Adam Solzsmon is currently a Practice Consultant with Ascendum Solutions in Blue Ash, Ohio
Adam Solzsmon has been a working with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 as well as SharePoint 2010 products for multiple clients in the heartland district for over 3 years. Adam worked as a full time SharePoint Administrator/Educator for a Fortune 500 meidical products and equipment supplier with one of the 10 largest SharePoint installations in the Eastern United States. Adam has also been and is currently a consultant who has experience working closely with client users to gather requirements, make recommendations and build out solutions based on their needs.
Adam is passionate about enhancing user experiences by utilizing the rich features that SharePoint provides out of the box. He is an avid advocator and educator of SharePoint technologies and has taught/trained over 2000 business users throughout his career.
Becky Isserman has been a SharePoint Developer, since 2005 when she attended the Portal University with Levi, Ray, and Shoup in Springfield, IL. She is a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer in SharePoint Server 2010 (MCPD), a SharePoint Server MVP in 2011, and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). She has been a web designer/developer since she was 15 years old notepad coding HTML 3.0 websites. She enjoys working with SharePoint, because she can perform the roles of administrator, developer, designer, and architect. She has presented at several conferences, code camps, user groups, and SharePoint Saturdays in the past three years. She currently works for Planet Technologies. She lives with her cat, Gambit, and her boyfriend, Johnny. If you would like to contact her you can e-mail her at email@example.com
or fill out the contact form at her blog http://www.mosslover.com
Bill has worked with every version of SharePoint dating back to the free Digital Dashboard download in the mid 90s. His experiences have covered a wide range of activities, including custom development, portal architecture, deployment and administration. His current interests include mobile and Silverlight experiences in SharePoint, composite solutions and tool development to support custom applications.
Author of "Mastering Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010", a followup to her successful "Mastering Windows SharePoint Services 3.0" book, CA Callahan is a frequent speaker at industry events, such as Windows Connections and various SharePoint Saturdays. Callahan has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer for over a decade, and is the owner of CallahanTech, a training and technical writing company specializing in custom courses and material, both online and in-person. In 2009 and again in 2010, Callahan was awarded the SharePoint Services MVP for her contributions to the community. You can reach her online at http://servergrrl.blogspot.com
or on Twitter at @cacallahan. She also has a Facebook group to interface with attendees and readers concerning past and upcoming events, both in-person and online, at: http://www.facebook.com/groups/callahanSPF
Chris Hopkins is a Senior Consultant with the US Services, Premier ISV team based at Microsoft. Chris' expertise focuses in on the areas of .NET application development, SharePoint 2010 development, as well as Visio and Visio Services development.
Chris Maiers is a SharePoint novice making his way through the SharePoint Universe. He is an Intranet Applications Administrator at Heartland Financial USA, Inc., in Dubuque Iowa. Heartland Financial is a multi-bank holding company with over 70 locations. His current position includes wearing multiple hats as a SharePoint administrator, designer, project manager, business analyst, solution architect and more.
Herman is business analyst by trade with experience in manufacturing and mobile development. He’s been part of Aculocity’s dynamic consulting team for the past 3 years specializing in business process reengineering and custom Microsoft .NET system implementation.
Herman is certified in Prince 2 and he’s also a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in SharePoint Server 2010 configuration.
Jaime R. Velez is the CEO/Founder and Principal Consultant of WEBFORCE1, a Microsoft Cloud Practice delivering Office 365 and SharePoint-based solutions to the SMB market. Prior to launching WEBFORCE1, Mr. Velez spent five years at Microsoft in various roles focused on delivering SharePoint and BPOS (now known as Office 365) solutions to enterprise customers throughout the U.S. In his previous role as a SharePoint Architect with Microsoft Jaime was responsible for helping large enterprise customers migrate their on-premise SharePoint content & solutions to the cloud and for overseeing their successful deployments. Jaime is a true IT professional with over 20 years of experience and has worked exclusively with SharePoint Products & Technologies over the past 8 years.
Jeff Willinger is the Director of Social Computing at Rightpoint, specializing in corporate intranets and portals and increasing employee engagement inside the four walls. A true character with character, he fuses the gift of communications with the acumen of strategic and creative thinking. With experience spanning more than two decades, Jeff possesses expertise in social computing, collaboration and all things social media. He has the ability to link IT solutions to business value by creating transformational value propositions. His team works with clients to apply emerging and innovation solutions to enhance internal and external communications using SharePoint. He is a frequent speaker throughout the world and leads Rightpoint’s new media and SharePoint practice specializing in branding within the four walls and outside the four walls.
Jennifer Mason has dedicated the last seven years to working with SharePoint. She started out as an intern focused on SharePoint and eventually began working as a full-time SharePoint consultant. She is currently working as a Senior SharePoint Consultant with the team at SharePoint 911. Her focus has been on strategy, project planning, project management, governance, and best practices for implementing business solutions using SharePoint Technologies. She has worked with a range of companies at different points in the lifecycles of their SharePoint implementation. She is passionate about SharePoint, and loves using the out of the box features to bring immediate ROI to the organization. Jennifer is involved in the SharePoint community and is one of the founding members of the Columbus Ohio SharePoint Users Group. You can learn more about Jennifer by viewing her blog: http://blogs.sharepoint911.com/blogs/jennifer
John is a SharePoint technologist with a view on SharePoint that it will someday take over the world and everyone will be assimilated. Working in technology for over 25 years and with SharePoint for 10 years, he recognizes the unique challenges with adoption, security, and business continuity of SharePoint and how Out-of-the-box doesn’t always work for customers.
John is a SharePoint IT Pro with over seven years of experience administering and supporting SharePoint technologies and has spent over thirteen years working in the information technology consulting industry. He co-authored the "SharePoint 2010 Disaster Recovery Guide" in September, 2010 (http://tinyurl.com/SPDR2010book
) and the “SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide” in January, 2009 (http://www.tinyurl.com/SPDRbook
). He is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) and a Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) for several Microsoft server products and platforms.
John Peluso is a Technology and Corporate Training professional with over 17 years of experience helping organizations understand how they can drive results and business productivity through an effective use of technology. He has consulted with technical and business decision makers at organizations of all sizes, and conducted SharePoint planning session workshops for clients considering new or upgraded SharePoint deployments, helping stakeholders understand all capabilities of the SharePoint product and identify key features to be leveraged in phased implementations.
Jonathan has been working with Microsoft based technologies for over 10 years and has been developing against SharePoint since v2 of the product was released. He especially enjoys exploring the composite nature of the SharePoint platform, asking questions like: “How far can we take the platform without customization and development?” and then following with, “How can we completely solve our problem using .NET/Silverlight/Office etc?” Jonathan holds certifications in Windows Server and SharePoint 2010 Development. When he isn’t tinkering around with SharePoint, Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and other things-nerd, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, and beating Shane at golf.
Jorge has been in business application systems development, deployment, and operation for more than 25 years. He has seen the industry come full circle from centralized computing, to the network, and now back to the cloud. He has held positions with companies such as IBM, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Thomas J. Lipton, and UPS, and has worked and/or lived on four continents. Prior to joining K2, Jorge held the post of senior manager at Aventis, where he served as global head for web systems development and supervised application development strategy. More recently, Jorge developed applications to integrate Goldmine with Salesforce.com using VS2010 and C#. Jorge is a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD-EAD) in .Net and C#. He earned a Master of Science degree in Technology Management from Stevens Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from St. Peter's College.More
Kevin Diday is a veteran in the Document Capture and Management industry. Over the past 14 years he has worked with end users and partners to design, develop, and deploy document capture and management technologies. Kevin is currently a Solution Sales Manager for the Kodak Document Imaging Division. He is considered a subject matter expert in document capture technologies and speaks monthly at trade shows and many other organization events.
Marcy Kellar is an experienced SharePoint consultant and User Experience designer. Marcy’s primary focus is on designing and implementing SharePoint Branding and User Interface solutions but also provides design strategy, usability testing and functional design consulting for web application development, mobile platform and digital marketing initiatives.
Marcy is co-author of Beginning SharePoint Designer 2010 (Wrox, October 2010) and teaches “Intro to User Centered Design”, “Usability Testing” as a New Media professor at the Art Institute of Indianapolis. Marcy is passionate about teaching others about design strategy and how to use SharePoint to be an effective and user-centered solution.
I’m a MCTS for SP2010 Development and also a MCITP/MCTS in Configuration for SP2010, MOSS, and WSS 3.0. I’ve been working with SharePoint since 2006, starting with SPS2003. It’s been tons of fun and greating seeing the product change over the years. I also write C#, however, I stick mainly in the SharePoint space for development.More
Matt Jimison is a Senior Consultant from Indianapolis, IN, that specializes in SharePoint 2010 Design and Development. His areas of focus include custom development inside Visual Studio, as well as utilizing out-of-the-box functionality. Matt has been involved in a variety of Intranet, Internet, and Extranet projects, and brings over 10 years of web development experience with an emphasis on user experience.
Mike Smith is currently a Senior Instructor at MAX Technical Training in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has worn many IT hats over the last thirty years as a business owner, developer, tech writer, trainer, DBA and consultant. He is a SharePoint MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and has 13 other MC* certifications. He specializes in SharePoint, SQL Server and .NET development and is a member of the Cincinnati SharePoint User Group leadership team. Mike has a new book: "SharePoint 2007 and 2010 Customization for the Site Owner."
Peter Serzo (MCSD .Net, MCP, MCTS) is a published author, an organizer of SharePoint Saturday Michigan, member of the SouthEastern SharePoint group, a speaker at conferences, and works for High Monkey Consulting as a SharePoint Architect. Peter has been in the IT industry for 20 years. He has extensive experience with SharePoint implementing solutions for several enterprise organizations over the past six years.
With his degree in English, Peter brings a fresh perspective to each engagement and the clients he represents. Each session he presents is told in story mode in order to engage and educate. You can follow Peter on twitter: pserzo or on his website at www.sharepointusermagic.com
Ricardo is a SharePoint Solutions Architect for Information Control Corporation (ICC). He has worked on SharePoint solutions in the public, non-profit, and private sector. He has also been heavily involved in the local SharePoint community, participating as a liaison for Ohio state agency SharePoint users, and giving talks and technical demonstrations at local user groups, non-profit agencies and nationally-broadcast online webinars. He's been a speaker at several SharePoint events, and was also a speaker at the 2011 National Black Data Processors Association Conference in Chicago on the topic of SharePoint as a business game-changer. You can find him online via Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/ricardo303
) or via his blog, http://www.sharepointcowbell.com
Rob spent 13 yrs at Microsoft in Redmond WA before relocating to beautiful Cleveland early last year. At MS, he worked primarily on Excel, designing many features of Excel 2003 and 2007. In his final act at MS, Rob joined the PowerPivot team and designed much of the PowerPivot platform. Today, Rob is CTO at Pivotstream, the world's leading adopter of PowerPivot. He also runs PowerPivotPro.com & PowerPivotFAQ.com, and consults/trains others on PowerPivot adoption.
Robert Bogue, MS MVP Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, MCITP:SharePoint Administrator, MCTS, MCT, MCSE, MCSA:Security, etc., has contributed to more than 100 book projects and numerous other publishing projects. Robert’s latest book is The SharePoint Shepherd’s Guide for End Users. You can find out more about the book at http://www.SharePointShepherd.com
. Robert blogs at http://www.thorprojects.com/blog
You can reach Robert at Rob.Bogue@thorprojects.com
Sean P. McDonough
Sean is a Product Manager for SharePoint Products at Idera, a Microsoft gold certified partner and creator of tools for SharePoint, SQL Server, and PowerShell. As a consultant, Sean has worked with a number of Fortune 500 companies to architect, implement, troubleshoot, tune, and customize their SharePoint environments. Sean is an MCPD, an MCTS, and the co-author of both the “SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide” (http://tinyurl.com/SPDRGuide2007
) and the “SharePoint 2010 Disaster Recovery Guide” (http://tinyurl.com/SPDRGuide2010
). He can be reached through his blog (http://SharePointInterface.com
) or Twitter (@spmcdonough).
Shane has over 14 years experience architecting and administering large-scale server farms using Microsoft enterprise technologies. For the past five years, he has been working exclusively with SharePoint Products and Technologies as a consultant and trainer. Shane has been recognized by Microsoft as an authority on SharePoint and is among an elite group of SharePoint Server MVP’s. He has architected SharePoint solutions for clients ranging from 20 to 50,000 users. Shane is a renowned speaker at national and international SharePoint conferences. He is also the author of several of the leading SharePoint 2007 and 2010 SharePoint Training courses. Shane also maintains a popular SharePoint Admin blog
Stacy Deere (MCITP) is the SharePoint Architect Practice Lead for the PCMS IT Advisor Group, a Cincinnati, OH based company that provides consulting services to the mid-market. Stacy is leading PCMS’ rapidly growing SharePoint practice where she engages in a wide range of consulting projects across various industries. With nearly 15 years of experience in the IT Industry, Stacy has mainly focused on Collaboration Solutions such as IBM’s Lotus Notes\Domino and Microsoft’s Messaging and Collaboration Solutions including deployments and SharePoint 2010 upgrades. Prior to joining PCMS, Stacy was a SharePoint Architect for Kroger where she led a team in the implementation of SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint’s integration into everyday work tasks to streamline and automate processes. Stacy is actively sharing her real world expertise through speaking at various Microsoft and User Group events.
Stephanie Donahue (MCITP) is a Senior Technology Consultant with PCMS IT Advisor Group in Cincinnati, Ohio. Stephanie has been with PCMS for 6 years and is actively engaged in SharePoint 2010 upgrades, deployments, and working with clients to build secure and productive collaboration environments. With nearly 12 years of IT experience, Stephanie was previously involved with domain migrations, application integrations and office server consolidations. Her certifications include MCITP for SharePoint 2010 and MCSE/MCSA Windows Server 2003. She is sharing her real world expertise through blogging and speaking at SharePoint user groups and events.
Tom Mullen is a SharePoint Practice Consultant at KnowledgeLake, focusing on SharePoint as your enterprise document imaging and capture solution. He has 18 years of experience with Document Management and Imaging technology, software development, and consulting to many organizations.
Tony Maddin is a Senior Practice Consultant with Ascendum Solutions in Blue Ash, Ohio.
Tony Maddin has been a technology specialist with 15 years of experience as a web developer, web administrator, web applications administrator, and 6 years as a SharePoint administrator. He has worked for United States Army (Airborne), Sinclair Community College Veteran's Affairs, PKWARE (PKZIP), the Air Force Institute of Technology and CareSource.
He continues serving on boards such as the University of Dayton MIS Advisory board, Dayton Technology First, and the Dayton Business Leader's and Mangers group.
Tony's passion lies with technology in general but pursues SharePoint administration with regard to installation, automation, workflows, power user items, disaster recovery, performance tuning, and working with various business entities to leverage SharePoint as a platform to meet business need and customer focused with quality results.
Tony is also the founder and co-owner of the Dayton SharePoint User Group (DAYSPUG).
Wes Preston is a SharePoint consultant and Microsoft MVP and owner of TrecStone (www.trecstone.com
). He works primarily as a SharePoint product specialist, Solution Designer and IT Pro – helping align business needs with the SharePoint platform and guiding organizations through the use of best practices. Wes has been a developer, consultant and technology evangelist for 15 yrs. He is one of the organizers and a frequent speaker at the Minnesota SharePoint User Group and SharePoint Saturday – Twin Cities. Wes maintains a blog at http://www.idubbs.com/blog