Ravi Singh receives best international campaign website and video game award for President Juan Manuel Santos Election in Colombia.
Ravi Singh attends MIT CODE conference in 2017 to explore his research on Social Media Voice analyzing the tone of Donald Trumps Tweets. Ravi Singh is an attendee from University of the Rockies now Ashford University, Denver Colorado
Ravi In 2016 Ravi started his PhD at the University of the Rockies. He graduated within three years from Ashford University upon completing one of the first PhDs specializing in Social Media Technology. Ravi studied under dissertation Committee: Dr. Michelle Post, Dr. Cinthia Scarlett, Dr. Scott Burrus and Dr. Sinan Aral.
Ravi Singh's company ElectionMall won the award for "Best Internet Campaign" in the International Candidate category for Santos Presidente.com at the Pollie Awards.
In 2013, Ravi Singh (ElectionMall Founder & CEO) spoke in Argentina Buenos Aires. He addresses the crowd during a CampaignCloud powered by Microsoft for over 61 campaigns in Argentina.
Ravi Singh addresses the urgency of World Leaders to use Social Media as an "empowerment tool" not "talk at me tool" with their citizens. He cautions how content will dominate and that World Leaders should not hire others to speak for them but rather use their own voices. He encourages European Leaders to create multiple accounts on various platforms and embrace the new social media platforms as a "new fax machine" of their generation.
Ravi Singh design Campaign Cloud platform for world leaders and helps over 9 world leaders using Campaign Cloud powered by Microsoft.
Ravi Singh graduates from prestigious Northwestern University with a Master of Arts in Political Science. He studied under Dr. Paige and Dr. Crotty. While there, Ravi completed a linguistic study of John F. Kennedy’s speeches. His master’s thesis discussed Asian-American participation in the State of Illinois.
Ravi becomes First Asian American Student Body President at Lutheran University
Even as a college student, Dr. Singh showed a penchant for leadership. Throughout his four years at Valparaiso, he held positions including Student Senator, Chair of the Health Advisory Committee, Ombudsman, and eventually was elected President of the student body in his senior year. He frequently spoke out about issues affecting the student body and was awarded the school’s Outstanding Leadership and Service award in recognition of his contributions to the university community.