Ipswich, United Kingdom
I live in the UK, and have been involved with the Joomla community since 2009. I've previously been involved in the JoomlaDay UK team and served for three years on the Community Leadership Team.
|Team||Position||Role||Date Started||Date Ended|
|Community Leadership Team||Member||Mar 2013||Jul 2016|
|Bug Squad||Member||Nov 2014||Nov 2016|
|Conflict Resolution Team||Team Leader||May 2015||Aug 2016|
|Joomla! Optimisation Team||Member||Apr 2016||Jul 2016|
|JUG Directory Working Group||Member||Feb 2015||May 2016|
|JUG Outreach Team||Member||Dec 2015||Jul 2016|
|Marketing Team||Member||Nov 2014||Jul 2016|
|Structure Team||Member||CLT Liason||May 2014||Aug 2014|
|SWOT Analysis Team||Aug 2014||Dec 2015|
|User Groups Team||CLT Liaison||Jan 2012||Jul 2016|
I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2006 and found myself working in temporary IT jobs - one of which required me to create a website. Once I made the website the list of requirements kept growing, and I started looking for a system I could build on which already did most of that list. I tried other Open Source CMS' and settled on Joomla. I started making websites for other people and quickly learned the benefits of Joomla as a CMS, but also the immense support I received from the community. I started a Joomla User Group in my local area, and then got involved with running a JoomlaDay UK event. In 2013 I joined the Community Leadership Team, with my main role being to act as liaison for the Joomla User Group team and Marketing Working Group. I stepped down in 2016 and continue to use Joomla for personal and professional projects.
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