Board Members / Consultants

 

DR. KIM J. HYATT

Co-Founder of Team RobotiX

Associate Teaching Professor at Carnegie Mellon University

International Education and Instructional Technology Consultant

Coach: FIRST and Vex teams 

Matthew Hyatt    

Co-Founder of Team RobotiX

Matthew is a 16-year-old student who participates in FIRST and Vex robotics. He hosts workshops through the "kids teaching kids" program and manages the community outreach events. 

 Matthew Hyatt: Photo with Dean Kamen, Founder of FIRST Robotics.  

Matthew Hyatt: Photo with Dean Kamen, Founder of FIRST Robotics.  

 See the "Featured Projects" page for more about Matt's 3D printed  prosthetic hand project (using myoelectric signals and a smartphone).    

See the "Featured Projects" page for more about Matt's 3D printed  prosthetic hand project (using myoelectric signals and a smartphone).    

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Alvin Chou, Gene Merewether, Mitch Kosowski, and Gautam Narang

Robotics Engineers: Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute  

Workshop hosts for community events

 

 

Suzanne wynne

Grant writer for Team RobotiX; manages the organization's fundraising and donor management plans 

Co-coach: Started the organization's first Junior Lego League (Jr. FLL) teams with her husband, Adam, a Senior Software Architect at Bosch Security Systems 

 

 

 

 

Michael Dischner

Mike is CEO of Robotics Education Resources and a retired Technology/Engineering teacher with 20 years of service.  In addition to teaching, he has 10 years as a FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) high school robotics coach and 2 years as a FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) middle/high school robotics coach.  Mike serves in a variety of capacities at FIRST and VEX Robotics competitions, mentoring teams and officiating competitions as a judge.  

 

JAY CLAYTON

Jay is a coach for FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) and Vex IQ. He also serves as a volunteer at our community outreach events. In addition to his mechanical expertise, he encourages the kids to research new ideas and teaches them valuable life skills (problem-solving, teamwork, and perseverance).