Angela Byron is the Drupal 7 core maintainer, recipient of the Google-O'Reilly Open 2008 Source Award for Best Contributor, and an Open Source evangelist who lives and breathes Drupal. She got her start as a Google Summer of Code student in 2005 and since then has completely immersed herself in the Drupal community. Her work includes core coding and patch review, creating and contributing modules and themes, testing and quality assurance efforts within the project, improving documentation, and providing user support on forums and IRC.
Angela has lead Lullabot's collaboration on O'Reilly's first Drupal book, entitled Using Drupal. She is on the Board of Directors for the Drupal Association and helps drive community growth by leading initiatives to help get new contributors involved such as Drupal’s participation in Google Summer of Code and Google’s Highly Open Participation (GHOP) programs. She is a sought-after lecturer on many themes, especially the topics of women in Open Source and just about anything to do with Drupal. Angie is known as "webchick" on drupal.org.