Olivier Fabre
Olivier Fabre
Journalist
Diversity Consultant

Mr. Fabre has over twenty-five years of experience as a journalist working for Reuters and over ten years working in the diversity field—first as lead for the company’s Pride@Work Tokyo chapter, and then later for Pride House Tokyo. In his latest position, he has worked with over twenty embassies in Tokyo and countless companies, including Oracle, Johnson & Johnson, Panasonic, and Kokuyo. With them, he helps raise awareness of LGBTQ and other diversity issues in Japan. He has also recently joined the Tokyo Rainbow Pride team as their global communications officer. 

Mr. Fabre is currently working on starting his own media outlet to spread understanding of diversity issues in Japan, including gender, sexual orientation, race, and culture. 

Though born in France, he was brought up in India and Japan. He went to university in the United Kingdom before returning to Tokyo, where he also worked for Japanese publishing firms before joining Reuters. He speaks three languages and lives in Tokyo with his partner of eighteen years and eleven-year-old miniature schnauzer.

Visit his website at https://tokyoprism3ck.com/.

Work-Life Balance Advice to Avoid Burnout

How can you maintain a healthy work-life balance when your career and passion overlap? Olivier Fabre shares his insights.
How can you maintain a healthy work-life balance when your career and passion overlap? Olivier Fabre shares his insights.

Is There a Right Time to Step into Social Activism?

When you identify with a minority group, you'll eventually feel pressure to participate in social activism. Is there a right time to say yes?
When you identify with a minority group, you'll eventually feel pressure to participate in social activism. Is there a right time to say yes?

Coming Out at Work: Obstacles to Authenticity in the Office

Deciding how much of your authentic self to show in the office can be a nerve-wracking decision. Here's how diversity consultant Olivier Fabre approached coming out at work.
Deciding how much of your authentic self to show in the office can be a nerve-wracking decision. Here's how diversity consultant Olivier Fabre approached coming out at work.

How to Be an Ally If You’re Not an Activist

You don't have to be an activist to promote diversity. Everyone is different and can contribute to diversity in small but meaningful ways.
You don't have to be an activist to promote diversity. Everyone is different and can contribute to diversity in small but meaningful ways.