Episode 35 of the Mavens Do It Better Podcast features Tracy van der Schyff and Jethro Seghers. I accompanied Tracy and Jethro on a road trip #365tourza across the Eastern Cape and Western Cape of South Africa. Along with Adam King, Warren Marks, Alistair Pugin and Darrell Webster, we spent 10 days together in a van bringing Office 365 technologies to four events - SharePoint Saturday Johannesburg, SPS Mini events in Port Elizabeth and East London and a final stop for SharePoint Saturday Cape Town. Jethro is Senior Program Manager Microsoft Teams - Education, author, and speaker and Tracy is a three-time Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services, blogger, author, speaker, Microsoft 365 coach and catalyst and owner of the consulting company The Guid Stuff.
Episode 34 of the Mavens Do It Better Podcast features Robert Bogue. Rob is a 15-time Microsoft MVP, a sought-after speaker, author, and consultant, who helps clients make the complicated simple. Whether the complicated includes Microsoft SharePoint, technologies, or no technology at all, Rob helps organizations become more effective.
Episode 33 of the Mavens Do It Better Podcast features Karuana Gatimu. Karuana is Principal PM Manager, Customer Advocacy Group, Microsoft Corp. She is a business architect with a passion for people, technology and communications. Using 25 years of technology and marketing experience Karuana helps drive usage and adoption of Office 365 services including Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Planner and PowerBI to land value in the real world. She is the executive producer of Coffee in the Cloud on YouTube and uses her studio to help other people own their stories.
Episode 32 of the Mavens Do It Better Podcast features Alan Campbell. Alan is the owner of Alan Campbell Productions - specializing in Food, Wine, Lifestyle, Cookbooks, Product photography and video production. He is also the owner of Camlow Cellars in Sonoma County along with winemaker Craig Strehlow. They create a small lot Estate grown Magna Porcum (Big Pig) Pinot Noir from the Green Valley of Russian River Valley. They make approximately 400 cases a year and a limited quantity of delicious Whole Cluster Rosé of Pinot Noir.