Are you having an event where you think I can add value for your members or participants? Cool. Let's talk.
Yes, I'm available for virtual public speaking and teaching opportunities, such as:
- podcasts - single and panel discussions
- virtual meetups - absolutely, I'll come to your meetup
- virtual webinars and workshops
- virtual conferences
Please note, that I very rarely ever travel due to family commitments. Therefore, your event will need to be virtual. For example, project me up on your screen at your local meetup. Bam, I'm there.
Interested? Reach out and let's bat around some ideas that will be impactful for your members or participants. Invite me via email at hello [ at ] hellofromtonya.com or on twitter @hellofromtonya.
Here are some of my past talks and workshops.
- Code Quality Makes Our Jobs Easier – on WPSessions June 12, 2018. Slides available here.
- Programming is Easy, Once You Master... – WordCamp Milwaukee 2016. Slides available here and article is here.
- Quality Code by Design – Genesis Camp presentation 2015
I Love Podcasts
I love podcasts as it's our opportunity to explore a topic and empower your listeners.
- Balancing Automation – on OfficeHours.fm with Carrie Dils
- WP Path to Pro Series Interview – by Judi Knight
- How to Be a Profitable WordPress Developer – on WP Tonic
- What is Over-Engineering a Solution & How Do You Stop It? – panel discussion on The WP Crowd - Episode 55
- Why We Love How The Internet Improved Teaching & Learning – panel discussion on The WP Crowd - Episode 54
- Building an Education Business – on StudioPress.fm
- Marketing Yourself & Business Tips for Developers – by Matt Medeiros of the Matt Report
- Meet Tonya – Interview – by Nick Davis of GenesisWP Guide
- My Secrets to Leveling Up - Tips on Adaptive Learning
- Tonya & the WP Developer’s Club, Episode 72 – by Carrie Dils on OfficeHours.FM – 2015