Teachers in our society are responsible not only to broaden the thinking of our youth but to shape minds to objectively accept all ways of life and be critical of thinking that dehumanizes others. Teachers are also responsible for imparting skills and developing confidence in our students that empower them to exercise agency for what they are passionate about.”
Physics and Engineering
Why Physics and Engineering
“I studied electrical engineering and found physics near and dear as something that allowed me to access the many incredible things I’ve experienced.”
Before beginning his career in education, Satoshi worked as a technical interpreter for McDermott Will & Emery Law Firm for two years, a solutions architect/R&D lab engineer for the Fox Networks Group for eight years, and as owner/Chief Technology Officer of Escape Game SD for three years.
In an unique internship, Satoshi worked with Bluetooth chip manufacturers for the iPhone, including Broadcom, Skyworks, and Jazz Semiconductors.
Satoshi tutored students in a variety of subjects including math, science, engineering, Japanese and piano for eight years. He also taught digital electronics engineering and physics for one year at Lennox Math, Science & Technology Academy in Inglewood, California.
Satoshi will begin teaching at McClymonds High School during the 2018–2019 school year.
Satoshi enjoys designing escape room experiences and exercising.
- Stanford University (Master of Arts in Education)
- University of California, Los Angeles (Master of Science in Engineering, Signal Processing and Communications)
- University of California, Irvine (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering)