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created by Arkansas TSA 2014

updated 10/21/19

Alex Partlow


Alex Partlow is a senior from Alma High School.   Alex has been a member of TSA for three years, and is currently president of his local chapter. Last year Alex served as the Arkansas State Historian.  His favorite competition category is Dragster Design! Alex was inducted into the TSA National Honors Society during the 2019 National TSA Conference in Washington D.C..


Sky Walker

Vice President

Sky Walker is a senior at Vilonia High School. Sky has been a member of TSA for three years, and has been president of his local chapter for two. His favorite competitions are video game design and coding. He was inducted into the TSA National Honors Society during the 2019 national TSA conference in Washington D.C..


Chris Osborne


Chris Osborne is currently a Senior at Bryant High School and has been a member of TSA for three years. Previously the Sergeant at Arms and now Secretary, Chris believes that TSA is an important program for education Arkansas’s youth in STEM curriculum. As a member of the robotics team DEIMOS at the High School, Chris has learned essential teamwork skills and the value of comradery in the competitive field of engineering. Pursuing mechanical engineering at Arkansas Tech University, Chris hopes to further his education and continue to help others interested in STEM fields. In his free time, Chris spends valuable time with his friends and leads the school’s STEM based club, HEAT (Hornet Engineering and Technology).om Bryant High School.

Brady Burress


Brady Burress is a junior from Alma High School. Brady has been a member of TSA for two years. Brady is also serving as his chapters secretary. Brady is also a member of the VEX robotics team serving as his teams programmer. Brady hopes to utilize the skills he has learned through TSA and robotics to become a computer programmer.


Dylan Nichols

Sergeant at Arms

Dylan Nichols is a senior at Alma High School. He has been a member of TSA for two years and is currently serving as the Vice President of Communication for his local chapter.  Dylan is also a member of the NJROTC with a goal to go into the Naval Academy. 


Zac McCoy


Zac McCoy is a Junior at Alma High School. He has been a member of TSA for two years. Zac is currently serving as his chapters Historian. He enjoys helping others succeed in TSA and VEX robotics. Zac is also a member of the National Honor Society and the Alma Marching Band, where he plays the trumpet, and. His favorite TSA event is Technology Problem Solving.

Jake Fannon


Jake Fannon is currently a Junior at Bryant High School and has been a member of TSA for two years, and while he values academic achievement and performance over everything, you can often find him spending his free time traveling to the lake or various theme parks around the United States. As a member of the American Coaster Enthusiasts, Jake takes pleasure in studying the design aspects of different roller coaster types, and has been on over 100 different coasters. While that sounds like the best it could get, and its close, Jake spends even more of his time and energy on VEX Robotics through the high school team MAXIMA. This helps in his studies toward eventually becoming a mechanical engineer and one day designing the world’s best roller coasters. 



State Advisor

Jami began her TSA experience when she was teaching pre-engineering classes and taking her students to TSA and robotics competitions.  She quickly saw the value of TSA competitions for her pre-engineering students and her local chapter made TSA their priority over the competitions that only had robotics.  She was able to take students to two national TSA competitions before leaving the classroom and accepting her position as TSA State Advisor.  At one of these national TSA competitions she was named Arkansas TSA Chapter Advisor of the Year for High School, and her students received Chapter Excellence awards at both national conferences they attended.  She took her students to regional and state competitions every year she was teaching.  Now she is the one organizing these events for Arkansas TSA students.  Her goal is to get more schools to see the value of TSA as a CTSO for their STEM students, and grow the organization to the level it is in many of our neighboring states.  With STEM education as a priority in our state, she sees TSA as an integral component of STEM students' educational experience.  

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