Fourth Round of Speakers!

Our fourth round of speakers! Only one more round left after this! See all the other speakers on our speaker page.

Sarrah Vesselov

Sarrah Vesselov is the Creative Director for NRS, also freelancing in the areas of web design, PPC Marketing, SEO, and media project management. She has taught classes in WordPress, HTML, CSS, and Internet Marketing at several local colleges over the past 5 years. Sarrah has also served as a Mentoring Lead for SIGGRAPH, Production Coordinator for Evolve CG, and is currently the Project Manager for Women Who Code Tampa.

Willie Jackson

Willie Jackson is an artist, engineer, marketer, and writer who serves as the Director of Web Optimization at W3 EDGE, a Boston based interactive web development and marketing agency. In this role, he supports users of products such as W3 Total Cache, a popular web performance framework for WordPress.

Prior to W3 EDGE, Willie served as the CTO of The Domino Project, a publishing company in New York City started by bestselling author and marketing guru Seth Godin, and powered by Amazon. In its year-long lifecycle, The Domino Project published twelve books, all of which became bestsellers, and redefined the way books are created, published, and shared.

David Laietta

David is a website developer, and founder of Orange Blossom Media, a company that builds custom themes and plugins for WordPress. He teaches frequently, and does numerous one on one lectures, small group presentations, and provides his training in a professional capacity for organizations looking to train their users.

He has donated his time to a variety of groups over the past few years and teaches basic programming courses at a local college. David is also the lead organizer of the WordPress Orlando Meetup, as well as WordCamp Orlando.

Lisa Melegari

I’ve been creating content before the Internet was “a thing”! After a misguided master’s degree in video game production (seriously), I found my true calling – Internet content marketing. I’ve been with We Do Web Content, Inc. for almost 5 years now and have had the pleasure of taking on such roles as content writer, topic and keyword curator, social media manager, local business listing optimizer, and in-office chef. I work remotely from home with my 4 cats and when I’m not making the Internet a better place, I’m cooking tasty things or playing video games.

Chris Jenkins

Chris Jenkins has spent more than 15 years in the technology industry, both as a programmer/analyst, and as a project manager for both public and private sector development. He spent five years in private practice as a WordPress application developer before accepting the role of Chief Architect at In his current role, he leads development in both .Net and WordPress based applications which provide business intelligence functions to companies impacted by the ACA. When he feels like it, he blogs about WordPress, social media, and other internet ramblings.