Country Manager (Japan)
Mr. Matsuda began his career as a physical education teacher at a private junior and senior high school in Tokyo. After moving on to the board of education in Chiba and serving as an analyst of educational policies, he worked as a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers before establishing several non-profit organizations including Learning for All and Teach For Japan. In 2017, he resigned his CEO position at Teach For Japan and started his career as a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University and as a Country Manager at Crimson Education Japan.
He is also a member of the Central Education Council for the Ministry of Education in Japan and is a board member of 6 education non-profit organizations in Japan. He holds a Masters degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Graduate School of Education. He was selected as the most 100 influential people in Japan (Nikkei Business) and a member of World Economic Forum "Global Shapers Community".