Join Ashburn, VA WIT Group, for an informative session on Salesforce Global Women In Tech culture, values, and global initiatives,. Let's take a moment to connect with each other and celebrate our accomplishments, with an Ice breaker panel session and a chance to meet amazing likeminded individuals from the Salesforce Ecosystem.
Senior Director, Trailhead Editorial & Engineering
Akhilesh is a Salesforce Professional with over 10 years of experience working in various roles in the IT ecosystem. Akhilesh started his journey in Salesforce as a Solution Engineer and worked with enterprise customers to help them understand how to build solutions with Salesforce.
Akhilesh strongly believes in the Spirit of Giving Back to the Trailblazer Community and currently working actively as a Mentor and a Salesforce SME in Trailblazer Mentorship Program, Mentorship Central to build and support the Trailblazers who are seeking to kick-start their journey in the Salesforce ecosystem. #SpiritofGivingBack #BeAMultiplier #SheforceWIT
Mani is the founder of Apphienz, a Registered Salesforce Consulting Partner. She has been a part of the Salesforce Ohana for over 18 years. The name of the company is derived from Apphi (Greek word for incremental) and Enz (Latin word for essentials). Apphienz was founded with a mission to be the instrumental tool to support small to mid-sized businesses and nonprofits to manage their Salesforce platform as a trusted partner, while the organization focuses on growing their business.
Mani strongly believes in giving back to the community. She has always worked on empowering women by means of education, help them get jobs, set up their businesses, attain a money-making skill, within the Salesforce Ohana and outside. Currently, Mani is working on an initiative where she can help more women get trained in the Salesforce ecosystem and help them find jobs.
Kieren Jameson leads the team that helps empower the people who write for Trailhead. Her team edits content, builds tools to convert and release content, and codes the checks behind each challenge. She's worked in tech ops and web development within the education field for over 25 years and is passionate about user education, and especially about moving non-traditional techies further down the technical path. In 2015 she co-founded RAD Women, a free coding school for women admins wanting to code on the Salesforce Platform. She blogs at womencodeheroes.com with articles for admins learning to code.