Kathleen Brenneke

Years with the Team: 3
Job on the Team: Awards Lead

To me Gracious Professionalism means being a good sport, so the season is fun for everyone, win or lose. No one wants to lose but you still have to be a good sport about it or no one will have fun. The robotics season is the most fun when everyone is there to learn and keeps an enjoyable attitude, regardless the outcome of the game. After high school I want to get my degree in either chemical engineering or study to become a high school teacher. An interesting fact about me is that I used to have a metal bar in my chest for awhile. Had I been allergic to any of the materials in the metal bar, I would've been given a titanium one. I was almost quite literally part titanium.

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Email: teamtitaniumrobotics@gmail.com

Phone: (816) 986-2092

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​Freshmen: 9
Sophomores: 11
Juniors: 15
Seniors: 11
Mentors: 14
2019 Schedule
Heartland Regional
March 14th-16th
Greater Kansas City 
March 21st-23rd
Seven Rivers Regional
April 3rd-6th