Jonathan received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from UCF in the Spring of 2012. He was awarded the ASEE SMART (Science, Mathematics & Research for Transformation) Scholarship upon receiving his B.S.E.E. in the Spring of 2010. While attending UCF, Jonathan was very active in the Robotics Club; He attained the title of club president from 2010-2011. Upon completing graduate school, Jonathan became a Civilian Electronics Engineer for the United States Air Force in Warner Robbins, GA. After reconnecting with a college friend over the holidays, Jonathan was referred to Tesseract Sensors in Sanford, FL where he was hired in early 2013. There he worked in a plethora of DoD projects as well a fiber optics as an Electrical Engineer. In February of 2014, Jonathan became a senior Electrical Engineer for NuLine Sensors, LLC in Sanford, FL. He was the lead engineer in product development for the small medical device company. Jonathan grew up in southwest Florida, in Bonita Springs where he learned how to fish and enjoys taking his wife and daughter to visit.
Audrey graduated from UCF with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in the Fall of 2013. She began as intern with Tesseract Sensors located in Sanford, FL. and became a full time engineer upon her graduation. In February of 2014 she was assigned to NuLine Sensors, LLC as a hardware Electrical Engineer. She specializes in hardware design in schematic capture and PCB layout via Altium Designer. She has designed high density circuit boards for small wearable medical devices, CPR feedback sensor and DoD projects. Audrey has experience in FDA Quality System Regulations and ISO 13485 compliance paperwork. She enjoys supporting her home sports teams, playing online video games with her friends and spending time with her daughter, Adalynn.