What is The Robo Hub?

Centrally located in the beautiful, historic Brickyard building in Cambridge, Massachusetts, The Robo Hub is an intergenerational community space focused on STEM education, events and families.

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We Build Robots.
We Build Futures.

Our Vision

The Robo Hub seeks to create a world-class robotics community center serving local families.

Of course we’ve got robots. We’ve got LEGO® technologies, drones, interactive games, 3D printers, laser cutters, and other maker equipment. We’re digital and analog. We love to learn, teach, explore, and play.

Above all, we’ve got an amazing team and we’re building a community of kids, parents, educators, artists, technologists, and entrepreneurs, starting with our most important audience: kids and parents.

Meet the team

Morgan Ullery

Camp Director / Program Manager

Morgan is an experienced K-12 educator and a dedicated manager of K-12 STEAM programs. As a Code Ninjas Center Director, she coordinated programs, staff and curricula. She holds a Master’s of Education from Rutgers University and has a deep-rooted passion for nurturing young minds. She loves reading, spending time with friends and family, and hanging out with her one-eyed cat, Jinx.

Ashley Rutledge

Lead Teacher

Ashley has a degree in Elementary Education with minors in Math and Psychology, from Roger Williams University as well as a STEAM certification. She is an experienced educator and administrator, with experience as the assistant director for a community summer program, assistant teacher at Eliot Pearson Children’s School, and program coordinator and teaching artist at The CORE Organization. Ashley is a mom to her two pet rabbits, an Irish dancer, photographer, and avid puzzle solver, and enjoys spending time in the outdoors (especially traveling).

Megan Psyhojos

Lead Teacher

Megan has been working as an educator for 9 years, with the past 3 spent as a science teacher at an elementary school level. She got her Masters degree from Lesley University in Science Education and has a passion for bringing high quality education to a broad audience. Outside of teaching, she is an avid reader, enjoys outdoor activities, and spends most weekends watching sports with her family.



David Yoon

Lead Teacher

David has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University. He worked on R&D roles and an exciting product launch for wearable tech as an engineer, then shifted gears to teaching math. David loves to discover new creative technology and is passionate about digital animation, music, and VR/AR. He’s excited to teach at the Robo Hub and share how fun STEM can be!




Sarah Meyer

Lead Teacher

Sarah is a rising sophomore at Worcester Polytechnic Institute majoring in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. She’s especially interested in exploring real life applications of computer science, particularly for understanding and simulating biological data. Sarah is on her fourth year of teaching coding and various other STEM topics. Outside of the classroom, she enjoys playing videogames with friends, drinking tea, and cooking for her family.

Jason Leung

Lead Teacher

Jason has always been a puzzle-solver and finding the right career has taken a few different pieces and experiences to fit together. He majored in Cognitive Neuroscience at Brown University, then taught middle school math and science. He is now in the middle of a data science journey that started back at Brown, mastering MATLAB as the data analyst of the Saab neuroscience lab. He’s excited to make a positive impact on students while teaching at the RoboHub!

Chris de la Rosa

Lead Teacher

Chris is a controls engineer who’s passionate about building dynamic robots. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and many years of experience in teaching math and robotics. He specializes in mechanical design and control of walking robots and is excited to bring new methods of locomotion to The Robo Hub! He also loves rock climbing and biking in his spare time.


Jocelyn Pern

Teaching Assistant

Jocelyn is a rising junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute majoring in Mechanical Engineering. She was very involved in the FIRST organization throughout K-12 and is passionate about promoting STEM in the community. Outside of academics, she is an animal lover and spends her time volunteering in her community. She is excited to bring her passion for innovating and collaborating to The Robo Hub!


Hebat Elkacemi

Teaching Assistant

Hebat is a second-year student studying Computer Engineering at Northeastern University. She became interested in engineering in high school when she joined her FIRST FRC robotics team and took part in competitions across the country. She continues to mentor her robotics team and has also taught middle school students how to code and build their own LEGO® robots. Hebat is very excited to join the Robo Hub team, as she is deeply passionate about mentoring and inspiring students in STEM.



Noah Fisher

Teaching Assistant

Noah recently completed a triple Bachelor degree from MIT in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science. He manages the Makerspace at The Robo Hub and teaches STEAM programs.

Artemios Kayas

Teaching Assistant

Artemios is a Boston University student studying Computer Science and Neuroscience, with experience with drones and virtual reality. He has always been curious about how everything works, from computers to cars and any form of technology. He is extremely eager to share what he knows with anyone willing to learn!


Xin Liu


Xin Liu is a Mom of 4, a robotics engineer, and an investor with a particular passion for robotics companies. Xin founded The Robo Hub with the vision of using robotics to connect local communities as well as creating a place where kids can enjoy fun and productive activities. “Moms are all heroes. Let’s work together, do something cool for our kids, and make life easier and happier!”

Rick Martin

Director of Community

Rick is a seasoned artist, engineer, and educator with over 10 years of experience in K-12 education. At Archbishop Williams High School, he served as the Art, Music, and Technology Director, taught CAD and programming, coached robotics teams, designed theater sets, and oversaw the Summer enrichment programs.

Matt Segil

Program Director

Matt is a veteran Math and Science educator and a Teach For America alumnus. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from the University of Vermont and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston University. He loves being outdoors, enjoying coffee, and spending time with friends and family!


Barbara Evangelista

Marketing Manager

Barbara specializes in connecting local businesses with families. She published two online parent-focused media outlets for nine years, sharing information with thousands of local followers via social media, a weekly newsletter, and unique community events. She also managed marketing at the Concord Museum and Bose and has a BA from George Washington University. Barbara enjoys reading and traveling as well as camping and hiking with her family of five.


Leonid Tunik

Operations Consultant

Leonid brings his experience as the founder of Empow Studios, the largest STEM enrichment program in Massachusetts, and an entire career of building educational software products for K-12 and higher-ed organizations. He holds an MBA from Boston University.

Justin Harris

Learning & Curriculum Consultant

Justin brings a rich foundation of education and program design to The Robo Hub. His background includes working as a Program Manager at the Boston Museum of Science and as Director of Learning at Empow Studios, the largest STEM enrichment program in Massachusetts. Justin holds a Masters degree in Computer Science and a Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology.

Alison Schonwald, FAAP

Healthcare Consultant for School-Age Programs

Alison Schonwald MD, FAAP is a Developmental Behavioral Pediatrician with a BS from Yale University and an MD from the University of Pennsylvania. After 24 years as faculty at Boston Children’s Hospital, she now co-owns Touchstone Neurodevelopmental Center, an interdisciplinary practice caring for youth with developmental and behavioral needs. She currently serves on the Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Sub-board of the American Board of Pediatrics and has served on the Board of Massachusetts Early Education and Care.


Thomas Phillips

School Partnerships Liaison

Thomas has a decade of experience in camp and after school programs. He brings his experience as founder & Executive Director of Island Roots Camp Group, where he focussed on developing partnerships with public and independent schools. Thomas studied Education at Lesley University and Business at Full Sail University.