WordCamp Montreal is a community-run event that includes as many people as possible in our decisions, however the core responsibilities tend to fall in the hands of a few key organizers who make sure that all the work gets done.
WordCamp Montréal 2014 Organizers
Carl Alexander is a PHP developer that loves learning about advanced technology topics. Besides helping with WordCamp Montreal, he organizes the other WordPress events during the rest of the year. His other interests lie with nutrition and sports science, weight training and, most importantly, video games.
Richard loves the web and really loves WordPress. After attending his first WordCamp Montreal in 2010, he was hooked! Now a Happiness Engineer with Automattic, Richard wants to help spread the WordPress goodness to anyone else who’s interested in the web. When he’s not tinkering with his sites, he loves going to Mexico to eat spicy tacos and ride around on the metro!
Jeremy Clarke is a PHP, HTML, CSS and WordPress hacker from Montreal. He loves his job working on the nonprofit citizen media site Global Voices, where he manages dozens of WordPress sites, blogs, plugins, themes and a couple of bitchy Linux servers. He has a communications degree from Concordia University, but is mostly a self-taught web developer.
3D Printing wizard, coding beginner and WordPress enthusiast, Alex Ruaux is the Volunteer coordinator for WordCampMtl. She works as a freelance web designer and 3D printing consultant. She is also a co-organizer of the Montreal Mini Maker Faire and when not at her computer, can be found out and about enjoying the city. @molecularcode
Shannon Smith is the founder of Café Noir Design, a boutique Montreal web design and development studio specializing in bilingual web design. She supports open source software, and sustainable business practices. She speaks often and blogs at Chroni.ca.
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We would like to thank some special helpers who made important contributions to WordCamp Montreal 2014.
We’d also like to thank the organizers of previous editions of WordCamp Montreal for their hard work.