Kaley Zundel is a full-time working mom whose own father made her learn the basics of vehicle dynamics before learning to drive. She is also a woman who changed her husband’s brakes when pregnant instead of paying a garage. Unfortunately, the desire to be an engineer did not exist within her mind, so instead she went to college for marketing and public relations. After graduation she fell into a job at SAE International supporting the Collegiate Design Series programs.
With over 15 years at SAE, her focus now includes managing several of the Collegiate Design Series program such as Formula SAE, SAE Clean Snowmobile and SAE Supermileage. In her role, Kaley works with industry professionals to recruit volunteers for document reviews to onsite event judging and racing operations. She also manages most other competition logistics from rules committees, finding venues, vendors and our favorite insurance coverage.
She enjoys her work connecting students and professionals to these programs that benefit each other.
January 7th, 2019 | 23 mins 25 secs
2019, formula sae, new rules
We go over the Formula SAE rules for 2019 with Steve Sayovitz.
December 11th, 2018 | Season 3 | 25 mins 30 secs
canada, formula sae, lincoln, michigan
Kaley Zundel and Ryan Good kick off the first Podcast of the season to tell you what is new with the newly reorganized rules, changes to look forward to for Presentations, changes to Endurance Event at Formula SAE Michigan, potential layout changes for Formula SAE Lincoln, and what's new in the app and web site.
June 14th, 2018 | Season 2 | 24 mins 58 secs
In this episode, we discuss the upcoming 2018 Formula SAE Lincoln / Electric event.
April 18th, 2018 | Season 2 | 26 mins 54 secs
In this episode, we discuss what to look forward to for 2018 Formula SAE Michigan.
January 15th, 2018 | Season 2 | 41 mins 31 secs
cds, collegiate design series, education, engineering, formula sae, sae international, stem
On this episode, we say goodbye to Bob Sechler, longtime manager of the Collegiate Design Series, as he retires in 2018.