Four Eyes
RCMV Robotics
RCMV Robotics

LGBTQ+ of FIRST Robotics

Mission Statement:

“To create a world where science and technology are celebrated, where young people dream of becoming science and technology heroes.” - Dean Kamen, founder of FIRST

Our team members value hard work, achieving your fullest potential and each other. Our main goal is to provide a platform for members to explore, practice, and develop STEM interests and ideals. We welcome anyone who would like to expand their understanding in these areas, and aim to help prepare them for the future.

Diversity Statement:

Four Eyes is a team that welcomes everyone no matter who they are. Many of our team members cope with various mental illnesses, including autism (Asperger's syndrome) and ADHD. Many of our team members are also part of the LGBTQ+ community. We as a team are proud that we are inclusive of everyone, despite their differences.

Team Members:

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Morgan Schuller
My name is Morgan Schuller and I am a high school sophomore. I was in FLL for two years. I started Four Eyes with Raini and three of our mentors Erich, Kindra and Tracie. This is my 3rd year leading Four Eyes with Raini Keele. I work hard to help each member on the team to improve in the areas they are interested in by challenging them and pushing them hard in their areas. I work on assembly and coming up with ideas or improving ideas for the robot. CAD is another area I work in, with checking and making designs on the team.
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Raini Keele
I’m Raini and I’m in 10th grade. I am a team leader and have been for 3 years. I work in all aspects of the team from build to 3D modeling. I enjoy music, watching horror movies and writing. I started Four Eyes with Morgan, and Kindra, Erich and my mom as our mentors to create an environment where we could have time when needed to work on the robot as well as grow in learning about the team and the robot.
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Jazmin Devore
I’m Jazmin DeVore and I’m in 10th grade. I handle the engineering notebook. My interests include writing and photography. I joined this team because this is an area that I find interesting, and colleges look for good extracurriculars.
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Jack Burberry
I’m Jack Burberry and I’m in 9th grade. I mostly handle building and maintaining the robot. My interests are Math, Science, I mean obviously robotics. I joined the team back in 7th grade because I wasn’t involved in a lot of after school activities so I wanted to spend my time doing something productive. Before joining I knew very little about mechanics, tools, and basic engineering principles.
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Josh Reitz
I’m Josh Reitz and I am in 9th grade. I do most of the programming for the team’s autonomous and tele-op modes, and I am also our drive team coach during matches. I enjoy music and of course programming. I joined the team to work as a programmer.
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Nadia Schatz
I’m Nadia Schatz and I’m in 11th grade. I help with assembly, CAD(Computer Aided Design), and electronics on the team. My interests include math, science, band, color guard, and of course robotics. I enjoy music and leading my school’s SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Acceptance) club. I joined the team so that I could expand my robotics expertise and have fun.
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Quinn Kelly
I’m Quinn Kelly and I’m in 10th grade. I handle the team’s social media and our engineering notebook. I enjoy psychology, learning, and writing novels. I joined this team to expand my knowledge in various fields and exercise my current psychological knowledge in the field of marketing and business outreach.
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Gabe Wallace
I’m Gabe Wallace and I’m in 8th grade. This is my second year on the team. I help scout at the competitions, come up with ideas for improving the robot, and I also watch and report back what happens at the matches during competition.
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Colin Rice
I’m Colin Rice and I’m in 7th grade. I handle CAD and some programming, and enjoy programming, CAD, reading novels, and card games like Magic the Gathering. I joined the team because I wanted to learn how to program with Java and design in Fusion 360, and have fun doing it.
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Nate Miller
I’m Nate Miller and I’m in 7th grade. I help with our team’s 3D modeling. I joined the team a couple of weeks before the competition to learn about robotics and CAD (Computer Aided Design) and be in a safe social environment. Right now I work on the assembly for the robot as well as designing for the robot.


Kindra Schuller
I’m Kindra Schuller, an Information Technology Instructor at Green River College. My work experience includes two years in a Network Operations Center and over 18 years teaching electronics and Information Technology to college level students. I also have a Masters Degree in Information Technology with a specialty in Information Assurance and Security. I have been a mentor for an FLL team in the past. Now, I am in my third year of mentoring and managing the administrative duties for this FTC team. The team meets in our garage throughout the year. I help them manage to fundraise in the offseason while they also work on improving the robot from the previous competition.
Erich Schuller
I’m Erich Schuller, an Engineer at Boeing. I have over 20 years of experience spanning Knowledge Based Engineering, Stress Analysis, Structures, 3D Design Automation, Electrical, and Infrastructure Integration. I spent a year mentoring an FFL team before working with several other mentors and a talented group of kids to start a community-based FTC team which meats in our garage throughout the year. I primarily provide mentoring in the STEM aspects of the team.
Tracie Hurd
I’m Tracie Hurd a Project Coordinator at Coverall Interiors. I have mentored for RCMV robotics since its start and helped with the initial forming of the organization. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Marketing and help the team with fundraising and outreach, I also help with transportation of team members and equipment to and from meetings and competitions. I attend and assist with meetings for brainstorming, competition reflection, and fundraising efforts.
Kolya Rice
I'm Kolya Rice, a father of two kids. I've lived all over the United States, but mainly grew up in New Hampshire. I've always been interested in science, particularly physics, rocketry and astronomy. I work for Disney running large scale data warehouse systems. I like to program, play games, mountain bike, hike, and downhill ski in my free time. I am a new mentor to this team this year.