Olivia Cameron – President
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Stella Yao – Vice President of Operations
Hi! As Vice President of Operations, I ensure that the mechanical and electrical components of the robot are fully-functioning. I am responsible for collaborating with other engineering cabinet members to make sure that all of the robot’s mechanisms are physically possible, working well with the other components during the designing stages, and that the physical robot gets built and wired in time. During robotics off-season, I served as drum major in our school’s marching band. Prior to taking on that position, I played flute and piccolo, which I continue to do in wind ensemble and orchestra.
William Cockrum – Vice President of Design
I’m the vice president of design, and I am responsible for the programming, CAD, and strategy teams. In the off season I play water polo. I am the dad of the team.
Kimia Hassibi– President
I am the business president of the team, meaning I am in charge of the business side of the team. The business side does everything behind the scenes of building the robot. For starters, it cost quite a lot of money to build a robot (duh) & we also have to pay for competition fees, traveling expenses, materials, etc etc. To get sponsors such as NASA, Boeing, & local businesses, we need to create an image for ourselves. We do this by following a brand book, having articles written in the newspaper, making a comic book series about robo, having robotics-related animations, etc. We also try to inspire others in our community to do STEAM by shooting from our robot t-shirt cannon at parades, by shooting shirts at sports games, by hosting kids in our workshop & giving them a tour. Other than that, the business side tries to fight for the causes that the team believes in, we have taught the special ed kids at our school basic handiwork that they can use throughout their lives, we have fundraised for autism, we hold Robo for Breast Cancer, a month dedicated to spreading Breast Cancer awareness.
Madeleine Haddad – Vice President
I work under Kimia as the creative vice president of business. Along with delegating everything that needs to be done, I’m in charge of all things creative from photoshopping to animating. I get help with this from my team of artists! I love planning all the events we go to because they’re all so fun. In my free time I sing in different choirs and sew!
Edmond Wen – Business Correspondent
Hey, Edmond here. I’m the team’s business correspondent, so I am responsible for writing the weekly PR articles in the San Marino Tribune along with updating parts of the website. I mainly work with the programming division when I’m not doing business, but I will sometimes (try) to do mechanical work when the team needs it. Besides robotics, I am the Vice President of Competitions for the speech and debate team and the treasurer of FBLA. Mint chocolate chip is my favorite ice cream flavor.
Sharif Sivad – Communications Officer
Business Communications Officer. Leadership responsibilities include creating informative messages for over 100 member team, parents, and mentors via email, ASB announcements, community bulletins, promoting fundraisers, and social media. 3rd year on the team contributing to mechanical engineering, design, strategy, outreach, and scouting.
Eagle Scout, NESA Lifetime Member, 2x STEM Supernova award recipient. United States President’s Volunteer Service Gold Medal Award recipient. Division-1 Varsity Team Combo-Guard basketball player for Pacific League Champions.
Angie Yung – Finance Officer
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Marcus Chua – Co-Events Coordinator
Hello! As Co-Events Coordinator, I plan all sorts of different events for the team! Specifically, I plan events for reaching out to current and potential sponsors, as well as events bringing the team and the city together, like Rollout. I manage the logistics of such occasions and make sure they run seamlessly. When I’m not planning events, I practice driving as a part of Titanium’s drive team. Outside of robotics, I enjoy playing the trombone for the school’s Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, and Jazz Band, as well as two off-campus symphonic ensembles. I also enjoy camping, biking, and volunteering, and I’m currently working on obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
Justin Jang – Co-Events Coordinator
Hi, my name is Justin and I am the Events Coordinator for FRC/FTC/FLL outreach and mentoring. During build season, I do CAD. Interests include lofi, anime, mechanical keyboards, FPS games, and disliking school. Insta @justinn_jang
Tyler Hand – Mechanical Capt.
Hi it’s Tyler! Some people call me Squishie. I’m the mech captain, so I make sure that every design is actually possible to make. During manufacturing, I help with assembling the robot and working out the leftover kinks. I also like cookie monster flavored ice cream!
Jonathan Fong – Strategy Capt.
Hi I’m Jonathan and I’m the strategy captain. I help scout other teams during competitions and also know the restrictions on the bot when designing it. I had the pleasure this year of making sure all the parts were the correct length as well. When I’m not at robotics I’m either at football which I’m a defensive back or pole vault. Oh yeah I also love playing jazz piano.
Brian Chu – Electrical Capt.
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Max Winn – CAD Capt.
A CAD captain manages and organizes 3D models of the robot. CAD’ing is an essential first step to building a robot, as it ensures that whatever a team wants to build is mechanically possible. A CAD captain must make critical design decisions in order for a good 3D model to come into existence.