You Pass Universe: Team
Chief Industrial Engineer
Mitchell R. Atkins was born and raised in Monroe, Michigan. The younger brother of Rob, Mitch always was working on inventing a new piece of equipment, machine, or vehicle. At the young age of 12 years old, Mitch developed what he called the "Q-Ped", which at the time was reminiscent of Henry Ford's first vehicle the "Quadracycle". Since then, Mitch has been able to craft just about anything from new innovative prototypes, to new systems for his 1890's Farm Home.
Co-Founder | Chief Front-End Engineer
Jacob Ringer is a software engineer from Indiana, working as both programmer and designer across several projects. He takes a systems approach to design in order to have a clear understanding of what he tries to accomplish, and in order to create refined, engaging games.
Founder | Chief Executive Officer
Robert B. Atkins was born and raised in Monroe, Michigan. He was taught to question everything as a child, to learn how things were made and how they functioned, and to utilize foresight in anything he designed. Because of this skillset, Rob was able to visualize the entire You Pass Universe - SingularityOSN in his head.
Business Development Manager
Tom, originally from Canada and raised in Michigan, now resides in Indiana.
He is a graduate of the University of Toledo with Bachelors in Marketing and Chemical Engineering and later completed his MBA through Quantic School of Business and Technology. He has extensive experience in manufacturing and lean operations management spanning several industries.
Amanda Battistoni is a business, community, and civic leader who partners with city governments, private businesses, humanitarian organizations, and local neighborhood agencies on promoting positive community and economic growth throughout Tampa Bay, Florida and Southeast Michigan.
Co-Founder | Chief Technology Officer
Basil J. Miracle was born in Monroe, Michigan but spent much of his youth moving from place to place. As a result, he spent most of his early life learning to make the most of his mind. With his natural curiosity and imagination, he drove himself to learn as much as he could about the universe around him.