WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers – Round Five (Community Talks)

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The list of WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers – Round Five is here!

The first-ever WordCamp Asia 2020 is gearing up to take place on February 21-23, 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand. The event is nearing and with that, the preparations are at its peak. There are so many things to take care of in order to deliver a grand extravaganza. Likewise, Speakers are the core part of any WordCamp. They are one of the many reasons why people actually enjoy attending WordCamps.

The WCASIA2020 team has already announced the first, second, third, and fourth round of WCASIA 2020 confirmed speakers starting last week. And now, the team has published Round Five of WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers with talks related to the Community sector.

So, without any further ado, let us introduce you to WordCamp Asia 2020 Confirmed Speakers – Round Five (Community Talks).

WordCamp Asia 2020 Confirmed Speakers – Round Five

Ajit Bohra

Ajit is the founder and CEO of LUBUS, a WordPress and Laravel agency. Though Ajit began his career in accounting with a business degree, engineering comes naturally to this problem solver.

Topic: Mental Illness – Fighting The Invisible Monster Within. Know more here.

Alexis Kulah

Alexis wrangles all things WordPress while working as an Enterprise Engineer on the WordPress VIP team at Automattic. She lives in New York, NY, and can be found quarterly at BigWP NYC.

Topic: Building a Diverse Team Through Mentorship. Know more here.

Andrea Middleton

I support WordPress community organizers, helping them plan community events (meetups, WordCamps, and more!) that inspire people to do more with WordPress, connect the WordPress community, and contribute to the WordPress project.

Topic: Becoming a Better Open Source Citizen (Despite Human Nature). Know more here.

Carole Olinger

Carole is a former Luxembourgish government agent who found the WordPress community during a four-year sabbatical. She soon became the WordPress community ambassador for a leading WebOps platform as well as a passionate WordCamp speaker and organizer.

Topic: Stepping Back To Move Forward. Know more here.

Hafiz Rahman

Hafiz Rahman is a Support Engineer at Automattic since June 2014, helping WordPress.com customers develop their websites and troubleshoot issues that arise. On his dwindling spare time, Hafiz contributes to the open-source management project called WordPress.

Topic: WordCamp Survival Strategies for Introverts. Know more here.

Judith Schroeer

As a digital business administrator, I consult freelancers and small companies on all aspects of online marketing and digitization. I have always had a soft spot for niches and small businesses because I like people who follow their passion.

Topic: 8 lessons I have learned through my mental illness (and how my life has improved with WordPress). Know more here.

Mike Schroder

Mike Schroder is a cross-cultural kid, coffee enthusiast, and supporter of Open Source. As a full-time contributor sponsored by GoDaddy, he’s a WordPress committer, media component maintainer, hosting team representative, and previous release lead-based in Japan.

Topic: How to Be a Committer. Know more here.

Petya Raykovska

Petya is the head of allocations at Human Made, a global enterprise DXP agency helping big brands develop their digital identity on the web. She is a WordPress contributor, an active member of the WordPress community, and one of the WordPress Polyglots team leads supporting the people who translate WordPress to more than 200 languages.

Topic: WordPress Beyond Borders: Cross-cultural communication and the fundamentals of caring. Know more here.

Puneet Sahalot

Puneet is the CEO of IdeaBox, working with a team of brilliant tech professionals and creative minds. He is on a mission to help designers, developers, and entrepreneurs to strengthen their online presence WordPress solutions.

Topic: Building a better world, the WordPress way. Know more here.

Stephane Boisvert

Stéphane Boisvert is a Principal Engineer at the Canadian Digital Service (CDS) where he helps change the government to serve Canadians better. CDS has taken on projects such as helping low-income Canadians file their taxes.

Topic: Building a Diverse Team Through Mentorship. Know more here.

So, these were the confirmed speakers that will be presenting their respective talks at the first-ever WordCamp Asia 2020. Make sure you go through their sessions’ summary so that you know what to expect during their talk at the event.

If you haven’t already, get your WCASIA2020 tickets today and come hear these amazing personalities.



WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers – Round One (Development Talks)
WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers – Round Two (Design Talks)
Round Three of WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers (Content Talks)
Round Four of WCASIA2020 Confirmed Speakers (Business Talks)

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