Head of Marketplace Programs
Software developer from the team responsible for bring Forge to Jira. Wondering where you can place Forge extensions and how they play with your issues? That's the output of their work. In his spare time Michał makes workshops, gave talks at conferences and co-host breakfast online show for Polish devs. Outside of software development he put on his sneakers, earphones and run at the seacoast
Senior Security Engineer
Zac is a Security Engineer at Atlassian focused on the Atlassian Ecosystem. He spends his time on driving security improvements in Forge, Connect, and everything else in the Ecosystem. This includes driving the creation of the Forge Shared Responsibility Model, and Forge Security Principles. Outside of work, you’ll find him in the bush on his dirt-bike with his two kids.
Senior Product Manager
Joe is a Senior Product Manager at Atlassian and works on both Forge and Atlassian Connect. Joe has extensive experience in the Atlassian ecosystem as a long-time contributor to the developer community and has built and maintained several server plugins during his time at Atlassian. Outside of work, Joe is an avid board-gamer and is a bit of a whiz in the kitchen!
From his remote but beautiful Tasmanian outpost, Jimi has been hacking away at Atlassian for over 8 years on everything from Jira to developer.atlassian.com to Connect to Forge, and there's still lots to learn and lots to love!
Strategy & Business Operations, Ecosystem
Lucy is a Senior Strategy Manager in the Ecosystem team. She works closely with the Ecosystem and Marketplace Product Managers on financial and strategic decision-making. Lucy is also a member of the Atlassian Ventures team, with a particular focus on investments in marketplace apps. Prior to joining Atlassian, Lucy worked at a start-up and in strategy consulting. Outside of work she enjoys ocean swimming!
Co-Founder of Jexo
With a background in technology and engineering, Biro has spent the last 6 years helping teams improve how they deliver work with software solutions. He gained significant knowledge in project management practices and co-founded Jexo to help enhance Atlassian Cloud products with the ultimate vision to transform work management into an exquisite art form in Jira. Biro spends his spare time in his racing simulator and creating video content for people with the same hobby.
Co-Founder & CTO
My name is Luis and I’m a Portuguese software engineer with a Master thesis in Data Mining who embraced web development. No kids, but one dog. I built the first Team Files integration for hipchat (rest in peace) before joining the dark side of developing for Confluence and later JIRA. Aside from programming I love playing comedy, writing and football.
Hello Clerk, Inc.
I’m Anton, the designer and developer from Ukraine with 20 years of experience in IT. Most of my career I worked in different service companies as a developer, animator and designer. Very different fields, I know. But all that time, my real passion was a product business. So I had no choice but to found a product company. Now I run Hello Clerk, Inc., the company where we build apps for Jira Cloud that help businesses to be more profitable.
Senior Product Manager
Product nerd who loves using technology to make people's lives easier. Works on Jira/Forge extensibility, focused on migrating P2 apps to Forge. Outside of work, Jakub enjoys being outdoors, running, walking, or camping. Proud father of three kids.
Group Product Manager, Enterprise Ecosystem
Roger Barnes has worked at the intersection of software and business for over 20 years. He’s scaled out enterprise applications, founded a startup in the travel sector, led high-growth developer tools products, and grown product teams. Roger’s been tapping into that experience while tackling the challenges of enterprise cloud transformation, since turning his attention to Atlassian’s ecosystem. When not at work you can find Roger automating his home, brewing beer, or enjoying the great outdoors.
Engineering Lead, Forge
Daniel Winter-Wijntjes has worked on highly available software across multiple industries. In the past, he has built a medical ERP and booking system that has most recently been utilized for the COVID-19 vaccination rollout across New Zealand. Dan has also worked on warehousing logistics and automation software that allows human’s and automated machines to work harmoniously. In his time at Atlassian, Dan has been all in on Forge. He leads the Developer Loop team that builds Custom UI, UI Kit, Forge CLI, Forge runtime and more. When not at work you can find Dan building something in his workshop, out on the ocean, at the golf course, or spending time with friends and family.
Group Product Manager, Forge
Adarsh has over a decade of experience building products and technology solutions for consumers and enterprises. He enjoys building great teams that ship meaningful products. At Atlassian, he is part of the larger platform team and was previously leading Identity before shifting his focus towards Ecosystem. His current focus is to build a scalable, delightful, cloud native Atlassian extensibility platform for all developers and partners. Outside work, he is an assistant for his 2 year old toddler, recovering cricket addict and a reader of Sci-fi literature!
PM Intern, Ecosystem Platform
Associate Product Manager
On the Developer Experience team at Atlassian, Bentley enjoys working with the Developer Community to help developers build delightful applications on top of Atlassians' platforms.
Co-founder & Co-CEO
Transition Technologies S.A.
Dev Team Manager
Transition Technologies S.A.
Hi! I’m Avni and I am a product manager on the Confluence team. I work on features that help content creators feel comfortable and supported when starting their work. When I am not talking to Atlassian customers, I'm either out on a swim, Yelping the newest restaurant in town, or mentoring teen girls!
Group Product Manager
Hi! I'm Daniel, a Senior Product Manager at Atlassian where I lead the Confluence collaboration team and build new features to help teams interact, stay informed, and move work forward together. Prior to Atlassian I spent several years as a product leader at various startups, LinkedIn, and was a member of the investing team at Greylock Partners.
Senior Product Manager
Hi! I'm Hilary, a Senior Product Manager on Confluence, leading Confluence Editions. I am customer obsessed and passionate about supporting teams of all shapes and sizes. Outside of Editions, I co-lead the APM program, the Gender Equity in Tech (GET) group at Atlassian, and am a champion of inclusion (specifically in meetings). I studied Cognitive Science and Consumer Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and I love food, skiing, surfing, and playing with other people's dogs
Sr. Product Manager
Hi! I'm Sam Ugulava, a Product Manager on the Confluence Content Experience team. I bring 8 years of experience as a PM and Entrepreneur. I am a self-starter with an insatiable thirst for learning, but what truly makes me unique is my natural bent for telling great stories and translating work to a wider audience.
Head of Brand, Confluence
Hi! I’m Sarah, a career marketer who has led both in-house brand marketing and agency teams. Most recently I have been focused on tech as the brand agency for Salesforce, the enterprise marketing lead for Square, and now a brand & product marketer at Atlassian. My favorite part of Confluence — escaping hours of wasted time formatting decks and docs so I can move campaigns forward faster.
"Hi! I'm Emily and I'm a Product Manager in the Confluence team at Atlassian. I work on Analytics features that bring behavioural data to the surface to help users stay informed. Outside of work I enjoy growing plants, bouldering with friends, and baking treats!"
Hi! I'm Steph and I look after the Confluence Mobile team at Atlassian. In my spare time, I enjoy playing with new apps, experimenting with new recipes in my Instant Pot and growing my houseplant collection.
Program Manager Lead
Jade Melcher is a Marketing Program Manager and Atlassian admin at Sprout Social. When she is not consulting workflows and helping teams implement agile, she can be found surfing or hanging out with her two cats Bailey and Milly.
Throughout his time on multiple product teams, Matt has contributed as a scrum master, technical writer, marketer, UX writer, and speaker. Matt was a K15t app user and now he advocates for users within the teams that make K15t apps. Matt believes good information matters to users, good tools matter to information creators, and fluid collaboration matters to leaders seeking out tools.
Co-Founder and Co-Ceo
Mike Cannon-Brookes is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Atlassian, a collaboration software company that helps teams organise, discuss and complete shared work. More than 200,000 large and small organisations, NFPs, and government agencies across the world, including companies like Spotify, NASA, Mercy Ships, Sotheby's and Visa use Atlassian’s collaboration products to help their teams work better together. Outside Atlassian, Mike is a technology investor in the areas of software, fintech, agriculture and clean energy. A passionate clean energy evangelist, Mike was a driving force behind Australia securing the world's biggest lithium ion battery. He continues to invest in sustainable solutions through Grok Ventures, a venture capital firm owned by Mike and his wife Annie. In 2021, Mike and Annie personally committed $1.5 billion of their own wealth by 2030 towards climate change philanthropy and green investments to help limit the earth's warming to 1.5 degrees. Mike was the youngest person ever to be awarded the ‘Australian Entrepreneur of the Year’ in 2006 by Ernst & Young alongside Co-Founder and Co-CEO Scott Farquhar. In 2016 they were awarded Australian Financial Review's 'Australian Business Person of the Year' and in 2017 Forbes named them on their ‘Global Game Changers’ list. Mike was recognised by the World Economic Forum as a ‘Young Global Leader’ in 2009. Mike is a board member for a number of organisations including Room to Read, a non-profit committed to improving literacy and gender equality in education in the developing world. He is also a member of Australia's Nation Brand Advisory Council and serves as an adjunct professor at the University of New South Wales' School of Computer Science and Engineering.
Head of Product
Erika is the Head of Product for Atlassian’s Work Management offerings, building our portfolio of modern work collaboration tools that keep teams engaged and in sync. Prior to Atlassian, she was Director of Product for Google Drive and Editors, a suite of collaboration tools used by more than 1 billion users. Before helping enterprise teams work better together, Erika was an entrepreneur who founded and successfully sold Rapt Media, a creative platform for interactive enterprise videos. On the creative side of the house, she was a documentary filmmaker and founder of an Emmy Award-winning production company called Outlier Films. Erika holds a B.A. from Yale and an M.A. from University of California, Berkeley.
Head of Product Marketing
Sendhil Jayachandran leads product marketing for Atlassian’s Work Management business unit. Previously, he held CMO roles at both Observe.AI and xMatters, leading both companies through key phases of growth. His 20 years of marketing and product leadership experience spans innovative startups along with global enterprises including Salesforce and Dell. He holds a MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BS in Computer Science from UCLA.
Modern Work Evangelist
Mark is truly "living the dream" as Atlassian’s resident Modern Work expert and evangelist. Focused on practice over theory, Mark spends his days coaching both Atlassian and customer teams on new ways of working, then sharing what he's learned at events around the world! Joining Atlassian in 2019, Mark brings over a decade of experience experimenting with work and helping people, teams, and organizations transform at places like Boeing, Nordstroms, TD Ameritrade, and Rocket Mortgage. Mark has made it his mission to inject modern ways of working, a transformation mindset, and the power of expert storytelling into everything he does.
Group Product Manager
Peter Parkes heads up Miro’s Agile Workflows group, building experiences to serve engineering, product, and design teams and to supercharge the way they collaborate day-to-day. He’s passionate about the role that tools and technology play in making work more satisfying and more fun. Prior to joining Miro, Peter founded software startup Qualdesk, worked as a management consultant on agile transformation programs for clients including Carlsberg, Nike and Universal Music, and held product and marketing roles at Skype and Expedia.
Marketing Lead, Jira Work Management
Daniel has spent the past decade leading teams across Product, Marketing, and Sales in industries from e-commerce to ed-tech. He is currently the Marketing Lead for Jira Work Management helping make work, less work for business teams
Head of Marketing, Trello
Leah Ryder is the Head of Marketing for Trello, Atlassian’s visual work management tool that empowers over two million teams worldwide to work together in a productive and rewarding way. Having spent the last decade “walking the walk” as a remote worker, Leah is a hybrid work advocate and author, whose co-produced ebook “How to Embrace Remote Work” has been downloaded over 400,000 times. She is on the executive leadership team for Trello’s organization of 250 hybrid-work teammates, and is allergic to bad meetings (that could have been an email).
CEO and Co-founder
Joe Thomas is the CEO and co-founder of Loom, the video communication platform for async work. Joe leads Loom in its mission to empower effective communication, wherever work happens. Prior to Loom, Joe served as Director of Product at MyLife.com and Director of Operations at MediaPass. He also co-founded Redesign Agency while in college at Indiana University. While leading Loom, Thomas has been recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30, Forbes Cloud 100, and America's Best Startup Employers. He lives with his family in Atlanta.
Senior Researcher, People Insights
Dr Mahreen Khan is a Senior Researcher in the People Insights team at Atlassian. She is also a Psychologist and has completed her PhD investigating the development of emotional intelligence.
Head of Product Marketing Craft
Matt has more than 13 years of experience building and leading marketing teams at Atlassian, Intercom, and Loom. He specialises in helping B2B SaaS companies build what they sell and sell what they build. Currently Matt is Head of Product Marketing Craft at Atlassian where he focuses on amplifying the impact of product marketing, both in and outside of Atlassian.
Rachel is an aspiring product leader, embarking on the early stages of her PM journey after a short but chaotic stint in management consulting. As a huge fanatic of personality tests, Rachel has always been curious about how this affects the way individuals work and how we can all effectively work together.
Global Head of Marketing, Confluence Cloud
Laurel Hodge is a Confluence super fan and Global Head of Marketing for Confluence Cloud - which are two things that happen to go together quite nicely. Her background in product led growth, meme marketing and cryptocurrency bring a unique perspective to leading teams at Atlassian. And although she no longer feels quite so young, she was recognized by Adweek as a Young Influential for her ability to craft messages that resonate with hard to reach audiences.
Senior Technical Writer
Samer Farag is a Technical Writer, Agile Coach, and Product Designer focused on making teams as productive and healthy as they can be so that organizations can thrive. When he's not working, he produces music and freelances as a game developer in his spare time.
Mitch Hoback is an Agile Coach and Technical Writer that focuses on creating and improving Agile processes for internal DISH teams and writing training documentation on Agile ceremonies, Jira functionalities, and using and managing Confluence. In my free time I enjoy exploring Denver, camping, skiing, Spikeball, and cheering for the Seattle Seahawks.
After suffering 12 years in the hospitality industry, I made the jump into the world of IT. From starting as a Jira admin for 10 teams, to running our database architects, then founding the Agile Center of Excellence and coaching 70 development teams, to currently running our Atlassian Admin team supporting 3000+ users across 70+ vendors.
John is an Enterprise Solutions Architect for the Jira Align platform and is a veteran at scaling agile methods in large corporations. Prior to Atlassian, John helped shape the Lean Portfolio Management offering at Agilecraft. He spent a 20+ year career in software development at Motorola Solutions, adopting agile practices back when it was "extreme", and leading the enterprise agile transformation after it got "safe". John lives in West Dundee, Illinois with his three children and plays the banjo when he needs to.
Product Owner, Dr. WoW
Dan Radigan has twenty five years of experience in software development wearing a wide variety of hats―program management, engineering, quality, marketing, and now a product owner. Dan is currently the product owner for Dr. WoW - a new venture into a team’s ways of working at Atlassian.
VP Product, Confluence
Genevieve has more than 15 years of experience as a leader in technology and business, including at Atlassian, Dropbox, and Zynga. She focuses on building products at scale that connect users and help people work better together.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson
Chairman and CEO
Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE)
Having left the basketball court for the boardroom, Earvin “Magic” Johnson has successfully parlayed his skills and tenacity from the court into the business world as Chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE). MJE provides high-quality products and services that focus primarily on ethnically diverse and underserved urban communities. Still a commanding presence in popular culture, Johnson made history in 2012 when he became co-owner of MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers. He also co-owns the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA, Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Football Club, and eSports franchise Team Liquid. He continues to expand his influence through his many businesses that include: EquiTrust Life Insurance Company, and SodexoMAGIC, a food service and facilities management company. The Lansing native is constantly evolving and remaining relevant in a dynamic digital age by broadening his scope into infrastructure and technology. Through a joint-venture fund, Johnson is investing millions of dollars on infrastructure improvement across the United States. In 2022, Johnson released his first non-fungible token project with Dapper Labs, leading the first ever successful Anthropology set in company history. He is currently expanding his business acumen into the metaverse, announcing his investment and ownership of a football and basketball team with SimWin Sports. He is also one of the leading investors in a number of minority-owned technology companies that include Uncharted Power, an award-winning power and data infrastructure technology company and Jopwell, a diversity and hiring recruiting platform. The accomplishments and global impact of Earvin “Magic” Johnson are on display in They Call Me Magic, the only first-person account of Johnson's life from childhood to business. The AppleTV+ project was the top selling documentary series per episode when released in 2022. Johnson currently serves on the board of directors for Fanatics, a sports licensing company, and Cameo, a company that lets celebrities sell personalized messages to fans. With his unique positioning as a businessman spanning multiple industries and generations, he aims to help companies expand and foster a positive impact domestically and globally.
2x WNBA Champion
Entrepreneur, Broadcaster, and Mom
As one of the most decorated basketball players of all-time, Candace Parker has already solidified herself as one of the most influential athletes of this generation. Both on and off the court, Parker has continued to build a legacy that she hopes will inspire others to break through glass-ceilings as she has. Off the court, she serves as the lone female sports analyst and commentator for Turner. In 2008, Parker was selected as the No.1 overall pick in the WNBA Draft by the Los Angeles Sparks, following a champion career at Tennessee where she led the Lady Vols to consecutive NCAA championships in 2007 and 2008. Parker went on to become the first player to earn WNBA MVP and Rookie of the Year honors in the same season and was named Finals MVP after leading the Sparks to the 2016 WNBA title. After 13 seasons with the Los Angeles Sparks, Parker signed with the Chicago Sky and will make her return to her hometown in the upcoming season. Throughout her career, Parker has built an outstanding honors list which includes three WNBA All-Star nods, the 2013 WNBA All-Star Game MVP Award, six All-WNBA selections, and the 2020 WNBA Defensive Player of the Year Award. Parker also led Team USA to gold medals in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics. Off the court, Parker launched the first season of her podcast Moments with Candace Parker. Produced in partnership with Wonder Media Network and Robin Roberts, Moments celebrates parenthood to the fullest -- the smallest victories, the messiest failures, and the bravest decisions. Each week, Candace chats with friends you might recognize, about stories you've never heard before. The podcast launched on August 10, 2021 on all podcast platforms to tons of fan love. The first WNBA player to appear on the cover of an NBA 2K game, Parker was featured on the cover of the WNBA 25th Anniversary Special Edition, released on September 10, 2021. Parker was also the 1st WNBA player to sign with 2K last year and brought the WNBA onto the platform for the first time. She also became the first active player – male or female – to be an in-game analyst in the 2K broadcast booth. Parker was recently featured in Disney+’s docuseries, Becoming, produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter. She has always had a love for creating content with plans to launch her own production company in the near feature. Currently, Parker has endorsement deals with Adidas, NBA 2K, Band-Aid and JBL Audio and has previously worked with brands such as Gatorade, Budweiser and more. In 2019, Parker closed a multi-year deal to serve as an analyst and commentator for the NBA on TNT, NBA TV and NCAA Tournament coverage and is seen as a rising star on the broadcast world. Most recently, Parker and her 11-year-old daughter became co-owners of the Angel City FC National Women's Soccer League expansion team that is expected to begin play in 2022. As a mother and a Black woman, Parker has developed into a bold, insightful, and inspiring thought leader who is passionate about the importance of women’s rights, voters’ rights and Black Lives Matter. In September of 2020, Parker was the first women to join the Social Change Fund, the mission of which is to invest in and support organizations that are working to liberate Black people and advocate for indigenous people and communities of color through the lens of policy solutions, community representation and narrative change. With her heart, passion and competitiveness, Parker is already a role model for so many with much more to come.
Head of Team Anywhere
Annie Dean is the Global Head of Team Anywhere at Atlassian. Most recently, Annie was the first-ever Director of Remote Work at Facebook, where she designed and led the global strategy for remote work and a portfolio of related future of work strategies. As a globally recognized expert on remote and flexible working, her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Cheddar TV, and more.
Robert is the Chief Marketing Officer for Atlassian, where he oversees all customer focused marketing and brand programs. Prior to Atlassian, Robert served as Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer for Teespring, a social e-commerce platform. Previously, Robert was the CMO of eBay, the world’s largest online marketplace. Robert joined eBay when the company was under 5,000 people, and helped scale the expansion to over 35,000 over his 12-year tenure. At eBay he was responsible for driving buyer and seller growth for eBay’s North America business, which generates over $35 billion in annual trading volume. Robert also built and scaled eBay's social impact ventures, which have raised over $600 million for non-profit organizations around the world. Robert started his career in management consulting at McKinsey & Company, where he was a member of the Global Strategy Practice. Robert received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Marketing from DePaul University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
Principal Product Evangelist
Shipra Kayan is the Principal Product Evangelist at Miro, helping hybrid teams learn new methods and frameworks for collaborating and problem solving together. Prior this, Shipra has spent almost two decades as a UX practitioner leading design and research teams at companies like Upwork and Miro.
Principal Marketing Program Manager
India Wade is a Principle Operations Program Manager Atlassian, based in Seattle, Washington. She's work across industries and cultures as an account manager, program manager, and chief of staff in the US, Japan, and Australia. Outside of work she is a poet, yoga teacher, and certified integrative health coach .
Sarah is a writer whose work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Inc., Huffington Post, as well as Atlassian publications like the Work Life blog and the Atlassian Team Playbook. She works remotely from her home in Minnesota and loves every minute of it. When she's not writing you can find her reading, snowboarding, cooking, and/or exchanging groan-worthy puns with her kids. (But probably reading.)
Stu is a designer, musician, and dad living in Austin, Texas. Across his career in Design, he has worked with small business owners, startups, and major corporations to create valuable brand and web experiences. From running his own studio to working in-house, Stu has acquired a diverse perspective on Design. These days, Stu is Design Leader on Trello and works remotely from his home in Austin, Texas.
Dennis brings years of Product Management experience across multiple areas of the tech sector and focuses on bring the most value to the customer quickly and over time.
Software Engineering Manager
Ilia brings years of engineering and management experience to an intense focus on improving Confluence performance, in order to ensure we keep working towards making a fast and great user experience.
Direct Sales, Work Management
Dana has spent the last ten years helping organizations of all sizes modernize the way they work. She began her career at SAP, seeing first hand the challenges and opportunities large organizations face in evolving their processes, culture, and tools. She later joined Trello as a start-up in 2016, and was thrilled to join the Atlassian team via acquisition shortly after in 2017. She has spent the last 6 years partnering with Atlassian’s largest customers to enable modern Work Management solutions that delight users, on a platform they trust.
Victor is a Principal PM focusing on Trello Enterprise. Before Trello, he was driving product improvements for Statuspage at Atlassian. Outside of work, you may find him on a long trail in the Sierra Nevada mountains or strategizing around his collection of Western hats.
Throughout his time on multiple product teams, Matt has contributed as a scrum master, technical writer, marketer, content designer, and speaker. He specializes in those weird ways content brings the world together. He likes using his skills to connect people to the products and resources around them. He loves connecting directly with users, advocating for their needs, and helping create products and resources to help them share what they do best.
Lorraine is a top-rated virtual keynote speaker and a leader at the intersection of editorial and tech. With more than 300,000 followers on LinkedIn, she is passionate about helping professionals become more productive and successful. Lorraine was named one of 2020’s Top Virtual Keynote Speakers by ReadWrite. She speaks to Fortune 500 companies, tech firms, top-ranked universities, non-profits, and more, covering a wide range of topics including creating engaging virtual presentations, growing your brand on LinkedIn, managing remote teams, and designing impactful hybrid meetings. As the Editorial Director at Prezi, she collaborates with thought leaders and subject-matter experts to create compelling videos that educate and inspire millions of people on topics across business and education. Prior to Prezi, Lorraine was a News Editor at LinkedIn. Lorraine is also a LinkedIn Learning Instructor for “Virtual and Hybrid Meeting Essentials” and has been featured in publications including Inc., ReadWrite, and Entrepreneur.
Product Marketing Manager