Rachel loves WordPress. She develops websites for people in Colorado through her little project at metasynchronic.com. She hacks code, plays video games, tweets, and instagrams everything about her animals. And gets very little sleep.
Rachel has also never been to WordCamp, but is really excited about it. So excited, she volunteered as an organizer this year. She loves to organize people, places, and things, even rescue dogs. She’s looking forward to seeing all of you at WordCamp Denver 2015.
Michael is a designer at Automattic, the makers of WordPress.com. He may be a tad obsessed with CSS (especially Sass) and beautiful typography. He contributes to WordPress Core, Jetpack, CSS Chassis, and WordPress.com. You can follow him on twitter @michaelarestad.
Beau is an Australian web developer who currently lives in Denver, Colorado. He has been working on the web since about 1996.
Interested in all things social, tech and web-related, Beau spends most of his time these days hacking on WordPress and related web apps for Automattic. Follow him at @beaulebens.
Drew is the lead organizer of WordCamp Denver 2015, having helped organize several previous WordCamps in Denver. He is a prominent member of the community, serving as the core docs committer, and recently as the release lead for WordPress 4.2.
He lives and works in Denver as a Web Engineer at 10up. Follow him at @DrewAPicture.
Corrinda has been a mainstay in the Denver WordPress community for more than five years, having run a successful freelance business, Small Business WP Services, since 2007.
She’s served as the organizer of the Denver WordPress Meetup for most of that time, having also helped to organize the 2012 and 2013 WordCamps.
Jeremy is the owner and lead developer at Endo Creative, a web design company that specializes in building awesome things with WordPress. He has spoken at multiple WordCamps and organizes the Fort Collins WordPress Meetup. His hobbies include mountain biking, cooking, and playing guitar. Follow him at @greenhornet79.
Yoga monkey, minimalist, web enthusiast, music lover, gamer, poly, Product Manager for WooCommerce at @WooThemes, and the guy who makes crazy sound effects. Patrick moved to Denver in the summer of 2014 and wasted no time in organizing meetups and getting involved in the local WordPress scene.