Meet Our Staff

  Terri Campbell
Business Manager


Terri brings 15+ years of business management experience to FIRST.   She has worked in a variety of industries from banking, computer consulting, public relations and local chamber of commerce.  She brings experience as a fundraiser and event manager  Terri is highly skilled in recognizing and addressing the needs for business growth and development.
    Peggy Gray
Community Engagement Manager

Peggy Gray brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing and development to FIRST Washington. She has worked in healthcare, the arts and has spent the last 15 years working with youth development organizations. Peggy strives to create innovative partnerships for individuals, corporations and foundations that meet their philanthropic goals and make the biggest impact for the organization and those it serves.

Jacque Grimm
Events Assistant

Jacque brings over 8 years of volunteer experience to FIRST Washington.  As the Team Manager for her children's hockey team she chaired the annual 2009 auction which helped to raise over $70 thousand for the Sno-King Amateur Hockey Association.  She also has been very involved  volunteering in FIRST Robotics competitions in a variety of roles like Pit Admin; Lead Queuer; Score Keeper; Referee. 

  Susan Martucci
Program Manager, FIRST LEGO League Jr. and FIRST LEGO League, Volunteer Coordinator

Founding Member, FIRST Washington


Susan Martucci has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from Georgia Institute of Technology and Bellevue Community College certificates for Business Intelligence Developer and Relational Database Developer.She has five years of experience as a Girl Scout leader and over fifteen years of experience with the FIRST Robotics program in various roles including coaching FIRST LEGO League Teams for five years and serving on the Washington FIRST Robotics Planning Committee for FIRST programs in Washington State for ten years.

  Erin McCallum


Erin McCallum has spent 25 years successfully raising more than $162 million for a number of high-profile community organizations in this region and is a proven leader in both non-profit and political fund raising communities. Erin is an active volunteer with several nonprofit and community organizations including serving on the Board of Directors for Girl Scouts of Western Washington and troop leader and member of Snoqualmie Valley Rotary. The mentors, coaches, and volunteers are the people who inspire her every day as they work to ignite and excite Washington youth to find their passion for STEM.

  Adrienne Rime
Events Manager


Adrienne Rime became involved with FIRST in 2007 when her daughter's high school started a robotics club.In 2010 she began coaching a FIRST Robotics Competition team where she developed a passion for working with students.In 2011, Adrienne joined the FIRST Washington staff as a part time program coordinator for FIRST Tech Challenge and FIRST Robotics Competition.  She loves the way that FIRST can help shape young peoples lives in discovering a career pathway.
    Scott Stalter
Program Manager, FIRST  Tech Challenge/ FIRST  Robotics Competition

Scott brings over 20 years of sales experience and professional relationship building. He has owned and operated his own portrait photography studio and enjoys woodworking and making costumes in his free time. Scott began as a volunteer 4 years ago and quickly became an advocate for FIRST, partnered with his wife and youngest son.  His favorite thing about FIRST is to see the effect it has on kids’ lives.

  Eric Stokely
Fieldhouse Supervisor
Founding Member, FIRST  Washington Robotics


Eric Stokely claims that he has had four professions over his career.His first career was in manufacturing then he went back to college and got a degree in physics. He was employed with Lawerence Livermore National Labs and transitioned into teaching. He joined FIRST Robotics Competition Team 360 at Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma. Eric helped launch the FIRST Robotics program in Washington State and his passion for FIRST keeps him teaching.

  Kyle Thomas
Gifts Processing Coordinator

Kyle started working as a volunteer in the fieldhouse in 2015 and transitioned into a part-time position as a Gifts Processing Coordinator managing donor information and providing reports to the management team. He studied accounting at Western Washington University and enjoys hiking and basketball in his spare time.