The team leadership operates on the idea that existing members act as teachers to guide new students. This allows younger members to learn, gain valuable insights, and eventually become a part of the new team leadership. We also provide leadership roles on various types of projects to give many team members experience being leaders, helping them gain the skills and experience to lead in other areas of their lives and the community.
Randall Sinckler is a junior at Northview High School and has been a member of the team since his freshman year. He is the president of the team, a member of the GeorgiaFIRST CTSO, a fabrication member, and a member of the drive team. In order to encourage people to engage in STEM, Randall tries to make people feel comfortable and let them enjoy themselves while learning. Outside robotics, he enjoys playing video games and putting two spaces after periods.
Kenneth Shen is a senior at Northview High School and has been on the team since his freshman year. He first started on the electrical subteam for two years, then switched to design, and then became the vice president. He strongly believes in the ideas of providing equal opportunities for everyone and coopertition. In his free time outside of robotics, he enjoys folding origami, sculpting in Blender, and gardening tomato plants. He wants to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering after high school.
Siya Deshapande is a senior at Northview High School and has been an FRC member since her freshman year. She has participated as a part of the mechanical subteam for 3 years, and served as the design lead before becoming the Engineering head. Being on this team Siya developed her interest in the field of engineering and wants to pursue a degree in STEM. Outside of robotics, Siya enjoys designing jewelry and is the president of Jewels for Jewels, a jewelry-making club at Northview. She is also a member of Girls In STEM, FBLA, and enjoys spending time with her friends and family.
Coco Lu is a junior at Northview High School. She has been on the Techno Titans FRC team since her freshman year, as a member of the Business subteam. She became the team's outreach lead in her sophomore year, and now she serves as the Business Head for the 2021-22 season. Outside of robotics, Coco enjoys painting, listening to music, watching anime, volunteering, eating good food, and spending time with her friends and family. After high school, she dreams of pursuing a biology degree in order to someday work in the field of obstetrics/gynecology or midwifery.
Akhil Kothapalli is a senior at Northview High School. He has been a part of the team since his freshmen year, and has been on the electrical subteam for three years. Akhil's main job is to coordinate and supervise the electrical subteam. Outside of robotics, Akhil participates in other clubs such as Science Olympiad and TSA. In his free time, he loves to code, work on electronics, play video games or basketball with friends.
David LeLoup is a junior at Northview High School. This will be his third year on the Techno Titans. He joined the fabrication team and has loved it every since. He is also in the Boy Scouts, and is working toward his Eagle rank. In David's free time he enjoys playing video games and woodworking. He wishes to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering at Kennesaw State University.
Shriya Mahakala is a junior at Northview High School. She joined robotics her freshman year. She is both part of the safety team and programming subteam. Outside of robotics, Shriya enjoys playing video games and hanging out with friends. Shriya is also part of Girls in Stem, JCL and FBLA.
Advay Pampattiwar is a junior at Northview High School and has been on the team since his freshmen year. He has been a member of the design subteam for 2 years. Outside of robotics, Advay participates in Beta, SLJC, the school Marching Band as a Drum Co-Captain, and he loves being a percussionist in general. He also has a keen interest in STEM and hopes to pursue a degree in engineering.
Atman Singh is a sophomore at Northview High School. He joined the team as a programmer his freshman year, and this year is Co-Lead of the programming sub-team. In his free time he likes to listen to music, play guitar, and draw. He also mentors an FTC team on the weekends.
Jatong Su is a senior at Northview High School, and started robotics in his freshman year. In his free time, he enjoys playing basketball and watching movies.