Since 2005, I’ve been contributing to and working within the open source community. Early on, I began contributing to the now-defunct Camino web browser before working for Mozilla as a Quality Assurance Engineer then Project Manager for the Firefox web browser.

In 2013, I started working for Matt Mullenweg, the co-founder of WordPress, as a Ninja Wrangler at Audrey Capital, before moving to Automattic. My focus at both companies was working on the WordPress CMS, the WordPress.org website, and driving community engagement both online and in-person at dozens of WordCamps.

After four years of driving community work, I moved to Human Made, where I led client services, sales, and account management in the Americas region, driving client projects alongside the regional team of engineers and project managers.

Most recently, I’ve moved to 10up, where I work as a strategist, using my knowledge of WordPress to help clients architect and implement engaging user experiences.

For more information about my work history, please visit my LinkedIn.