WordCamp Orlando is constantly working on making each year better than the last. This year we are hosting not one, but TWO keynotes designed to engage your creativity and foster a greater sense of community.
Saturday Morning Keynote: Jeff Noel
Jeff Noel is a 30-year Disney Leadership veteran, who has helped many of the world’s Fortune-500 companies transform their business and culture through his innovative systems, methods, and strategies.
For WordCamp Orlando, he will enlighten us on creativity and innovation, introducing everyone to the paradox of thinking outside-the-box, as well as sharing four world-class basics for continuously improving your business and delighting your customers.
Sunday Morning Brunch Keynote: Rich Robinkoff
Rich is a WordPress community advocate, WordCamp organizer and speaker. He also helps other organizers as a WordCamp Central Community Deputy. He has worked in the corporate world for almost two decades and brings that vast business experience to the WordPress community as a Project Manager. You can usually find him searching for his next great cup of coffee while he ponders his own self-worth as he learns to deal with a really bad case of impostor syndrome. When the opportunity arises, he also teaches web development at his local community college.
For WordCamp Orlando, Rich will be calling us to action in “The Humanity of WordPress,” where he explores the human side of our WordPress communities and empowers attendees to get involved to continue to make WordPress great!
A New York City based Software Engineer. David recently moved to work with USA Today developing code for the WordPress VIP platform. He originally picked up WordPress around 8 years ago in high school for fun and and ended up never looked back. You’ll often find him at a local conference or meetup talking about the latest trends in tech.
Adam Bradford is the Director of Web Development at Highforge. Inventing is his passion & automation, his muse. By day he builds the Internet, by night he gets schwifty.
I’m this guy who writes code. And drinks coffee.
Michelle is an independent graphic designer in Minneapolis (formerly Chicago). Before beginning her career, she studied Visual Communications, with minors in Psychology and Sociology. Together, this resulted in a love of How To Solve Problems. Lately she has been specializing in WordPress theme development and high-end presentations for her clients. She loves the open source community and speaks/volunteers/organizes at WordCamps and other events around the country.
Andrea has been building WordPress websites since 2006. She launched, WP Sesame, a full-service inbound marketing and WordPress design agency, in 2013, and has launched nearly 200 WordPress websites in the last 5 years alone. She specializes in niche membership, BuddyPress and multisite development for WordPress, and loves the way the platform can help bridge the gaps between entrepreneurial innovation and competitive online marketing. She’s currently working toward getting certified as a professional project manager. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her teenage son, blogging about project management for tech professionals, and visiting science fiction conventions around the country.