AgileIndy is completely run by a dedicated group of volunteers. Our Board Members are responsible for overseeing the business affairs of the organization. These responsibilities include providing strategic leadership, overseeing resources and relationships, and managing the reputation of the organization.
If you would like more information on our group, or would like to volunteer, feel to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marcy Elhamidi is an Agile Coach with 20 years of experience in Software Development in the Indianapolis area. She has been an active member of AgileIndy since it’s early days in 2012 and has served on the board since 2016. As Conference Chair for AgileIndy 2017, Marcy played a significant role in doubling the size of the AgileIndy Conference from 350 to 750 attendees that year – a number that AgileIndy has exceeded every year since. In addition, Marcy has made significant contributions to the creation of the AgileIndy Conference Committees, expanding our monthly meetups from one to two a month, and has been instrumental in increasing speakers, membership, and marketing over the years.
Marcy continues to passionately support AgileIndy’s mission and hopes to continue the spirit of continuous improvement by re-engaging the more experienced Agilists in the community in 2020. If you are interested in helping setup a coaching camp, build a mentorship program or give back to AgileIndy by being a speaker, feel free to contact Marcy and arrange a chat over a cup of coffee! When Marcy isn’t on Agile Coach or AgileIndy duty, she enjoys experimenting by applying the Agile mindset to her parenting style, often to the chagrin of her three boys and husband.
Jennifer is a Senior-level Agile Coach and Servant Leader with over 20 years of experience in IT Operations, Application Development, Project Management, and Product Development. She has a proven track record of successfully leading project teams, facilitating product development, coaching individuals and teams, and getting results. She is passionate about coaching teams to maximize performance and leading technology driven organizations to success.
Jennifer has been an active member of AgileIndy since 2013. She was elected to the board in 2016 and has been Vice Chair since 2017. She is responsible for all Communications and Marketing in her current board position. Jennifer has also been a member of AgileCincy since 2016 and served on the board for two years. She continues to serve as the Social Media Advisor for AgileCincy.
I started using Agile methodologies in 2006 when I was a Ruby on Rails developer. My real passion is the psychology behind Agile and how it grows happier, more fulfilled, and ultimately more productive teams.
Megan May has been an active member since the first AgileIndy conference in 2013. This group was an invaluable resource to her and encourage her to expand her agile knowledge; earning the CSM, CSPO, PMI-ACP certifications and ultimately the CSP in 2016. In 2017 she began volunteering with the conference planning committee and joined the board in 2019 serving as the Treasurer.
She brings enthusiasm for technology, building high-performing teams, and the championing of agile techniques. Recently completing an MBA & MS in Marketing through IU’s Kelley School of Business, she brings a solid business background necessary to support AgileIndy’s operational needs.
Tonya T'ere Wallace
Tonya T'ere Wallace has an MBA, with a specialization in Project Mgmt; and is also certified as a Scrum Master, and SAFe practitioner. She currently works as a Sr. Release Train Engineer for Cox Automotive; and owns Gideon VI LLC, an IT software company with her husband. In addition, she serves on the Board of Directors for AgileIndy, a non profit organization focused on agile and supporting frameworks serving its 1,000 member base in Indianapolis, IN. She is also a certified speaker, coach and trainer with the John Maxwell Team, and DISC facilitator.
Tonya's passion for personalities allows her to grow individuals, and teams through DISC, and leadership training. As a mother of six athletes, she has assisted schools and teams throughout the midwest understand how to teach and coach to personality types.
Chris has more than 20 years experience in Information Technology. She had her first experience with agility in 2007 working for a software company using XP/Scrum frameworks. She was impressed with the ability to quickly adapt to customer needs while being part of a high performing (happy and humane) team. She was hooked and has been applying agility practices and seeking avenues of learning opportunities ever since.
Chris has a BS in Information Technology and a MIS in Information Science from Indiana University. She earned several certifications during her educational journey including Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Product Owner, SAFe SA 4.5 certifications, and Certified Scrum Professional. She most recently finished the ITIL foundation certification. Chris has experience in almost all roles within the SDLC including Project Manager, Business Analyst, Quality Assurance, Developer, Product Owner, and Scrum Master. Recently, Chris started as a Scrum Master at Salesforce in the internal IT Infrastructure area. Chris is enjoying this incredible opportunity and challenge to share her experience and knowledge working with a team of folks applying agility to IT Infrastructure teams.
Scott has been actively involved with AgileIndy since 2016. He has served on the conference sponsor and day of event committees prior to joining the board in 2019.
Scott discovered agile in 2014 when he became a product owner. He found his 'sweet spot' though in 2017 when he began serving as a scrum master.
Scott is passionate about helping teams and organizations apply principles and practices to deliver valuable products to the marketplace.