This page is dedicated to the wonderful teachers, parents, and other adults who are integral to our success.
Sean Cassady is the parent of two robotics team members. He is a BSME graduate from UW and is a registered professional engineer in mechanical and fire protection disciplines currently working as a senior technical advisor at HNTB Corporation. Mr. Cassady participates in review of student robot design concepts along with design development guidance where needed with a focus on chassis and manipulator design.
Bob Connell is a parent of a Saints Robotics media member. He has had several high-tech jobs in the past that have been in computer software testing arenas. He has also been a substitute teacher in math and science and is a school parent volunteer. He contributes to almost all of the areas of the school’s robotics due to his many interests in the past. He did a lot of work in regards to electrical engineering, though he never got a formal degree. Having done a lot of work in civil engineering, he is able to contribute to our CAD and build teams. His master’s degree in computer science and his love for photography and video work allows him to aide in programming and media.
Tim Moore is a volunteer and parent of a FIRST alumnus. He has a large amount of expertise in electrical circuitry, programming, designing and creating robots. Mr. Moore currently works at Microsoft as an architect in the Office Communications Tools group. In addition to being an arbitrator of robot engineering and build execution, Mr. Moore is also a crucial leader in programming.
Helen Young is the parent of a former Saints Robotics member. She has been with us for six, going on seven years, and contributes to anything the team needs to be done. She enjoys watching the team deal with real-life problems, and is referred to the team’s “Mom”.