Meet the team behind the world’s first robotic mark!
Kevin Morin – Founder



Kevin is the mastermind behind the MarkSetBot. He built the first prototype in 2014 and now spends his time working on the latest and greatest developments while leading our team. Kevin has more than 20 years of experience leading successful software development teams.

Marcie Levey – Design


She’s the mastermind behind “There’s a Botter Way” and nearly all of our graphics. Marcie has been on the team since the beginning of MarkSetBot and has provided invaluable creative insight to our processes.

Jim Thompson – Manufacturing


Jim has worked on the MarkSetBot for years and is a vital part of both our manufacturing and development sectors. Our Bots are assembled individually and Jim takes on a huge role in this process. Jim worked for more than 20 years designing and prototyping new features in the automotive industry.

Doug Wake – Marketing


Doug joined the MarkSetBot team in June of 2018 and has been loving it ever since. After doing social media and serving as VP of Marketing for the International Lightning Class, this position seemed only natural. Doug majored in Finance and Statistics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Adam Wolnikowski – Software Development


Adam has a diverse foundation in robotics and a penchant for DIY projects. He has been instrumental in the development of the MarkSetBot app, and has additionally helped with some back-end work as well. Adam majored in Computer Science at Yale University.

Nic Baird – Outreach


Nic joined MarkSetBot in February, 2019 as a sales assistant. Like Adam, Nic attended Yale University as a Political Science and History major. He joined the MarkSetBot team after leading the Yale Sailing Team to multiple national titles and earning the ICSA College Sailor of the Year award.

Fin Elliott – Reseach and Development


Fin joined the MarkSetBot team in June 2019, after studying Computer Science at Boston College. Focusing primarily on development of new features, Fin has helped roll out new GPS protocols to MarkSetBot.