Adam is a Senior Engineer - Collaboration for the LDS Church. He has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer for 14 years and has been focusing on SharePoint technologies for the past 6 years.
Benjamin Niaulin works as a SharePoint Specialist at GSoft, a Montreal-based software development firm specialized in Microsoft technologies. Passionate about SharePoint, Benjamin has been helping people around the globe reaching their goals by simplifying SharePoint solutions. With his Microsoft Certified Trainer certification and over 5 years of Training and Speaking experience, he has acquired the skills needed to help everyone understand and use SharePoint. Author of Brand SharePoint series on nothingbutsharepoint has been working on helping people re-experience SharePoint without coding for a while and loves to share his experience.More
Brent Tenney is currently a SharePoint Consultant at JourneyTEAM and a Microsoft Certified SharePoint Instructor at ExecuTrain of Utah. Brent has been working with SharePoint for 7 and enjoys working with companies to use SharePoint as a solution to meet different business needs.
Christian Buckley is a SharePoint MVP, an internationally recognized author and speaker, and Director of Product Evangelism for Axceler, where he drives product awareness and both partner and community development. He previously worked at Microsoft as part of the enterprise hosted SharePoint platform team (now part of Office365), and led an engineering team in advertising operations. Prior to Microsoft, Christian was managing director of a regional consulting firm in the San Francisco East Bay, started and sold two technology startups, and worked with some of the world’s largest hi-tech and manufacturing companies to build and deploy collaboration and supply chain solutions. He is co-author of ‘Creating and Implementing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Real-World Projects’ (MSPress), three books on software configuration management and defect tracking, and can be found online at www.buckleyplanet.com
Mr. Johnson is a senior Architect and Project Manager with Marquam Group. He specializes in SharePoint Project Management, Enterprise Portals and Document
Management. Mr. Johnson has managed numerous large scale implementations of SharePoint and has over 15 years of experience in technology services.
Darin is a Lead SharePoint Developer for the LDS Church. He recently moved to the area from Philadelphia to help the LDS Church with its SharePoint portal.
In between searching the planet high and low for the best skiing conditions, deepest powder and crazy ‘steeps’, Eric Harlan spends most of his time in the technology field.
Eric has been in the I.T. industry for ten years, and heavily involved with SharePoint for six years. Starting from a developer role, Eric has moved on to a more architectural role with a focus on configuration and server implementation
Never forgetting his developer roots, he still jumps in when needed to pick up the slack on custom dev needs. As PFE for Microsoft Eric is on the ground to plan and initiate and troubleshoot SharePoint engagements and guide them to fruition.More
Erica Toelle is a seasoned business analyst and has been working with SharePoint since 2004. Erica has spent much of that time focused on Organizational Change Management (OCM) project roles and was among the first in the industry to customize OCM methodologies to be more appropriate for the fast-paced nature of SharePoint implementations. Erica enjoys helping customers take their initial deployment through to enterprise-wide adoption so they get the most value out of their software investment.
Ian is a SharePoint Developer who is passionate about creating innovative solutions for today's challenges. As the founder of Renaissance Information Services, a consulting and training company, Ian has provided consulting to Fortune 500 companies, multi-nationals, non-profits and developed training for governmental organizations, small businesses and individuals.More
Ivan Sanders is an independent consultant with more than 15 years of broad-based hands-on experience with the design and development of mission-critical applications and innovative information management strategies in the enterprise deployment of Microsoft products, and delivering nothing but Microsoft SharePoint solutions since 2004. Ivan is active in the SharePoint Community through the MSDN and TechNet forums, TechEd and PDC Birds of a Feather, SharePoint Saturdays, SharePoint ShopTalk, SharePoint Intelligence Conference, SharePointConnections, INETA, GITCA, and Local Southern California User Groups. Ivan can be found bi-weekly on SharePoint ShopTalk or http://twitter.com/iasanders
, https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Ivan.Sanders http://msmvps.com/blog/ivansanders
Joel is a social media strategist, collaboration visionary and SharePoint evangelist. At a very large non profit Joel is guiding the strategy of the Collaboration group driving the global vision and adoption. He recently left Quest software where he flew around the globe speaking at conferences in over 50 countries across 6 continents forming user groups and strengthening the global SharePoint community for 2.5 years. Joel previously worked at Microsoft as a senior technical product manager for IT professionals around SharePoint. He designed the first Microsoft Intranet global deployment of SharePoint, as well as the extranet collaboration and hosted SharePoint deployments at Microsoft. Leading up through the release of SharePoint 2007, Joel helped guide analysts and various customers get the guidance, critical governance information and best practices they needed to upgrade and achieve scale.
Josef is a Sr. Principal Architect at Intermountain Technology Group, and President of the Utah SharePoint User Group.
Josh was born and raised in the fertile Willamette Valley in Oregon, studied Sociology in college and currently works as an operational engineer. In his free time he loves to write novels (if you're interested, you can read some samples at allenwritesthis.com), play video games, hike and hang out with his wife (not necessarily in that order).
Keith Rimington has five years of experience customizing SharePoint 2010 and 2007 for corporate intranets in the aerospace, healthcare, and pharmaceutical industries.More
I am a SharePoint developer who’s career has always focused on digitizing various business processes using SharePoint. I have been developing for a number of years in both Arizona as well as Utah. Currently, I am a business process developer on the SharePoint Apps team for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a global non-for-profit organization with millions of members world wide.
Kevin McMillen is the Founder and President of two successful Microsoft Solution Providers: RyanTech and SPSUTAH Gold Sponsor, Microsoft Cloud Services. He is also the Founder of the IAMCP Utah Chapter and works very closely with the Microsoft Partner Network as an evangelist and blogger as well as special programs implementer.More
Liam Cleary is a passionate individual who is excited about technology. Over 13 years ago he started his IT Career as an IT Trainer, became a Software Developer, looked after Servers, Firewall, Security and Network Design and Architecture, Consultant for SharePoint, a Principal Consultant for .NET Development and Collaboration and now works as a Solution Architect for SusQtech in Virginia working primarily with Non-Profits and Associations. His core focus as a Solution Architect is to ensure that SharePoint can either natively or with minimal customization meet the business requirement. Liam is also a five time SharePoint MVP focused on Architecture but also crosses the boundary into Development. He is passionate about all aspects of the SharePoint platform and loves to share the good word. He can often be found at user groups or conferences speaking, offering advice or just spending time in the community.
Noah Sparks is an online community igniter focused on stewarding technology to craft high trust creation spaces. Approaching technology from a social perspective, Noah cultivates meaningful conversations and relationships, rich in tacit knowledge. He is currently the collaboration product manager for the LDS Church and has a bad habit of trying to level up on Nike+! @noahsparksMore
Norm Warren contributes to Ancestry.com’s SharePoint deployment as an analyst, administrator, and adoption ninja. He was a writer for PerformancePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Server 2010, at Microsoft and has written articles for the information worker, IT Pro, and SQL Server® BI developer audiences. He has a Master's degree in computer information technology and has earned his MBA with an emphasis in financial accounting. He is also a member of The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI).
Owen has spent nearly two decades focused on content management software and solutions as a developer, product manager, sales engineer and consultant is currently Pingar’s vice president of solutions. He spent eight years at Microsoft working with SharePoint as a technology specialist and a SharePoint senior product manager. In 2010, Owen founded SharePoint Directions LLC, a consulting organization for SharePoint-oriented software companies. Owen is a founding board member of the Puget Sound SharePoint User Group.
Owen’s conference speaker experience includes Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, SharePoint TechCon, SharePoint Connections, the Harvey Spencer Document Capture Conference, AIIM Expo/Info360, and several SharePoint Saturday conferences.More
After an introduction to SharePoint of “give me column-level security,” Paul Ewert has worn many SharePoint hats over the past five years. He is presently the Sr. SharePoint Engineer at Ancestry.com. A problem-solver at heart, Paul enjoys creating unique solutions to aid users and sharing the discoveries that make us all more productive.
Rick is a SharePoint architect and has assisted numerous, large companies in their implementations including the US Air Force, Charles Schwab, and Nestle. He is a published author, co-author, and contributing author. Rick worked for Microsoft on the Platform Engineering Team for BPOS, and is now a Senior Technical Architect for Perficient. Rick is based in Phoenix, AZ and is an avid Triathlete (Clydesdale class), enjoys playing chess and is active in the Boy Scouts of America
Ron is a SharePoint Solution Architect for the LDS Church, and has been working with the SharePoint platform for 5 years. He specializes in Workflow and Collaboration Projects using SharePoint, but prior experience includes 16 years of working with Lotus Notes. His background includes aerospace, manufacturing, finance, mortgage, point of sale, health care, and hsa markets.More
President and founder of Intermountain Technology Group. Has been involved in many successful enterprise SharePoint applications. Specialized in Intranet solutions and Document Management Solutions.More
Ryan McIntyre is the Practice Director at Neudesic for portals and collaboration, including the SharePoint platform. He has been involved in delivering SharePoint solutions since the beta version of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS 2007) and holds Microsoft Professional certifications in both SharePoint 2010 Configuration and SharePoint 2010 Application Development.
Ryan Schouten has been working with SharePoint since January of 2007. He has had experience with all versions of SharePoint from 2003 to 2013. Ryan is a Microsoft Certified Professional SharePoint Developer and a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist for SharePoint Development. He loves working with SharePoint and spending time with his kids, not necessarily in that order.More
Steve began his career in SharePoint as a consultant and developer at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), creating highly customized environments. For the past 3 years, he has been a member of Axceler’s engineering and pre-sales team. He currently serves as the primary technical resource for Axceler’s worldwide sales force, ensuring the success of many enterprises every week. Follow him @IAmGoldberg to see his musings about the world of SharePoint. More
The partner/owner and solution architect of ShiftLogik, Vanessa Toves began her career as a Business Intelligence (BI) developer, specifically writing reports and building database solutions. She started using SharePoint when it was first released and has seen it grow and mature through the years. She spends a great deal of her time working with customers to help them realize a vision of how and where SharePoint can be used as a solution within their organization.
Mr. Carroll has run High Monkey Consulting over the past decade and is instrumental in HMC’s three practice areas: Collaboration, User Experience and Interface Design / Development. Mr. Carroll has 10+ years working with Microsoft technologies and is currently pursuing his 2nd Master’s Degree in Human Computer Interactions. Mr. Carroll is currently an MCT and MCTS in SharePoint and speaks all around the world on collaborative topics. Bringing a wealth of knowledge and a level of enthusiasm that would infect any audience, Mr. Carroll will use his sense of humor and storytelling ability to engage audiences while providing them with practical advice on collaborative best practices. Mr. Carroll has been speaking locally and nationally for over 15 years.
In the recent past Virgil was a presenter at the SharePoint 2008 conference as well as SharePoint Best Practices conferences in Washington DC, San Diego, California and London, England as he continues to spread the important message of keeping business first.More