Jill Binder is fiercely invested in diversity and inclusion in tech, but particularly with WordPress. Chatting with her about her passion in this area was a real treat for me, and really informative for all of us.
Chris Lema is a mentor, sure, but he’s more than that. He’s a cheerleader for each of us in WordPress offering advice and more through his blog, talks, and Twitter – all while being the VP of Product at Nexcess/Liquid Web.
WordFest is a global celebration of WordPress, and an extension of Big Orange Heart. In this episode we break from our usual format to talk to the organizing team, learn about how WordFest came about, and what’s in store for the next event!
Robert Jacobi is one of those people who loves the community, helps wherever he can, and does it all with a smile and a great sense of humor!
Lesley Sim is the brilliant and delightful developer behind Newsletter Glue. Getting to know her on this episode was so much fun!
Prem Tiwari is all in when it comes to helping the WordPress community! Not only does he work as a software engineer, but he also contributes across several WordPress teams, as well as in his local meetup and WordCamps. Enjoy this interview!
Wunderkind doesn’t even begin to touch the talent that exists in Adrian Tobey. CEO of Groundhogg doing what he loves at a young age, and contributing to the WordPress community all at the same time.
Bet Hannon inspires me. The work that she does for her agency’s clientele is top-notch, and her participation and willingness to give back to the community in many ways is admirable. And she’s super talented at what she does!
Allie Dye is a dynamic, breath of fresh air in the WordPress space. A real go-getter who doesn’t let chronic illness hold her back, I’m in awe of how much she accomplishes.
Drew Griswold specializes in marketing and advertising. I’m fortunate to work with him at GiveWP, and enjoy both his expertise and his awesome sense of humor.