Christina Wheeler

Christina Wheeler

Christina Wheeler (MVP) is a Director of Innovation for Core BTS and a Technical Trainer specializing in the Power Platform, Business Intelligence, Modern Workplace, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams. She is a highly respected Microsoft 365 expert who focuses on development, administration, branding, and training. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Christina has knowledge in graphic design, Web development, and custom development who also specializes in Enterprise Content Management and Business Intelligence. She has worked for various companies throughout the world architecting and implementing SharePoint and Microsoft 365 solutions for educational, commercial, and government organizations. As a trainer, Christina brings her real-world experience to the classroom. She is a regular speaker at technical conferences and workshops around the world. Her publications include contributions as the technical editor of "SharePoint 2007 Developer's Guide to Business Data Catalog," co-author of the "SharePoint 2010 Field Guide," co-author of "SharePoint 2013 Inside Out", and co-author to the "Office 365 for IT Pros". In addition to technology Christina has a passion for photography, paddle boarding, flying drones, and spending time with her lovable dogs.

Guest Appearances

  • Extending Teams with pre-built Power Platform App Templates
    60 Minutes 

    Power Platform 24 Conference March 2022

    Microsoft Teams has powerful capabilities out-of-the-box but as more organizations adopt Teams into their modern workplace, many are looking for ways to integrate more features to help streamline their business processes. You can extend Teams with Microsoft apps, third-party apps, or integrate your own custom apps using the Teams extensible framework. Instead of building a custom app from scratch, Microsoft has made it easier by providing pre-built app templates that you can download from GitHub for free and install into your tenant. In this session, we will cover an overview of the extensibility options for Teams as well as demonstrate some of the top Power Platform app templates being used today based on common use cases.