Hello everyone! My name is Harry and I am your Spring 2018 PTS President. I joined Pi Tau Sigma in Spring 2016 and have held the positions of Philanthropy Chair and VP of Membership in the past. When I am not busy with school work or PTS, I like to play basketball, explore Atlanta, and watch Netflix (The Office is my favorite show!). I am a very friendly person and I try my best to get to know as many Pi Tau Sigma members as possible. My favorite part about PTS is the many social events that are hosted every semester and I try to make it to every single one of them. Come out and have a conversation with me at one of the many PTS events hosted this semester, I look forward to meeting every single one of you!
Hi everyone, I am a fourth year undergraduate Mechanical Engineering student with a minor in Industrial Design. I am also pre-law and am preparing to begin law school in the Fall after graduating in May. I hope to pursue a career as a patent attorney. In addition to Pi Tau Sigma, I am heavily involved with ASME, the Honors Program, and SPAG.
My name is Anuja Kandare and I am the Vice President of Membership at Pi Tau Sigma Nu Chapter. I am currently a third-year Mechanical Engineering Student with a concentration in Design. I head new initiate programs and help initiates transition into and find their place in the organization. Apart from PTS, I am extremely involved with the PLUS program in the Center for Academic Success, and with Georgia Tech International Ambassadors. I love watching movies, travelling and meeting new people! If you’re interested in becoming a member of Pi Tau Sigma, I’m here to help you do that – don’t hesitate to contact me!
Director of Finance
My name is Aditi Kumar and I am the Director of Finance for PTS. I am a third year Mechanical Engineering student with a concentration in Automation and Robotic Systems. I am currently working as a Peer Leader for the Department of Housing and am also involved in undergraduate research and the Student Alumni Association. I enjoy playing tennis, reading books (The Hunger Games is my favorite series) and travelling. Let me know if you would like to get stoles and cords or pay initiate dues.
Director of Corporate Relations
Hello everyone! My name is Keshav and I am your Spring 2018 PTS Director of Corporate Relations. I joined Pi Tau Sigma in Fall 2016. I am a 3rd Year Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence. I am interested in anything related to robotics and autonomy and have joined the RAIL research lab and Robojackets to further explore these areas. When I am not busy with school related activities, I like to play basketball, watch movies, and explore different food places around Atlanta. I look forward to meeting you!
Director of Communications
My name is Adarsh Sasi. I’m a third year student mechanical engineering student with a minor in Artificial Intelligence. As Director of Communications, I am responsible for sending out emails to members and reservation of room and activities.
My name is Haley Beebe. I am a 4th year ME major and Industrial Design minor, involved with PTS, Tau Beta Pi, Women in Engineering, and reffing at the CRC. I am very interested in any type of art, reading, being active, and watching tv/movies. I lived in Shanghai, China for 8 years and love to travel, and am excited to get to know you all this semester during the social events!
Hi, my name is Katherine Freesemann. I am a 4th year Mechanical Engineering student with a Spanish minor from Savannah, GA. Outside of Pi Tau Sigma, I am involved in Greek Life, Grace House, and Connect with Tech. I will be studying abroad in Spain this summer and will graduate in December of 2018. After graduation, I plan to continue at Tech and pursue a Master’s Degree.
My name is James Nelson and I am the Student Advisor of the Pi Tau Sigma Nu Chapter. Currently, I am a 5th year Mechanical Engineering Student with a concentration in Robotics and Automation. During my time at Georgia Tech, I have taken advantage of several opportunities including research, internships and certifications. My role is to advise the Pi Tau Sigma members and executive board on how to move forward in a positive direction as an organization and professionally. Please contact me if you have any questions about Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineering, or if you need advice and I will be happy to help!
Dr. Devesh Ranjan