WCUS2022 is Announcing Speakers – Round 6. 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 the preparations are at their peak. There are so many things to take care of 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, third, fourth, and fifth 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 6.
So, without any further ado, join us in welcoming our sixth-round speakers at WordCamp US 2022 in San Diego.
WordCamp US 2022 Announcing Speakers – Round 6
Adam is a WordPress core committer and image component maintainer where he works to fix bugs and improve modern web capabilities. As a Developer Relations Engineer in the content ecosystem team at Google, he works to invigorate the open web by empowering and educating developers.
Clemvio Hodge is an entrepreneur and owns two businesses in Anguilla. He is the chairman of the Anguilla Youth Business Foundation which offers business development support in Anguilla for persons aged 18 to 35. His businesses are centered around marketing, creative media, and tourism.
Joe is a WordPress plugin developer, a core committer, and a web accessibility consultant. He’s part of the Make WordPress Accessible team, the team dedicated to improving accessibility in the WordPress ecosystem. Find Joe online on Twitter as @joedolson or at Joe Dolson Accessible Web Design.
Michelle is an independent UX designer and front-end developer in Minneapolis. She studied Visual Communications, Psychology and Sociology, branching into front-end development and user experience design as her career progressed. This combination of disciplines led her to adopt a strategy-based approach to design, focused on solving tangible problems and achieving real goals based on how people think. Now, she collaborates on projects with clients ranging in size from solopreneurs to enterprise.
Milana Cap is a WordPress engineer at XWP, WordPress Documentation Team representative, and Documentation Focus lead for WordPress 5.8 and co-lead for WordPress 5.9 and 6.0 release cycles. She helped organise some of the largest WordPress conferences, WordCamp Europe 2018 and 2019, with focus on Contributor Days. Being a single mum in Serbia, she developed a superpower of fighting the odds. Easily bribed with dark chocolate and a nice piece of bacon.
Phil is SVP of Marketing & Growth at 10up, a WordPress-centric digital agency.
Robert is a Security Advocate for Patchstack and has close to two decades of experience working in information security, with a focus on web application and open source security. He has cleaned up a lot of hacked sites in the past and wanted to do something to stop the hacks, so he started reporting security bugs in open source code (including WordPress and numerous plugins), this still is not enough, so he would love to share with the developers of WordPress plugins, themes and more some common tips and tricks to writing secure code.
So, these were the few announced speakers who will be presenting their respective talks at the WordCamp US 2022.
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Previously Announced Speakers: