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WPCampus Board of Directors Adds Two New Members

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Help us welcome Nathan Wallace and Kevin Shoffner to the Board of Directors.

WPCampus is excited to announce the latest additions to our board of directors. Kevin Shoffner and Nathan Wallace have both joined the board and we welcome their contributions to our organization. Kevin Shoffner joins the board as an at-large board member, and will serve a 2 year term. Nathan Wallace has been appointed the new Director of Events, and will lead the newly formed Events Committee. One of his first tasks as director of events will be organizing the upcoming WPCampus 2024 conference at Georgetown University, from July 31 to August 2.
Last year, the creation of the WPCampus Board of Directors marked a significant milestone in our journey, reflecting our commitment to fostering leadership in the WordPress and higher-ed community.

"Joining the WPCampus board as the Director of Events offers a unique opportunity to contribute back to the WordPress community. I am excited to collaborate with the team and our volunteers to deliver an exceptional conference experience. Hoya Saxa!"
Nathan Wallace

“I'm thrilled to join the WPCampus board because it presents an incredible opportunity to blend my passion for WordPress. Being part of this dynamic community allows me to contribute to the collaboration and innovation within the WordPress ecosystem to higher education and non-profit sectors.”
Kevin Shoffner

There are multiple positions and volunteer opportunities in the WPCampus organization. One committee that is looking for new members is the Events Committee which will plan, organize logistics, curate content, and more. These roles are essential in creating a dynamic and rewarding conference experience for all attendees. For those interested in contributing their skills and vision to WPCampus 2024 or our other committees, please visit our Jobs Board for more information on how to get involved.

David Dashifen Kees

  • Senior Full Stack Developer, Georgetown University

By day, David Dashifen Kees is a mild-mannered programmer living in Virginia working for the Web Services unit within Georgetown University's Information Services department. By night ... they're pretty much the same thing except asleep. Programming since the sixth grade, Dash has been writing web applications in academia since 1998 and evangelizing WordPress since 2010. They use two spaces after a period, refuse to follow the WP coding standards, and you can pry the Oxford comma from their cold, dead hands.

Pronouns: they/them

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