Hi, my name is

Emily Kausalik-Whittle

Apple Enterprise Management Engineer



I'm an Apple-focused Systems Engineer with a passion for human-centered design and technological empowerment. I use my background in education and instruction to implement and maintain solutions for Apple devices and the people using them in the workplace.

macOS Platform Engineering

Deployment Strategy

Solutions Engineering



Apple Enterprise Management Engineer

Jamf helps organizations succeed with the Apple platform, and I help guide how Jamf finds its own success with Apple devices. I enable, promote, and expand the use of the Jamf platform internally to make the best possible end user experiences for my colleagues. I also act as the voice of IT to product management, collaborating with product managers and product owners to best implement new features internally. I engage with the community, work with customers when needed, and find new ways to make Jamf awesome at Jamf.

Apr 2021
Aug 2017

The Home Depot

Sr. Systems Engineer, Mac Platform

Mac do-gooder for The Home Depot. If it involves Mac Platform, I'm involved. Our team oversees the entire platform life cycle, from provisioning to app deployment and OS updates to security. I work closely with partner departments to provide the best possible experience on the Mac platform for THD associates.

Aug 2017
May 2016


IT Support Engineer

As an IT Support Engineer at RMN I support client operation systems, business applications, printing, TVs, conferences rooms… basically, anything with a power button! I was also primarily responsible for maintaining RMN's Jamf Pro management framework, designing and implementing modern Mac deployment, management, patching, and general Mac support.

May 2016
Dec 2013


Help Desk Manager, Help Desk Team Lead, Desktop Support Technician

At Volusion I joined the team as a Desktop Support Technician specializing in Mac support. I maintained and supported Volusion's Jamf Pro management framework, designed and developed deployment methodologies and support policies for the growing Mac fleet, and maintained the Jamf Software Server and distribution servers. As a technician I also provided support for the large Windows fleet of laptops and desktops using SCCM, managed Active Directory, Office 365 & Exchange, VOIP phones, and did day-to-day troubleshooting and support both desk-side and via ticketing with Jira. Later as the Help Desk Team Lead and Manager I managed the team and SLAs while still maintaining Jamf Pro and acting as primary support for Volusion Mac users.

Dec 2013
May 2013


Sr. Ecommerce Support Specialist

As a Sr. Ecommerce Support Specialist I worked with Volusion merchants to better learn using the Volusion app to grow their business. From API integration to importing shop items and using FTP, I spent my time on the phone, in LiveChat, and corresponding through our CRM ticketing system teaching and empowering Volusion merchants to get the most out of the platform. With a strong background in HTML and CSS, I was often the go-to team member on the floor for design and template assistance.


- Jamf Nation Hall of Fame (2019)
- Jamf Nation Honor Roll (2018)
- Jamf Nation Honor Roll (2017)
- Certified Casper Administrator (CCA), v9 (2014)


Jamf Nation User Conference (2021)
- "Between two Jamfs: A conversation about Jamf Pro best practice (1225)"

MacSysAdmin, October 2021
- "Inclusive Design for Mac Admins"

Jamf Nation User Conference (2018)
- "Fall, spring, and everything in between"
- Automation Panel, Moderator

Austin Apple Admins meetup, September 2018
- "Building MDM and DEP VMs: For testing, fun, and profit(?)"

Austin Apple Admins meetup, September 2017
- "Apple Admins tools for your trapper keeper"

MacSysAdmin, Gothenburg, Sweden (2016)
- "Design Thinking for Mac Admins"

Jamf Nation User Conference (2014)
- "Branding Self Service for your Organization"

Music & the Moving Image, NYU-Steinhardt (2013)
- "'Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger': Stephen Colbert and the Value of Performance"

Music & the Moving Image, NYU-Steinhardt (2012)
- "Changing Faces, Changing Sounds: Doctor Who (1963–89, 1996, 2005–) and the Use of Stock Music"


MacAdmins.org Podcast
- A weekly podcast produced in partnership with MacAdmins.org. Topics include conferences, deployment, security, tools, and more.

Austin Apple Admins, Founder
- A local meetup group to build a community of Mac and iOS admins in the Austin area.


Ph.D., Music Theory, The University of Texas at Austin (2015)
- Degree project: "Time Signatures: Music and sound in Doctor Who (1963–89, 1996, 2005–)"

M.M., Music Theory, Bowling Green State University (2008)
- Degree project: "A Fistful of Drama: Musical form in the Dollars Trilogy"

B.A., Music, Butler University (2006)
- Degree project: "Renaissance Stylistic Traits in Clement Janequin's 'Le chant des oiseaux'"