Meet the team!
Tom Auger of Zeitguys, a digital design and marketing agency in Toronto, brings his design and development chops to the WordCamp Toronto organizing team. Tom is a musician, UX architect, and evangelist of all things WordPress. Follow Tom on Twitter or check out his blog.
Edward “Cais” Caissie has been involved in both local and online WordPress communities for the last five years. He has published many WordPress Themes and Plugins, and has been a member of the WordPress Theme Review Team since its inception and was their first volunteer administrator. Edward is the main organizer of the WordPress GTA Meetup group, and is also a member, and former Co-Organizer, of The Toronto WordPress Group. Ed manages our curriculum (programming schedule and itinerary) with a fine-tooth comb. Follow Ed on Twitter or check out his blog.
Terri Caissie is a co-organizer of the WordPress GTA Meetup Group with her husband Edward. Terri likes to deliver WordPress training sessions in the WPGTA Meetup Groups. Customer Service has always been her forte. Terri manages our communications with Sharlene and works on curriculum with Edward.
Brent Kobayashi is President of Kobayashi Online, a small web agency that specializes in WordPress website design and development. Kobayashi Online provides a wide range of digital marketing services for organizations of all sizes in and around Toronto. Brent manages our budget and finances. You can follow Brent on Twitter or check out his personal blog.
Keith Lockhart has been engaged with WordPress for the past 3 years, and active member of the WordPress GTA group since it’s inception. Keith is the swagmaster for WordCamp Toronto 2013, so if you know of any buried treasure, please send a map with a prominent “X”. You can find Keith on Twitter as Gr8WhiteNorth or on his website at Gr8WhiteNorth.com.
Andy McIlwain is an organizer of the Toronto WordPress Group, mentors at Ladies Learning Code workshops, handles communications for WPUniversity (a Toronto-based WordPress startup), tackles a variety of freelance web projects and tries to cram his calendar full of local meetups. Andy manages the overall WordCamp Toronto event, communications, and partnerships. You can follow Andy on Twitter or check out his personal blog.