Saad Mirza (MAE ’21) is the president of the Princeton Rocketry Club. He serves as project manager of Princeton SpaceShot, PRC’s project team attempting to reach space. He has also worked at Georgia Tech’s Aerospace Systems Design Lab (ASDL). Hailing from Western NY, Saad loves some good old chicken wings!
Malika Oak (COS ‘20) is the treasurer of the Princeton Rocketry Club. She is a Computer Engineer who is in awe of the applications of Computer Science in Rocketry. She also loves being outdoors trekking and scuba diving!
Nina Arcot (MAE ’20) is the vice president of community and outreach and a co-founder of the Princeton Rocketry Club. She has interests in space exploration and materials science and engineering, and she has completed internships at the NASA Langley Research Center and the Princeton High Contrast Imaging Lab.
DouglasChin (MAE ’21) is the vice president of launch operations for the Princeton Rocketry Club. He hopes to help mankind achieve its interstellar potential. He has his L2 certification and wants to fly even higher. He looks forward to many new experiences in PRC and aerospace.
Whitney Huang (MAE ‘19) is president emeritus of the Princeton Rocketry Club. She is is very passionate about robotics and 3D printing. She has built everything from robots that swim underwater to quadcopters. She hopes to one day help humanity through technology.
Jorge Reyes (MAE ’19) is vice president emeritus of the Princeton Rocketry Club. He wants to enable other students to get the skills to continue push the boundaries of engineering. In addition to rocketry, he is passionate about using robotics to change how the organic agriculture industry works and has his own startup to accomplish this, called TerraBite.
Katherine Mumm (MAE ’21) is the speaker events officer of the Princeton Rocketry Club. She has worked in the Optical Engineering Department at NASA Ames and assisted with the development of an optical tool to image exoplanets.
Roger Hou (MAE ’21) is the vice president of business development for the Princeton Rocketry Club. He will be co-leading this year’s high-power rocketry team. He has worked on an acoustic telemetry system for tracking salmon and is interested in sensor development.
Coleman Merchant (MAE '19) is the lead engineer for the SpaceShot project team. He is interesting in mechanical engineering, machining, composites, and things that go fast. He is also chief engineer for Princeton Racing Electric.
Nathaniel Shields (MAE ’21) is is an outreach officer and member of the Thinsat team, a sophomore in the Mechanical Engineering Department, and interested in most everything.
Carter Green (MAE '20) is a co-founder of the Princeton Rocketry Club, and he is co-leading the IREC team with Jorge Reyes. He loves to design and build high power rockets and hopes to make himself indispensable to the space industry.