chance to learn from our great speakers, network and meet like-minded people.


IMPORTANT: We’ll only be able to host guests who signed up using this form: or on Meetup: by April 24th.


The number of spots is limited, so if you signed up but cannot come please let us know by sending an email to



7:00 Introduction, a few words about Geek Girls Carrots Japan

7:15 ‘Program management: the art of helping people solve problems they don’t know they have’ by Masha Ostroumova

7:45 Break

8:00 ‘How to get what you want out of a job interview’ by Mary Rosenbaum

8:30 Networking + drinks


The entrance is free and the event will be held in English.


Masha Ostroumova

Masha has been living and working in Japan for last 7 years. She started as a new grad in NTT Communications in 2011, moved to a small agency as a web director in 2013, then became a project manager at Rakuten in 2014 and since 2016 she is a program manager at Indeed Japan. She knows all the struggles of building a career in IT in Japan being a foreigner (but also a woman) and is extremely passionate about program and project management.

Mary Rosenbaum

Mary has been living and working and studying in Japan for the last 4 years. She started as a student in Waseda University in 2015, and worked closely with several companies such as Toshiba and Kao as an assistant in global communications, and then became a General manager at Hata MMC in 2016. In 2017 she began her own business assisting Japanese companies in global communications and strategy. She specializes in foreign communications and strategy and knows all the struggles of building a career in Japan being a female and is extremely passionate about helping women find the right fit for them in the global market.