Fascinating. Friendly. Accomplished. A self-starter with a passion for learning.
“Once you stop learning,” wrote Einstein, “you start dying.” At the rate he’s going, Hiroshi will live forever. A learner par excellence, Hiroshi is a self-taught wine connoisseur and pianist who is currently learning what Forbes calls the world’s most demanding sport – squash. Tenacious and charmed, Hiroshi has – unimaginably – been hit by a car three times yet has never broken a bone. He’s completed the Portland Marathon, two triathlons, and three Hood to Coasts without incident. Not bad for a car magnet.
True to his eclectic nature, Hiroshi’s work for Perkins is decidedly broad-based. He serves the manufacturing, distribution, nonprofit and construction industries, and works with our Risk Management Practice Group. In work as in life, Hiroshi is a power player who embraces challenge with gusto and incredible smarts.