2022 ROAR Ambassadors
We are thrilled to announce our new 2022 ROAR Ambassadors, Cameron Shaw and Aaron Xie. They will be bringing the ROAR experience to their respective high schools with our technical and financial support. Each ambassador will also receive mentorship from our faculty and UC Berkeley graduate student.
Cameron Shaw is a junior at the Athenian School in Danville, California. He has competed in the summer and fall 2021 ROAR simulation series. Cameron is also a member of Athenian’s First Robotics Competition (FRC) team (852). He is currently studying Calculus BC, Multivariable Calculus, and Data Structures. Cameron is also presently assisting on a robotic arm motion planning project with graduate students in collaboration with a major automobile manufacturer. In his spare time, Cameron enjoys working on a variety of programming side projects involving Microsoft Azure, AWS, and MongoDB.
Aaron Xie is currently a high school junior at Campolindo High School in Moraga, California. He really enjoyed learning Python and AI during the ROAR Academy 2021 summer program and would like to continue exploring autonomous driving. When he isn’t coding, Aaron enjoys playing music and strategy games.
Expanding Interest in Autonomous Driving Technologies
Our ambassadors will focus on expanding ROAR outreach within their high schools by taking on leadership roles.
Participate in ROAR Activities to Test your Solutions
Our ambassadors will participate in ROAR Competitions to actively test their solutions and ideas.
Our ambassadors will teach and share ideas on Autonomous Driving issues and other engineering topics to discover better solutions.
Make a Difference
Our ambassadors will look to make a difference in their high schools by bringing more interest into STEM and Computer Science subjects with their peers.