Paul Oyler is a self-proclaimed crazy, old dude, who wishes it were still the 1970s, but who also loves 21st-century technology.
Reed Gustow is active in his local WordPress community. A local meetup organizer and former WordCamp organizer, Reed has been building websites and teaching WordPress for a long while now. Reed calls Philadelphia home.
Christina Workman is a frontend developer, support specialist, trainer and community leader in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Her favorite things include furry creatures, the colour purple, tea, Wapuu, and Brit TV.
A former MousePlanet MouseStation Podcast co-host, Mike Demo is a lover of open source first, specific tools later. Before joining BoldGrid as a community evangelist, Mike spent years in the financial and insurance industries. He believes in sharing his business acumen and marketing insight. He presents regularly on open source topics like WordPress and Joomla! – where he was a board member of that project.
Courtney Robertson has a background in teaching WordPress, working as a contractor with Modern Tribe, The Events Calendar, and first started using WordPress with version 2.5.
Starting from the back of a van while touring the world with his band, Vito Peleg made the transition from a freelancer to an agency, growing to six figures by the end of year one, and to a team of 12 by the end of year three.