In November's first in person Boston Salesforce Admin Group meeting in 2.5 years, more than half of attendees raised their hand to share that it was their first in-person meeting ever in the Salesforce community! Based on this reality and the many first Salesforce job related questions we received during and after the event, we thought to invite three amazing community members who have successfully started or transitioned into Salesforce careers in the past 2-3 years to share their experiences on a panel. Our panel will be made up of Tony Kirumba, Salesforce Consultant at Baobab Partners, Jessica Mills, Salesforce Consultant at Fast Slow Motion, and Charles Fosbroke, Salesforce Military Ambassador and Boston Admin Co-leader. Bring your questions and also your own experiences to share with the group. We hope that you can join us!
Boston Salesforce Admin Group Co-leader
Fast Slow Motion
Charles is a U.S. Army National Guard Veteran and a Bronze Star Medal recipient. He was an expert in logistics and supply chain before retiring from the military and beginning his Salesforce journey. He volunteers as a Salesforce Essentials Advisor, serves as a Salesforce Military Ambassador and participates as an adult leader in the Cub Scouts of America.
Jessica is currently a Salesforce Consultant at Fast Slow Motion. Her Trailblazer journey started during her second month of college when she was a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder where she co-founded the first-ever Salesforce Student Group in the world. Jessica volunteers as a Salesforce Administrator for two nonprofits and serves as a mentor for the Salesforce Trailblazer Mentorship program and the Salesforce Fundamentals Cohort program.
Tony graduated from Dartmouth College in 2020 with a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering degree. He's worked for Baobab Partners for four years, starting off as their internal admin, moving to Salesforce architect, and now on to Salesforce consulting. He picked up three Salesforce certifications over the summer and recently began volunteering for the Boston Salesforce Developer Group.