Intergrated Circuit Systems Inc.Ladies in Tech Panel
8am – Saturday, October 7th (Before opening ceremony).
Featured Guest Panel Members
- Amy Rokos – Stryker
- Lindsay Corneal – Assistan Director, School of Enginerring Grand Vally State University
- Jordyn Bliski – Dematic
- Marti Atwater – AtWater
Amy works for Stryker as a Principal Software R&D Engineer in Orthopaedic Instruments, working on next-generation guided surgical instruments for large joint replacement procedures. On her role, she works a software integration lead and feature lead of various software components. Prior to joining Stryker in 2020, she spent 11 years in the aviation industry, providing software and testing for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and 777x. Amy has her BS from Michigan Tech in Computer Engineering.
Amy is passionate about being a role model for girls and young women in STEM. She currently serves as the Outreach Chair of the Grand Rapids Society of Women Engineers (SWE), GVSU SWE section professional counselor, and also enjoys performing classroom engineering demos. She is a mentor for her son and daughter’s FTC team and troop leader of her daughter’s Girl Scout troop. In her spare time, Amy enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband and 3 kids.
Assistan Director, School of Enginerring Grand Vally State University
Dr. Lindsay Corneal earned a BASc in Mechanical Engineering with a Materials option from the University of Windsor (Canada), an MBA from Lawrence Technological University, and a Ph.D. in Materials Science & Engineering from Michigan State University. She also spent six years as a product engineer at DaimlerChrysler (now Chrysler, LLC) where her main responsibility was the power steering system for the Ram pick-up truck. She is currently the Assistant Director of Grand Valley State University’s School of Engineering.
Jordyn Bilski is a Software Product Owner for the Maestro team at Dematic Corporation. She is responsible for introducing new models of conveyor as well as updating existing models in the tool for solutions development and applications engineering to implement in their projects. Prior to her current role, Jordyn worked as an Applications Engineer and frequently used the tool she is helping to develop today. As an Applications Engineer, she worked with a team to successfully complete projects for external customers. This included working with the customer to finalize the design of the conveyor system, ordering the proper equipment, and working with installation to ensure the equipment was running properly. Jordyn received a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Grand Valley State University in 2018.
My interest in the law began when, as a curious young person, I became aware of the disparate impact of the law on different communities. I sought a broader understanding of these social and legal forces as a student at Cornell University, graduating with distinction after majoring in psychology and African American studies. As a student at the University of Detroit Law, I served as editor of the Law Review and participated in – and won – numerous national moot court competitions. I graduated first in my class, and then gained tremendous experience clerking for a federal appellate judge who had been a special assistant to the then-Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
GIRLS ROBOTICS COMPETITION
1 day Off Season FIRST Girls Robotics Competition
Opening Ceremonies will begin at 8:30am and we
Conclude at 5:30pm.
October 7th, 2023
Wyoming High School in Wyoming, Michigan