Hometown – Troy, Missouri
I first became interested in robotics during my senior design project at the University of Kansas where I was the team leader of our electric Formula SAE and combustion Formula SAE vehicles. At Georgia Tech I now have the opportunity to apply robotics to a whole new field of human rehabilitation. I am currently working on creating a robotic device for stoke rehabilitation of the lower arm. In my free time, I am usually training for sprint and olympic distance triathlons or just hanging out with friends. I am also currently working for Sandia National Laboratories in their purchase product value stream as a Mechanical Engineering Purchase Product Engineer.
- University of Kansas, BS in Mechanical Engineering, 8/2008 – 5/2012
- Sandia National Laboratories, Purchase Product Engineer, 5/2012 – 10/2012
- Honeywell FM&T, Mechanical Engineering Intern III, 5/2011 – 8/2011
- Burns & McDonnell, Project Management Intern , 5/2009 – 8/2010