FirstLight and Cisco take a closer look at the CARES Act and what it means for your educational institution. Hear from the experts on how funding can support your online learning strategy and learn more about the educational technology available to help move your classroom forward in today’s environment.
Jiyon Ruffin, Geo Territory Account Manager, Northeast SLED – Cisco
Jiyon Ruffin is Cisco’s NorthEast Public Sector Geo Territory Account manager. He has spent the past 4 years as a part of Cisco’s Security Business Unit and is now tasked with the strategic support of customers and partners throughout the entire Northeast region.
Jerry Lyon, Technical Sales Specialist, Advanced Technologies – FirstLight
Jerry Lyon has over 20 years of experience in customer-facing network services focused on design, project execution,
consulting, and leadership. He has extensive knowledge in architecting, planning and implementing Cisco/Meraki product solutions which include VoIP, Telepresence, UC/UCaaS, Routing, Switching, Wireless and Security, both on-premises and cloud offerings.
Emily Moulton, Public Funding Advisor, East Territory Sales – Cisco
Emily Moulton is a 15-year veteran of K-12 and Higher Education. She is passionate about using her knowledge of public funding to connect educators and students with technology solutions. She resides in Indianapolis, IN. When not working, she is most often reading books, cooking, and dreaming of travel adventures in her free time.
Stephanie Jones, Senior Manager, Public Funding Office – Cisco
Stephanie Jones has two decades of grant experience, with the past eight leading Cisco’s Public Funding Office. She’s successfully assisted schools in securing millions of dollars for distance learning and workforce projects. Stephanie is a published author, volunteers with teachers to help bring education to orphans in Malawi, and sits on the Board of Directors for the Porter County Community Foundation. She lives in northwest Indiana with her husband.