Aaron D. Campbell
Aaron has over sixteen years of web development experience. He has been a regular contributor to WordPress for the last eight years, and even co-lead the WordPress 3.6 release. He’s committed to writing quality code that is both fast and scalable, and has a knack for translating ideas and goals into functional sites. Aaron has worked with clients ranging from small local businesses to Google, Yahoo, Disney, and Harvard. He’s been called both a coffee snob and a beer snob, but considers both to be compliments. When not buried in code, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son, attending or hosting beer tastings, and reading sci-fi/fantasy books.
Trisha Salas is a Front-End Developer for The Events Calendar, a member of the WordPress Accessibility Team and organizer of the Tulsa WordPress Meetup. She has been involved in web development since 1998 and has been a part of the WordPress community since 2011.
Accessibility in web design became a passion when her son lost his vision at age 15. Since then she has learned all that she can about how to build accessible sites with a particular emphasis on users with low vision.
Gerroald is passionate about development and security with WordPress. When he’s not providing support for fellow developers, he’s planning on going to the beach, dreaming about being on the beach or just might be on a beach. In between support and beach dreams, he’s watching terrible B-rated horror and sci-fi movies.
Nile Flores is a long time WordPress designer and Developer. While she grew up a military brat, she’s settled in the St. Louis metro east region. Nile blogs at Blondish.net, where she covers topics on WordPress, Blogging, SEO, Social Media, and Web Design.
She also loves contributing to WordPress, and that includes speaking at WordCamps across the United States. She loves helping people and supporting Open Source projects.
In other news, Nile runs a 8,000 member Facebook group dedicated to helping WordPressers, called All About WordPress. Nile is also the 2014 and 2015 Community Choice Winner at the Small Business Influencer Awards, hosted by Small Business Trends. When Nile isn’t knee deep in coding and design, she’s spending time with her son, who is also a WordPress user.
Marc Gratch is an independent WordPress consultant, developer and WordPress evangelist. Marc attributes everything he knows about code to the WordPress community, with his initial foray into WordPress (version 2.8, give or take a point release) he did not know how to code. Today he builds custom themes and plugins for clients, works with plugin authors on premium extensions, contributes to plugins in the repo and co-organizes his local WordPress Meetup. When Marc isn’t doing WordPress things, he is (most often) chasing around his toddler, wrangling dogs, going to school, and spending time with his family.
Natasha is a web designer, developer and digital marketing specialist at American Fidelity. She utilizes her background in web development to help the company integrate digital marketing technologies, including their recent integration of a CRM marketing system. Before coming to American Fidelity, she worked as a project manager and front-end developer at ONEsite.
Chris Lema has been building software companies for over twenty years. Primarily a product strategist, he’s been blogging about WordPress for the last five years and helped countless commercial companies in the WordPress ecosystem as a coach and advisor.