Robotics for All

Vice President and COO - since November 2017

I helped to create Robotics for All, a non-profit organization which is devoted to providing quality STEM education to underserved communities. At Robotics for All, I have led the development of 7 curricula, ranging from LEGO building to Python programming. In the summer of 2019, I led our summer camp program at 4 locations in conjunction with the YMCA. I have also led the organization of Robotics for All's first Hackathon and am an active member of the Board of Directors.

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Botball

Team Member, Co-captain - 2018-2020

As a member of a Botball team, I designed, built, and programmed robots for competition in C. On my second year, I became co-captain of my team and we won 2nd place overall at the regional tournament. In the same year our team went on to become the world champions at the international tournament in Oklahoma against 60+ other teams.

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Other Projects / Accomplishments / Hobbies

CWRU Aeronautics Team Member

As a member of the Aeronautics team at Case, I participate in the planning and design of an RC aircraft for annual competitions. As a fuselage subteam member, I helped to design multiple bulkheads and the ceiling access panel.

Being online for the first year of college meant I could not participate in the manufacturing process of the aircraft, but I hope to change that in future years.

Remote Polarimeter Experiment

As a part of the Project Querb non-profit, I designed a remotely controlled polarimeter experiment with a browser interface. It demonstrates polarization of light using a laser and two linear filters, one controlled by the user through a servo.

Project Querb is a non-profit organization with the goal of democratizing access to quality science experiments for everyone.

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Dungeons and Dragons

As the Dungeon Master for my group of friends, I practice creative writing, performance, and improvision as I lead my friends on adventures through Tremorah, a fantasy setting of my own design.

Garage Builds

Throughout high school, my friend and I used our free time to build various gadgets. Highlights include a 5-foot pilotable "Dalek" robot, many Nerf blaster modifications, and a 6-foot tall foam hammer