Announcing the WCSTL Speaker Lineup – Round 1

The WordCamp St. Louis organization team is proud to present our first round of speakers for our 2017 event. We had a lot of a awesome submissions. We carefully went over all the submissions, as a team, and then voted on them. We looked for what we wanted to hear, what our local meetup group has been wanting to learn, and tried to select a variety of topics.

Please give our speakers a warm welcome. Please note, we’ve not posted the talk descriptions yet, but we’ve given a little tease, by unveiling the title of each speaker’s topic.  This is merely round 1, so there will be another round of announcements soon.

2017 WCSTL Speaker Lineup – Round 1

These are in no particular order.

Mike Hale

Mike Hale is from Warrenville, Illinois. He’ll be speaking about Building a Developer Friendly WordPress Plugin.

Mike Hale on Twitter – @mikehale

 

 


Steve Stewart

Steve Stewart is from St. Louis, Missouri. He will be speaking about Podcasting 101

Steve Stewart on Twitter – @stevestewartme

 

 

 


Tim Sisson

Tim Sisson is from Virginia Beach, Virginia. He’ll be speaking about Herding Cats: Tips for Leading Technical People.

 

Tim Sisson on Twitter – @boldgrid_tims

 


Michele Butcher- Jones

Michele Butcher-Jones is from Carbondale, Illinois. She will be speaking about Demons In the Closet.

Michele Butcher- Jones on Twitter – @Michele_Butcher

 

 


Dane Morgan

Dane Morgan is from southern Missouri. He will be speaking about WordPress Theme Code Reviews.

Dane Morgan on Twitter – @danemorgan

 

 


Emanuel Costa

Emanuel Costa is from Brazil, but lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. He will be speaking about The Ultimate Security Checklist For WordPress Websites.

Emanuel Costa on Twitter – @emanweb

 

 


Jennifer Swisher

Jennifer Swisher is from St. Louis, Missouri. She will be speaking about Creating Websites for Everyone.

Jennifer Swisher on Twitter – @jenswish

 

 


Like our speakers? Interested in what they’ll be talking about? Come get your ticket today, so you can see them present their topic on March 18, 2017, at Washington University!

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