As Kanopi's community ambassador, AmyJune keeps the team connected to the open-source communities of both WordPress and Drupal. She trains, presents, volunteers, and collaborates at camps and conferences across North America, while representing the Kanopi brand wherever she goes.
She brings tremendous community participation and leadership experience to the Kanopi team, including co-organizing a11ytalks and contribution days, organizing FloridaDrupal Camp, BADCamp, DrupalCamp Asheville, DrupalCamp NYC, and MidCamp. She works with the Drupal Community Working Group's community health team writing articles about community resources. Lowering the barriers to entry is her main passion, as she mentors new contributors and leads speaker diversity workshops.
As a QA Engineer, AmyJune watches over the details of the final website experience, making sure that sites are consistent and usable by everyone, everywhere. She specializes in testing for accessibility, and ensuring that site design and functionality work and display as expected, every time, with each deployment, and for all use cases.
In addition to her work on polishing websites and building community connections, AmyJune is an avid geocacher and noted Volkswagen enthusiast.
Armstrong Grove in Sonoma County
Did you know?
AmyJune is a mycologist who is fascinated by fungi.