Join us for a discussion of how Interlochen Center for the Arts uses Salesforce to drive and track their front-line fundraising culminating in the largest capital campaign in the organization’s history. You’ll come away with a short list of relatively simple customizations that can help drive results and adoption from your fundraising team, no matter the size of your organization.
Salesforce MVPs from Michigan, Margaret and Michael, are in Montreal to share with nonprofit community the story of Interlochen Center for the Arts and how the IT department runs it all on Salesforce.
A Salesforce MVP is an exceptional individual within the Salesforce community recognized for their leadership, knowledge, and ongoing community contributions.
Michigan Nonprofit User Group
Interlochen Center for the Arts
Assistant Director of IT
Margaret helped Interlochen to implement Salesforce.com for the Office of Admission & Financial Aid in 2011 and has been co-administering the Salesforce org since then. She became a Salesforce.com Certified Administrator in 2014 and a Certified Force.com Developer in 2015 (now Platform App Builder). She is a co-leader of the Michigan Nonprofit Community Group and has been a Salesforce MVP since 2016.
Interlochen Center for the Arts, a fairly big operation, so over time we’ve grown our own IT development team and found AppExchange partners and apps to the point where almost everything we do is on or connected to the Salesforce platform: fundraising, enrolment, ticket sales, student billing, and lots in between, even HR. Michael is a co-leader of the Traverse City (Michigan) Nonprofit Community Group and has been a Salesforce MVP since 2017.
Montreal Nonprofit User Group Leader
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