Molly E. Holzschlag, known to many as “mollydotcom” or just plain “Mols” is an author, teacher and Open Web Evangelist. She has spent the majority of her 25 years in IT working with the Internet, and observed the Web emerge and evolve from its first days at CERN.
She has spent the years since educating herself and others about the Web, its languages, and its core philosophies.
Currently an invited expert to the W3C, Molly works globally to connect consumers, businesses, Web designers, developers, browser implementors and tool makers; encouraging cultural diplomacy, technical interoperability and professional excellence.
Honored by multiple organizations and sites as one of the most influential women on the Web, a long-time friend and colleague once quipped “If Tim Berners-Lee is the father of the Web, than Molly is its fairy godmother.”
Warm, colorful, and interested in everyone’s stories and successes, be sure to say hello at an event or on Twitter: @mollydotcom
Analysis of need and creation of company standards & best practices; Expert training in front-end Web development with HTML, HTML5, XHTML and CSS; Web project management, interoperability, quality assurance, search engine optimization, social and community strategies and brand-building, standards and practices advocacy, Accessibility/Section 508 analysis, large-scale web site management, scalability and long-term growth planning; change management; community management.