WordPress websites and video for the web. You can find me on twitter @thatbeach.
Using WordPress for clients and self since 2008. Work with beginners and intermediate users helping then thru workshops and individually. You can find her on twitter @reikob
Moira is a multi-talented professional and businesswoman, with 20+ years of experience in internet design and development, as well as managing small and large groups in both the non-profit and corporate environments.
Mel is a Boston-based Product Designer and a WordPress core contributor. She loves big type, cold brew coffee, and printmaking. Follow her on Twitter at @melchoyce.
Jonathan is a developer for Boston University’s Interactive Design department where he helps build and maintain the University’s large WordPress install. He has been working with WordPress since 2007 and is a WordPress Core contributor. Based in Southeastern Massachusetts, he enjoys playing and watching baseball, being outdoors, cooking (especially on the grill), photography, and sharing a beverage with interesting people. You can find him on Twitter (@desrosj), or occasionally on his personal blog.
After a first career as an academic, John’s been working in digital agencies for the last 15 years, and with WordPress for the last 8. He has been one of the organizers for WordCamp Boston since 2010, and is the CEO of 10up. He now lives in Salem MA with his wife and dogs. He blogs (very occasionally) at Open Parenthesis.
Jim Reevior is a web developer for STAT, a medical and life sciences publication of Boston Globe Media Partners. He is a longtime technology lover, computer whisperer, WordPress developer and contributor, and also dabbles in DevOps. Linux is his operating system of choice, although he can speak Windows, OS X and even DOS on occasion.
Duane Mitchell has been a technology consultant in the Boston area for over 20 years. His career has run from graphics, publishing, database, accounting, workflow automation, and traditional IT tasks such as networking and security. His focus in recent years is on open source solutions to business issues such as digital asset management, website developement, database development, application development, and the integration of these solutions “in the cloud” for group collaboration.
Amy Kvistad is a freelance graphic designer, web developer, and co-organizer for the Boston WordPress meetup. Amy has been using WordPress since 2009 when she went to WordCamp Boston! Her design process is customer-focused and research driven for clients in a wide range of industries. Amy enjoys New England summers by the water.