One of my favorite things to do is share the things that I’m learning. I also love to travel under the guise of attending conferences. I get to meet new people, catch up with old friends, and have the kind of conversations that get me thinking about things in a totally different light.
I focus most of my talks on managing a personal business, as well as ways to improve or democratize the sharing of content. I am grateful to be able to successfully run my own business, and do what I can to share that skill with others. I also think that everyone should have the opportunity to share their work on the open web, outside of the walled gardens that most social media sites have become.
david wolfpaw (they/them) is a professional web developer focused on WordPress theme and plugin development. They emphasize helping small businesses, providing ongoing maintenance and support, and educating users through their service FixUpFox.
I am available for comment and quotes if you are reporting on an area where I have domain expertise. This includes WordPress, Mastodon, and LGBTQIA+ issues on the web. Please contact me with details about your request and links to previous reporting.
- Twitter exodus: Is Mastodon a safer alternative for LGBTQ+ users? – Lucy Middleton, Openly News
- Can Mastodon be a Twitter refuge for marginalized groups? – Sean Captain, Fast Company
I am available to chat about the web on your podcast. Below are a few of the past appearances that I’ve made on podcasts focused on WordPress.
- WP Tavern Jukebox – Mike Demo, Tracy Apps and david wolfpaw on LGBTQ and WordPress – January 2023
- In The Loop with Megan and Cory – May 2021
- WPAMA with Allie Nimmons – January 2021
- WPCoffeeTalk with Michelle Ames – March 2020
Want me to speak at your event?
I love to share knowledge! I’m open to speaking at new events and you can contact me with more information. Please ensure that your event has a published code of conduct!
I don't currently have any announced upcoming presentations announced. If you want to help me change that, contact me!
Below is an incomplete list of the lightning talks, lectures, panels, workshops, and QA sessions that I've done. I don't generally list Meetup presentations here.