Learn more about the new Neo4j Ambassador program and meet the 2016 Neo4j AmbassadorsPotentially the best thing about working on the Neo4j team is getting to experience the passion and excitement of our remarkable community.

Don’t get me wrong – sitting in the park with Emil and his adorable one-year-old daughter during a fika is pretty stellar. Actually, that might rank slightly higher, but, alas, that is not the point of this blog post. The bottom line: The Neo4j community is due their fair share of recognition and appreciation from us here at Neo4j HQ.

Today, I am thrilled to announce the inauguration of the Neo4j Ambassador program! (And our first ambassadors for 2016!)

Meet the 2016 Neo4j Ambassadors


These Ambassadors are Neo4j experts and graph enthusiasts who have shown their love for graph thinking and are committed to sharing their knowledge and experience within their communities and our larger, global network. Ambassadors actively participate in local meetups, speak at industry events, engage in discussions on Stack Overflow, publish blog posts and lead workshops on graph technology.

We are proud that our Ambassadors represent the graph database community internationally and across industries. From Sweden to Brazil and the U.S. to the U.K., we are excited to welcome champions from banking, finance, IT, healthcare and more.

Without further ado, we invite you to meet our inaugural group of Neo4j Ambassadors! Make sure to look out for them at local meetups, conferences, and, of course, GraphConnect San Francisco.

How You Can Get Involved


Interested in connecting with an Ambassador or having one speak at your event? Feel free to reach out to us via email at ambassadors@neo4j.com so we can connect you with the perfect Ambassador.

Think you’ve got what it takes to be an Ambassador? Request an invitation to the program by emailing us at ambassadors@neo4j.com.


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About the Author

Corie Brickman , Community Programs Manager

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Corie Brickman is the Community Programs Manager responsible for Neo4j’s webinars and email communications. Prior to joining Neo Technology, Corie managed outbound marketing strategy for AppDynamics where she grew the webinar program from a monthly product demo to an international resource center with original content featured weekly. Outside of work, she is an aspiring yogi, travel enthusiast and sugar aficionado.


2 Comments

Hello,

The e-mail is not working. Sent a message, got an error! 🙁

Bryce Merkl Sasaki, Aspiring Graphista says:

Hi Christiano, the email should be updated now! Thanks for pointing out the problem.

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