The Jacksonville Salesforce Trailblazer Community Group will be holding our April 2019 meeting at the Wounded Warrior Project (Lunch will be provided). The meeting session will include a review of Wounded Warrior's recently deployed Standardization Project and a deep dive into Lightning Actions across Lightning record pages, objects and Salesforce communities.. The review of the Wounded Warrior Project will be led by one of our group members, Rhadisha Davis, who works for Wounded Warrior Project. Plus, we will have updates on our Florida Dreamin', Pre-planning for Dreamforce, the Community Group and of course our swag raffles/giveaways.
Wounded Warrior Project
Sr Salesforce Administrator / Technical Lead / Team Lead
Passionate, highly qualified and solutions-driven Salesforce Program Manager and IT Sr. Salesforce Lead with 15+ years of valuable experience. Regarded as a subject matter expert (SME), trusted advisor and liaison with a strong background in Salesforce that supports organizational decision-making processes.
Big picture thinker and proactive team leader who takes pride in ownership, ensuring timely delivery of results. Analytical professional who routinely identifies gaps in processes, especially in the area of data integrity, and then establishes improvements that support long-term organizational success. Quickly establishes rapport and builds relationships with all personnel levels within the organization to assess on-going needs and to identify inefficiencies in Salesforce processes.
Adam Haas is a Salesforce Consultant for Coastal Cloud whose background is in Sales Cloud, Higher Education, and Non-Profit Solutions. Prior to working for Coastal Cloud, Adam worked in the Non-Profit Sector and Higher Education for 15 years. He received a Bachelor's/Graduate degree from Rutger's University.