I have over 10 years of WordPress experience, including developing themes and complex plugins. I am a WordPress community organizer and WordCamp speaker. I am looking for a full-time, remote, back end and front end WordPress developer position.
Wide Eye is a design and digital strategy agency that specializes in building WordPress sites for progressive causes and campaigns. In addition to building several sites and providing support for our clients, I have made major security and accessibility improvements to the theme we use as the basis for all of our projects.
Pressable, a managed WordPress host, has a Concierge team that works closely with Automattic's Special Projects team to build custom WordPress sites for high-profile organizations and individuals as a way of boosting WordPress. Most of our clients migrated to WordPress from another platform, so dealing with weird migrations was part of the daily routine. I wrote custom themes, customized existing themes, troubleshooted migrations, and maintained sites.
Range is a WordPress design and development agency. As a member of Range's development team, I worked closely with clients to identify their needs and the best solutions, developed themes and plugins, marketed plugin products, and provided technical support for plugins.
Tech for Campaigns is an organization that matches tech-savvy volunteers with Democratic candidates for various offices throughout the US. Last year, I helped build a website for Hala Ayala, who ran for the House of Delegates in Virginia and unseated a Republican incumbent who ran a blatantly racist campaign. I am currently working on building a WordPress theme with accompanying Gutenberg blocks that will be the basis for all of the WordPress sites that TFC builds over the next few years.
WP Stagecoach lets you create a staging copy of your WordPress site with one click, and import changes back to your live site. In its early stages, I did the front-end development, marketing, and support. Now I have a project management role.
I started out by helping organize WordCamp Seattle 2014. I was the lead organizer for WordCamp Seattle 2015, and that year I also took over as the lead organizer for the Seattle WordPress Meetup group. In 2017, I moved to Bellingham, WA, and have been the lead organizer for the Bellingham WordPress Meetup group ever since. As an introvert, I find community organizing exhausting, but it is really rewarding to see people come together and learn. The friendly community is one of WordPress's major strengths.
WP Alchemists is a WordPress development agency and managed WordPress hosting provider. I am the founder and lead developer, and I have hired and managed other developers to help with large projects. Under WP Alchemists, I have developed well over 100 WordPress themes and over a dozen plugins.
Chamber Dashboard is a series of plugins designed to meet the needs of chambers of commerce. These plugins allow chambers to display a business directory on their website, display an event calendar and sell event tickets, collect membership payments, and track members' activities. I worked closely with chambers of commerce to develop these plugins to suit their needs.
OMSB is a searchable database of modern editions of medieval primary sources, built in PHP and MySQL. I am the main developer. I also help edit the content and make policy decisions, as well as advise the Medieval Studies Department at Fordham on matters relating to WordPress and their internet presence.
I taught two upper-level history courses: History of England, 1066-1485 and History of Late Medieval Europe
I taught a Freshman survey course: European History from the Enlightenment to the Present. I performed various administrative duties for the Medieval Studies and American Studies departments, including the maintenance of several websites.
I designed and created the museum's first website. I also gave tours of the museum, oversaw volunteers, and conserved documents and artifacts.
Dissertation topic: "The Manuscript Context of Medieval Welsh Prophecies"
Thesis topic: "The Word Incarnate and the Textual Authority of Women"