03-29, 12:00–12:15 (US/Pacific), Room 2
As we always say "It is always better together" and within the Atlassian Ecosystem that statement has real value and it is right on target. I believe that Atlassian team members, users and partners could collaborate to truly unleash the power of each team member.
As we always say "It is always better together" and within the Atlassian Ecosystem that statement has real value and it is right on target. I believe that Atlassian team members, users, and partners could collaborate to truly unleash the power of each team member.
As a user, community leader and "Atlassian fan" I think all of us can maximize the experience of any member of the Atlassian ecosystem, from an employee to an applications developer to the end-user. It is all about collaboration, balancing our interest with other participants' interest and passion. This particular event is the perfect example of a community that thrive together. During my presentation, I will share some tips on how to increase our footprint in the online Atlassian Community, Community Events and Company User Groups.
Passion for collaboration tools that empower remote and collocated team members. Continually exploring and implementing new technologies and methodologies to foster collaboration. Interested in team members' interaction as well as customer and partner relationship growth.
Enthusiastic Program/Product Manager and certified Project Manager Professional (PMP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Certified Trade Show Marketer (CTSM), Atlassian Community Leader and member of the Atlassian Community Advisory Board.
Currently managing the DSS, Inc. commercial PMO, Chairman of the DSS Atlassian Steering Committee and active member of the global Atlassian Community. Dedicated to nurturing collaboration on the Open Source community focused on Electronic Health Records based on the system designed to assist US Veterans. Recipient of multiple awards from Atlassian and Open Source EHR Community.
Involved in product development, program and project management of the OS System implemented in more than 50 Hospitals and 500 clinics on the states of Texas, New York, Tennessee, West Virginia, North Caroline, Idaho, and Oklahoma.
Participated in business development in Mexico and South America and organized and executed international trade shows and symposiums in Argentina for more than 8,000 attendees. Founded 5 Atlassian User Groups (2 in Argentina and 3 in the USA, currently running two of them). Recent recipient of the Atlassian Community Award "Exceeding Everest" for community contributions and for volunteering with the organization Warfighter Made that assists disabled and wounded veterans.