Join us for a introductory workshop with Ryan Lindsay Lessard (aka Mako Reactra) on everything you need to know about FPV pilots and drone racing.
Teacher by day, racing and freestyle drone pilot by evening! My FPV journey began with Tiny Whoops in the basement of a local hobby shop, where my husband and I now organize MultiGP weekly winter whoop races. I instantly fell in love with flying, so as soon as the Maine snow melted, I was outside with my first race quad. Now I’ve been in over 80 MultiGP club races. Hobbywing, Azure Power, Flightone, Runcam, and Ovonic are my sponsors, but I am also a Women Who Drones and AirvuzFPV ambassador.
I competed in the 2019 FAI US Team Qualifier and came in 2nd place in the female category. I flew the MultiGP Global Qualifier and was invited to compete in the 2019 MultiGP Nationals Sportsman Class in Daytona Beach, Florida. I was one of three women to attend this full weekend of racing. My goal is to one day race on an all-female drone racing team.
I’ve always been so appreciative of our drone community and enjoy being involved in any way I can. Participating in presentations and demonstrations at schools, summer camps, and Makerfairs is important to me because it’s a chance to show the public, especially the youth, our incredible hobby. I organize demo races, teach students how their learning in school connects to drones, and show children fun with whoops.