RadiateWP began as a service of custom webshop Positive Element, and has grown to serve WordPress site owners nationwide. RadiateWP is now run by Carol Stambaugh and Jeremy Saxey who are leaders in the WordPress Community. RadiateWP has an incredible team to provide premium WordPress support and maintenance, including experts who understand WordPress from both the user and developer perspectives.
RadiateWP support specialists have extensive knowledge of the greater WordPress ecosystem that can only come from years of experience. Our team members are active in the local and national WordPress community, supporting WordCamp events and facilitating local WordPress meet-ups.
Meet the owners
Jeremy has been working in web technologies since the days of dialup internet. Beginning his journey as a tech support specialist, he has gone on to program small and enterprise-level websites, setup and maintain servers, own and co-own a few web companies, and continues expanding his knowledge into upcoming “Web3” technologies.
Gaining a degree in CIS in 2007, he is fascinated by the ability of human ingenuity to solve real-world problems. He has a passion for staying at the forefront of emerging technology with a desire to guide others into each wave of innovation, with a focus on internet-based solutions.
Jeremy has volunteered on WordCamp organizing teams, assisted the Arizona WordPress Meetup Group, and taught classes at both. He is currently a member of a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that promotes public goods and education within the Ethereum Web3 ecosystem.
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