This year’s WordCamp Phoenix schedule is packed with talented and decorated speakers! We’ve got two full days of sessions spanning the arenas of marketing, development, design and more!
You can check out the schedules for both days here:
An earnest thank you again to all who applied to speak! We did our best to have a diversity of ideas and speakers, fitting in as many as possible.
We’re delighted to announce Chris Klosowski will keynote WordCamp Phoenix this year! Chris is the Co-Lead Developer of Easy Digital Downloads, Founder of Post Promoter Pro, an active member of the Arizona WordPress community and a WordPress core contributor.
Chris has a wealth of knowledge on code development, team management, entrepreneurship and WordPress, as well as a passion for sharing his time and skills. He’s a great speaker and we’re proud to invite him our stage — we’re sure you’ll be inspired.
You can find Chris on Twitter or Instagram, as well as his upcoming presentation at the Northwest Valley WordPress Meetup on Tuesday.
Announcing the second round of amazing speakers generously sharing their knowledge on October 1st and 2nd. Stay tuned as schedule announcements are imminent!
- Giselle Aguiar
- Ward Andrews
- Joshua Brown
- Ruth Carter, Esq.
- Josh Eichorn
- Neill Feather
- Andy Fragen
- April Holle
- Brian Murphy
- Cody Landefeld
- Adam Silver
- Adam Sink
- Greg Taylor
- Alex Vasquez
- Calie Waterhouse
- Andrew Woods
Check out the first speaker announcement if you missed it and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for all of the latest on #WCPHX.
Featured Photo: Visit Phoenix
We’re excited to announce our first round of speakers that will be sharing their knowledge at WordCamp Phoenix 2016! Please join me in welcoming this first group — the schedule and even more speaker announcements are on the way soon so stay tuned!
- Matt Adams
- Mary Baum
- Scott Buscemi
- Betsy Cohen
- Perri Collins
- Emanuel Costa
- Matthew Dorman
- Ashten Fizer
- Trevor Freeman
- John Gough
- Jarrett Gucci
- Dallin Harris
- Stacey Harris
- Cory Jenkins
- Mike Jones
- Brandy Lawson
- Tanya Moushi
- Ash Rhodes
I’d like to take a moment and mention how incredibly impressed I was at the response to our call for speakers. Thank you to all those who submitted!
Featured Photo: Visit Phoenix
We’ll be announcing speakers and the WordCamp schedule in the coming weeks, but this morning we’re thrilled to announce the afterparty following Saturday sessions will be held at Phoenix Public Market!
A few blocks north of the Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix Public Market Café is a local staple serving terrific, scratch-made food and refreshing drinks sourced from local vendors. They’re outstanding members of the local community, hosting farmers markets, food truck festivals and supporting local food startups.
We’re excited to have such an awesome venue to celebrate with you all!
WordCamp Phoenix tickets are now on sale!
Tickets are $40 thanks to generous donations from local and global sponsors (which is another option for purchasing tickets and simultaneously giving back).
A ton is included in the ticket price — for only $20 / day — and that’s not considering Saturday’s lunch, included snacks on Saturday and Sunday, WordCamp Phoenix swag and an awesome afterparty.
Don’t wait, procrastinators! 500 tickets are available and this event will sell out!
The WordPress community is remarkably generous and talented. Many devote significant energies to make WordCamps incredible events for learning, networking and celebrating a passion for web publishing!
As WordCamp Phoenix rises from the ashes, it’s going to take a village.
This is your invitation — consider yourself asked: we need dependable hands to help WordCamp Phoenix take flight!
Our volunteers will:
- Get an inside look at the planning stages of the conference.
- Be an essential pillar of the event weekend.
- Be on the ground, meeting WordCamp attendees from all over the world.
- Receive exclusive, volunteer-only swag.
- Have the immense appreciation of attendees and organizers!
We’ll do our best to fit the task to the person and make sure everyone can enjoy the WordCamp as well.
Tasks you may find yourself doing:
- Event check-in and welcoming.
- Swag bag assembly.
- Coordinating lunchtime, small crowds and providing directions.
- Assisting speakers and running microphones for Q&A sessions.
We are looking for people who are enthusiastic, organized, energetic and who love WordPress.
What Should I Expect?
An early Saturday — arrive by 7:30 AM local on Saturday Oct. 1. If you’re free the Friday before (or more), let us know in the application.
We are unable to cover expenses for volunteers, which means that if you want to get involved, you will need to cover the costs of traveling to and staying in Phoenix.
How do I sign up?
The volunteer application is closed.