Board Members / Consultants

 

DR. KIM J. HYATT

President of Team RobotiX

Associate Teaching Professor at Carnegie Mellon University

International Education and Instructional Technology Consultant

Coach: FIRST and Vex IQ teams 

 

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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.  

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Matthew Hyatt    

Co-Founder of Team RobotiX. Due his age, he is a non-voting board member.  

Matthew is 10th grade student who participates on robotics competition teams. Matt hosts workshops through the "kids teaching kids" program and manages all of the community outreach events for the nonprofit. Recently, he served as an assistant coach for the Vex IQ elementary world competition team, Vex United (41229A). See the "Featured Projects" page for more about Matt.    

 

 

JAY CLAYTON

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

We wouldn't have been able to grow this organization without his dedication!