Ronnie Wilson is a member of GKN’s Additive Manufacturing Technology Center at GKN Aerospace- St. Louis. Ronnie’s current role is Lead Technology Project Manager for GKN’s Large Scale Additive Manufacturing Technology Development located at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Manufacturing Demonstration Center (MDF) in Knoxville Tennessee. Ronnie earned his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering (Propulsion Focus) and M.S. in Technical Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Ronnie’s career started in 2007 with The Boeing Company as a Structural Design Engineer. His most recent Boeing experience includes Propulsion Product Development & Leading the 737 Max Inlet Design Team. In 2015 Ronnie joined GKN serving as the Engineering Integration Leader for the new GKN Lip Skin Programs in Orangeburg, SC. Ronnie enjoys serving as an advocate for STEM programs as well as participating in community outreach that focuses on improving STEM education.