Tomohiro was born and raised in Ibaraki prefecture, Japan. He moved to Tokyo and attended Waseda University for a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He is now a graduate student there in the Aerospace Engineering program. He designs the wings of future airplanes. He is currently in Seattle because he took a leave of absence for a year, to study business at Bellevue College. His dream is to be a leader in world aviation, so he wants to expand his knowledge not only in his technical skills but also in the business side of aviation. He was an assistant teacher of a Japanese class at Bellevue College where he met an EDI graduate who told him about the EDI program. He decided he wanted to do his internship with us. He is also a rugby coach at the University of Washington and the team was the champion of the North West conference last season. Tomohiro is hoping to improve upon his leadership skills with this EDI internship.
"LET YOUR LEADERSHIP FLY."
You are invited to EDI's benefit dinner and auction.
Applications are now live for the 2016 FYLPRO Immersion Program! Every year FYLPRO works with the Philippine Embassy and the Consulates General in the United States to search for the 10 most outstanding next-generation Filipino-Americans or Filipinos in the United States to participate in the distinguished Immersion Program in the Philippines. The deadline to apply is Sunday, July 24, 2016. Follow
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Liz Castro, current EDI Hispanic Leadership Discovery participant, created this beautiful piece of art to be used as a fundraiser in response to Orlando. All proceeds from these prints will go to the Pulse Victim's Fund. If you would like to purchase a print or want further information, visit Liz's Facebook group. Or send her an email to email@example.com. Orders must be received by July 7th.