The team is organized in a hierarchical tree headed up by the Executive Board made up of Chief Engineer, Development Director, Management Director, and Business Manager. Together they work to develop the principle mechanical design of the next car, set goals and targets for the upcoming season, and manage the overall direction of the team.
A group of senior-level leaders collaborate on the execution of goals, oversee training of the newest members, support existing teammates and implement efficient organization and effective communication practices within the team. Various Subsystem Leads and Directors head up the main functional areas critical to the success of the car. Each lead is tasked with making sure their respective system is on track and supervises members within that group. The subsystems concentrate on the design, fabrication, and analysis of individual components pertinent to each system.
GTMS Executive Board
christopher scank - chief engineer
4th Year Aerospace Engineer firstname.lastname@example.org 319.899.7540
Nick Babcock - development DIRECTOR
4th Year Mechanical Engineer email@example.com 949.874.7219
Merritt Kendzior - business manager
2nd Year Materials Science and Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org 941.527.8258
Geraghty Anne Ellis - Management DirectoR
3rd Year Mechanical Engineer email@example.com 239.284.8353
Beneath these Executive Board, various subsystems divide the work and specialize in specific areas of the car. The Subsystem Leaders lead their respective teams in the design, fabrication, and analysis of individual components on their specific system.
Vajraang KamaT Areodynamics Lead
Samuel Kiley Electrical Lead
Ethan Sinclair Chassis Co-Lead
Brandon Strecker Powertrain Co-Lead
David Xu Chassis Co-Lead
Thomas SlatteryPowertrain Co-Lead
Dani Adamson Controls Lead
Dustin RothSuspension Lead