Agile Games Conference

Content Developer

As part of the Cengage Math and Statistics Content Development team, Spencer has worked on both print and digital product development of educational materials in the Higher Ed space. He is relatively new to Agile, and performs with two improv indie teams in Boston.

 
 
 

CX Design Director

Stacey Dyer is a designing, mentoring, and entrepreneurial renaissance woman. She is a design director at work, and an avid runner, designer, vocalist, painter, and writer for play. Wherever her feet may fall, Stacey strives to provide guidance and insight that reflects grit, gusto, and expertise.

Agile Coach

Mariya Breyter, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSP, ACI Agile Coach and Facilitator, is an IT management and project management professional with over eighteen-year experience ranging from government jobs to versatile corporate experience in healthcare, media, and education with a passion in leading enterprise-level agile adoptions and culture changes. She is a passionate agilist and an active member of New York City agile community. Mariya is also a contributor to a number of online resources on agile and project management topics, including her own Agile site

Founder of Blueshift Innovation

Jenny Tarwater is founder of Blueshift Innovation. She is a Project Management and Agile enthusiast who specializes in coaching and training agile teams in Scrum, Kanban and SAFe.  Her background of working with diverse groups has allowed her to hone her training for students of all levels and teams. From coding HTML and Java at a .com startup in the mid-90s, to Enterprise Project Management with Sprint and Chrysler, Jenny has firsthand experience with not only leading Agile teams, but also what it takes to transition companies of all sizes to an Agile culture. 

Agile Technical Coach

Llewellyn Falco introduced Woody to the Randori technique and Strong Style Pair Programming  which is the base for Mob Programming.  

He is an agile technical coach, specializing in legacy code and test driven development. When working with teams he uses mob programming with the programmers to foster continuous improvements.

Twitter: @LlewellynFalco