WCUS2022 is Announcing Speakers – Round 4. So, here is the list.
This year will be the first in-person WordCamp US since 2019 and will be held at the Town and Country San Diego. WordCamp US 2022 is gearing up to take place on 9-11 September 2022 in San Diego, California. The event is nearing and with that, the preparations are at their peak. There are so many things to take care of in order to deliver a grand event. Likewise, Speakers are the core part of the WordCamp. They are one of the reasons why many people enjoy attending WordCamp.
The WCUS2022 team had announced the first, second, and third round of WCUS 2022 confirmed speakers earlier this week, who are going to deliver ‘Development Talks’. And now, the team has published WCUS2022 Announcing Speakers Round 4.
So, without any further ado, join us in welcoming our fourth-round speakers at WordCamp US 2022 in San Diego.
WordCamp US 2022 Announcing Speakers – Round 4
Benji Kostenbader is Senior Front-End Developer at Top Hat. He also freelances with Jamstack and WordPress and mentors other developers. He lives in Pittsburgh. He’s lived in other places too!
Cami Kaos (@camikaos) champions diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts for the talent division of Automattic, a company that she has successfully supported through a myriad of WordPress community-facing and internal-facing roles since 2013. For more than a decade she has consistently brought an empathetic and collaborative ethos to the WordPress community and its gatherings. Cami writes irregularly on camikaos.com, kaos.blog, and more consistently on Twitter or — if words somehow fail her — Instagram.
Cassandra Decker, MA, is a data designer who focuses on driving efficiency in programs, projects, procedures, and products. Decker earned a master’s degree in applied anthropology (with a cultural and economic focus) from the University of South Florida and a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish, English, and Political Science from the University of Iowa. Decker also has more than 15 years of experience in qualitative and quantitative research, conducting results-based work in English and Spanish.
David is a creative “dark knight” recovering from burnout and sharing the 18+ years of lessons learned in design, software programming, and building brand experiences to help individuals and teams build lovable products and cultures.
Jonathan has been using WordPress since 2007 to build sites of all sizes, covering the entire spectrum of local businesses to enterprises and large universities. He has been a contributor to WordPress Core since 2013, and a WordPress Core committer since 2018. He currently works as a Senior Software Engineer at Bluehost, where the majority of his time is spent contributing to WordPress Core.
Maddy Osman is a digital native with a decade-long devotion to creating engaging, accessible, and relevant content. After teaching herself web design at age 11, she found her true passion in content creation—learning the intricacies while transitioning from technical to creative SEO marketer. Maddy’s journey from freelance writer to founder and CEO of The Blogsmith yielded numerous insights to share about content creation for enterprise B2B technology brands.
Sara is a seasoned UI / UX designer, former business owner, creative director, and passionate about creating an accessible web.
So, these were the few announced speakers who will be presenting their respective talks at the WordCamp US 2022.
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