Cosmo Fujiyama

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Cosmo Fujiyama
Born (1985-08-27) August 27, 1985 (age 31)
Japan
Nationality United States American
Alma mater The College of William & Mary
Occupation Philanthropist
Years active 2006 - present

Cosmo Fujiyama (born August 27, 1985) is a Japanese-American philanthropist who co-founded Students Helping Honduras.[1] She and her brother, Shin Fujiyama, created incorporated Students Helping Honduras in 2007[2] after visiting Honduras on a service learning trip.[3] Fujiyama holds a Bachelor's degree in American Studies and Women's Studies from The College of William & Mary.

Fujiyama resigned from SHH in August 2010.

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