We have many mentors in our community that we are thankful of!
Austin ISD Teacher Mentors:
Vincent Wrencher Sr.
Vincent teaches Computer Science at Anderson High School. This is his fifth year as a mentor for both of our robotics programs, VEX and FRC. He holds a JD in Law, BA in Math and BS in Mechanical Engineering. Prior to joining Anderson, Vincent worked 20 years in various industries as a mechanical engineer.
Mr. Vickery grew up in Austin and have always had a passion for math and science. These passions lead him to majoring in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. As a big sports fan and he is proud to say UT won the national championship in football his freshman year. After graduating from UT he worked for a Japanese engineering firm designing test equipment for the semiconductor industry.
Austin ISD and Flex
COMMUNITY and industry mENTORS
This is his 5th year as a mentor. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and an MS and PhD in Robotics from UT Austin and has over 30 years of engineering experience including optical product development at 3M and custom test software and hardware engineering for various companies in the area. He also won the Technical Circle of Excellence Award for the 3M Optical Components Group and hold several patents. For his first 4 years as mentor, he had the pleasure to share that time with his son, John, who just graduated last year. His daughter also graduated from Anderson HS and his wife, Rozella, has been active on the board of the ausTIN CANs Supporters for over 4 years.
Jessica Snider, Boy Scouts of America
Jess Jankowitsch, FIRST
Alex Drane, NI
John Otken, retired
Joe Perch, Silicon Labs
Matt Carroll, Texas Tech University
Nanor Asadourian, University of Texas
Dr. Bob Rogers, University of Texas
Robert Stephany, University of Texas
Jennifer Easter, website mentor