Agile2021 Call for Reviewers

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Wondering how Agile Alliance conference gets the most innovative, thought-provoking, and noteworthy sessions?


Our reviewers find them among the hundreds of submissions we receive. Now is the time to join the review team — we are looking for you!

As a reviewer, you will be guided by the track chairs about what the program is looking for. Then you will get to read some great submissions and help provide feedback to submitters who request it, ensuring that they provide enough detail within the submission to enable your team to evaluate it once it is ready.

This role helps expose you to new perspectives and developments in the subject area. It also harnesses your coaching, mentoring, and reviewing skills to help shape a great program for the track, which typically covers diverse topics over varying levels of advancement. Engagement in this role enables you to receive a free 1-year Agile Alliance membership — giving you access to a wealth of great material — and starting you on the path to other roles within the conference team if that is what you aspire to.

Please sign up using this form if you’d like to help with Agile2021!


About the Author


As an Agile/DevOps coach & trainer with over 20 years of diverse experience in IT, I bring unique perspective and stories ”from the trenches”. I’ve been fortunate to work with co-located and distributed teams in US, Canada, Ireland, Japan, UK, India and Russia and can share with you their distinct challenges, successes and effective practices.
I am an educational games designer, the author of several DevOps/Agile books and games, including “DevOps with Lego, Chocolate”,  “Fear in the Workplace” and Safety in Workplace. I speak and faciltate these workshops internationally (50 conferences, 15 countries). 

Being a part of the agile comminity is my passion. Through running several meetups in NYC, organizing local and global conferences I met so many inspiring, phenomenal people. Can't wait to meet you and learn from you at Agile2021!


This is an Agile Alliance community blog post. Opinions represented are personal and belong solely to the author. They do not represent opinion or policy of Agile Alliance.