10 episodes

Women in WP is a bi-monthly podcast about women who blog, design, develop, and market in the WordPress community. We are excited to introduce you to women you may not have met before and learn how they’re using WordPress in their lives and businesses.

Women in WP | WordPress Podcast Amy Masson, Tracy Apps & Angela Bowman

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Women in WP is a bi-monthly podcast about women who blog, design, develop, and market in the WordPress community. We are excited to introduce you to women you may not have met before and learn how they’re using WordPress in their lives and businesses.

    025: Becoming a Plugin Developer with Stephanie Wells of Formidable Forms

    025: Becoming a Plugin Developer with Stephanie Wells of Formidable Forms

    Stephanie Wells is the founder and CTO of Formidable Forms. She was a Registered Nurse, then became a self-taught developer when the first little bundle-of-joy came along in 2007. Now she is running a full-time business with several employees.







    About Stephanie Wells:
    Steph Wells is the founder and CTO of Formidable Forms. She was a Registered Nurse, then went self-taught developer when the first little bundle-of-joy came along in 2007.
    Find Stephanie Wells: Formidable Forms | Twitter

    • 48 min
    024: Accessibility and more with Monique Dubbelman

    024: Accessibility and more with Monique Dubbelman

    In episode 24 of Women in WP, we talk to Monique Dubbelman about the Dutch WordPress community, building a successful business, running meetups, website accessibility and more.







    This episode is sponsored by SandHills Development. They are currently in the market for a new Junior Developer and Application Support Specialist. Check out their website for more information on these two great opportunities at a great company.

    About Monique Dubbelman:
    Monique Dubbelman works as an independent UX designer and content strategist for her own company BOE!media since 2011. In 2016, she graduated from the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences as a bachelor in information management. Building user-friendly websites with WordPress is an important part of her work. When she’s not glued to her phone or computer, she likes to whisper to earthworms in her vegetable garden.
    Find Monique Dubbelman: BOE!media | Twitter |  LinkedIn

    • 42 min
    023: Building Diversity with Allie Nimmons

    023: Building Diversity with Allie Nimmons

    In this episode of Women in WP, we talk to Allie Nimmons about the parallels between acting and WordPress, teaching yourself to code, and building diversity within the WordPress Community.







    About Allie Nimmons:
    Allie Nimmons is a self-taught web designer and developer and has been working with WordPress since 2014. Currently, she provides tech support at GiveWP and travels with the GoDaddy Pro team as a speaker ambassador. Prior to that, she spent 3 years wearing all the hats at Pixel Glow Web Design. She is mildly obsessed with lists and wants to make the internet approachable and accessible to all.
    Find Allie Nimmons: GiveWP | Twitter

    • 44 min
    022: WordPress Brazil with Anyssa Ferreira

    022: WordPress Brazil with Anyssa Ferreira

    In episode 22 of Women in WP, we talk to Anyssa Ferreira about the WordPress Community in South America, WordPress education and teaching WordPress, and organizing WordCamps in South America.







    About Anyssa Ferreira:
    Brazilian, from the city of São Paulo. Graduated in Graphic Design by the SENAC University. 50% designer and 50% developer. Co-founder of Haste [note: “haste” it’s the portuguese word for “stem”], a WordPress development studio. Kim Parsell Scholarship winner in 2015. WordCamp São Paulo organizer since 2014.
    Find Anyssa Ferreira: Haste | Twitter | LinkedIn

    • 40 min
    021: The MacGyver of Mailchimp Amy Hall

    021: The MacGyver of Mailchimp Amy Hall

    In this episode of Women in WP, we talk to Amy Hall about MailChimp, marketing, and how age affects your space in the WordPress community.







    About Amy Hall:
    It’s not a surprise that Amy Hall is referred to as the MacGyver of MailChimp. For the last ten years, Amy has been taking content management out of the hands of business owners who are already juggling too many tasks. Not only is she a MailChimp Partner & Expert, but she builds WordPress websites, writes optimized content, and provides hands-on WordPress training to her clients.
    When it comes to speaking, Amy is a natural. After all, she taught blogging and WordPress at Mira Costa College. Amy is in her element when showing Meetups and WordPress users how to optimize their forms, perfect their lead generation, and make their WordPress sites perform.
    When she’s not training clients on how to best create their business funnel, she spends time with her husband, a minister in Carlsbad, takes her grandkids to museums, painting classes, and enjoying nature.
    Find Amy Hall: AmyHall.biz | Twitter | Facebook  | LinkedIn

    • 46 min
    020: Networking with Cami MacNamara

    020: Networking with Cami MacNamara

    In this episode of Women in WP, we talk about the evolution of working from home, how to network when you work from home, and the importance of “real” digital connections.







    About Cami MacNamara:
    Cami MacNamara, aka WebCami, has been designing websites since 2002 from her home office in Seattle, Washington. Her career started as a way to be a stay-at-home mom. Certification soon followed and persistence paid off. Cami has designed over 400 websites and wants to share what she has learned along the way.
    Find Cami MacNamara: WebCami Site Design | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

Mo mo jo9 ,

Well done!

If you know WP, this is for you. Nice to hear from some women in the field too.

yvejr ,

Pretty good variety

I enjoy hearing the stories and how the guests are using WordPress. Having a podcast about women in WP is a good way to spotlight a lot of us. I’d definitely like to hear from more younger women to balance out the veterans, as well as some theme or plug-in developers since so far we have heard from a lot of business, design, and blogging.

jgamet ,

Great hosts, interesting interviews

The show hosts all clearly know their WordPress stuff, and they have a great chemistry. Getting to learn how their guests got into the WordPress scene is really interesting. It’s also great how the show isn’t just another “Here’s the latest update and plug-in roundup.” I’m looking forward to more episodes!

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