How to enable MFA and roll it out to users by the February 2022 deadline.
About this event
Beginning February 1, 2022, Salesforce will require customers to use MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) to access Salesforce products. This will enhance the security of your Salesforce user accounts. Join us as we go through the steps to enable MFA and roll out the new log-in procedure to users.
Danielle brings two decades of experience in corporate and marketing communications to The Freshwater Trust. She began working with TFT as the Marketing Manager for Ecosystem Services. Her role continues to expand as she leads on marketing and communicating TFT’s consulting and analysis services and program-related communications in Oregon, Idaho, and California. She also co-leads a local nonprofit user group focused on Salesforce NPSP. Previously, Danielle worked with YSI Inc., a top-tier water instrumentation company, got her start at a boutique graphic design agency, and served on the boards of several chapters of the International Association of Business Communicators. She holds a bachelor’s degree in visual communication design and master’s degree in English, rhetoric and composition from the University of Dayton in Ohio. Outside the office, Danielle enjoys cooking and baking, running, and reading.
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2x Salesforce Certified Administrator. Born and raised in the Portland Metro area. I have a passion for helping nonprofits succeed with Salesforce.