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Karin Wolok

About Karin Wolok, Neo4j Program Manager, Community Development & Enablement

Karin Wolok has worked for some of the most-renowned individuals and companies in the world, launched a successful professional women’s network in two major cities in the U.S., and developed a consumer concert experience program for the largest global entertainment company.

Transitioning her career from entertainment to technology, she became the first hire for a venture-backed start-up company in Philadelphia, where she went from working “rap battles to robot battles.” She found her passion in working with software engineers and programmers.

Within less than two years with the company, she became a notable leader in community development within the tech space in Philadelphia.

She is motivated by bring success and positive energy to the lives of those around her and prides herself in her ability to network and connect with individuals.

And just like in Neo4j, relationships are key!


Latest Posts by Karin Wolok

Here’s How the Neo4j Community Celebrated Global Graph Celebration Day!

To honor of the Swiss mathematician and inventor of graph theory, Leonhard Euler, the Neo4j community held events all over the world to gather and celebrate the day of his birth, April 15th. If you didn’t get a chance to… Read more →

Announcing the Neo4j Speaker Program: Get Paid to Speak at Conferences Around the World

The graph database industry is kind of exploding (as you likely already know if you’re reading this). The Neo4j community is rife with graph enthusiasts eager to share their knowledge gained from experiences with implementing graphs for a variety of… Read more →

Register Now for Global Graph Celebration Day: 50+ Events Already Scheduled Worldwide!

On Monday, April 15, thousands of graph enthusiasts around the world will come together to celebrate Leonhard Euler’s birthday – the inventor of graph theory. With over 50 events across 5 continents – in places like São Paulo, London, San… Read more →

Graph V-Day (Graph Visualization Day) Recap

In light of February’s holiday of love (Valentine’s Day), we asked our community to share the graph visualizations they loved the most. Valentine’s Day became Graph Visualization Day! The response was incredible and the data visualizations were truly remarkable, and… Read more →

Host an Event (Big or Small) with Us for Global Graph Celebration Day

Join us and the global Neo4j community on April 15, 2019 to celebrate the birth of the inventor of graph theory, Leonhard Euler!. Help us lead this day of celebration, collaboration and advocacy around the topic of graph-thinking and those… Read more →

Join Us at GraphHack 2018: Neo4j Buzzword Bingo Hackathon

GraphConnect is almost here, which means it’s time for our annual GraphHack Hackathon! Join other graph hackers for a fun day of building applications featuring Neo4j’s great integrations with other popular technologies (a.k.a. buzzwords). This year’s event will be hosted… Read more →

Neo4j Community Mavens: Because Being a Supernode Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

The Neo4j community is full of different kinds of people: people who help others with technical questions, those who write blogs to help educate others about graph databases, those who contribute to open source projects and more. Our community also… Read more →

Neo4j on All the Swag: The GraphGear Store Is Here! [+Get a $10 Discount]

A lot of folks in our community ask us about Neo4j swag. They are excited when they receive it, and they wear it often and with pride. Totally excited to wear my new @neo4j shirt! It arrived Saturday, just in… Read more →

A BIG Thank You to the Neo4j Community! [GraphTour Update]

Graph love is going global, and we’ve taken note. That’s why this year, instead of one centralized conference in Europe, we went on tour to eight cities across Europe and the Middle East. While eight one-day events in eight cities… Read more →

GraphConnect: New York City, Here We Come!

As you already know, Neo4j embodies relationships and connections between data. Not just that, it taps into the value of these relationships and connections. This is why we started GraphConnect: We wanted to put just as much emphasis on connecting… Read more →