Meet the team
EricI am 14 years old and a Freshman at Northwest HS. I enjoy doing robotics and engineering, and work on the hardware part of the team. This is my second year on the team and I look forward to the competitions.
BrennenI am 13 years old, and in eighth grade at Kingsview MS. I enjoy creating just about anything, as long as it involves creativity. This is my first year in FTC. When not building things, I play the saxophone, read a lot, and generally enjoy life.
LincolnI am 13 years old and I am home-schooled‒I would be in 8th grade in public school. This is my second year on the team. I love working with machine tools like the lathe and mill in our miniature machine shop. I am in Boy Scouts, and I do some photography and remote control as a hobby.
AnaumI am 15 years old and a sophomore at Richard Montgomery High School. This is my third year competing in FTC and fifth year competing in FIRST robotics. I am apart of the hardware team and this year, I hope to get more involved with the software team by fulfilling my goal of learning java. Aside from robotics, I enjoy taking up different building projects and participating in school clubs like Mock Trial and SGA. I hope to pursue a career in engineering and I am excited to see what the season has in store!
DivyaI am 15 years old and a sophomore at Richard Montgomery High School. This is my third year on team 7393 but I have been doing FIRST competitions since I was in fourth grade. I am the lead for the software team this year. My favorite accomplishment is making an augmented reality game with Unity. I enjoy reading books and watching Netflix.
AbhiI am 12 years old and in seventh grade at Hallie Wells MS. I enjoy building, and engineering. This is my first year in FTC. Outside of FTC, I play the trumpet, do Boy Scouts and I am also in two other 4-H clubs-Damascus Community and Flying Tigers.
WilliamI never wrote a bio, but my teammates do know that I am 17 and that it is my 5th year on the team. I fly RC planes, and my teammates aren’t exactly sure, but I fly real planes too.
JonThis is my ninth year to coach robotics, and I'm still having a blast. In my day job, I develop scientific software at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, working on various space missions for NASA and others. The best thing about FTC is giving kids the chance to learn real engineering skills in a real team environment.
TomI have been a mentor and coach for FTC team 7393 since its inception. I love sharing my experience in robotics design and metalworking with students of all ages. I am an electrical engineer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland where I work on mechatronics in cutting-edge scientific satellites. I drive an all-electric Nissan Leaf Chevrolet Bolt and regularly promote electric vehicles at local events.