Kids Think Tech Tuesdays!
6pm - 7pm CST
Kids Think Tech Tuesdays is designed to enable students to interact, enage and learn from Microsoft engineers from around the world.
Each week Microsoft Program Manager, Ravon Lingard and her team will talk tech with middle school and high school students from around the world and answer question from the students.
The purpose of Kids Think Tuesdays is to bring tech lessons to students so they have the skills and knowledge necessary to participate and lead in the 21st Century Knowledge and Information Economies of today and tomorrow.
Ravon L. Lingard is a Program Manager at Microsoft and Board Member of aSTEAM Village.
She currently works on the Power Automate team. She is a recent graduate of Missouri Science and Technology University with a Bachelor of Science with a degree in Engineering Management.
She has interned at Microsoft in Seattle, Washington as a Project Manager. She has held previous internships at Eli Lilly in Indianapolis, Indiana, NBC in Manhattan, New York, BJC in St. Louis, Missouri, Intuitive Research in Huntsville, Alabama.
She was the Atlanta Universities Consortium (AUC) which includes: Spelman College, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine and Clark Atlanta University Dual Degree 2016 Student of the Year. Ravon was a 2016 NBC Fellow.
Ravon was recognized as one of Eli Lilly's top engineering interns in 2017. She was one of four women on the Missouri Science and Technology first place team that won the 2017 American Society of Engineering Management Case Study Competition. This was the first all-female team to win this award in the competition's 30+ year history.
She is a Boeing Scholar and Missouri Science and Technology Diversity Scholar. She served as the AUC NSBE Finance Committee and Missouri Science and Technology NSBE Vice President and President. Ravon also served as the NSBE Regional Pre-Collegiate Chair for students in 3rd grade through high school.