Whether you are attending the Trailblazer Bootcamp or want to learn from those that did, join us for an evening of learning and networking. The event is open to anyone that attended the bootcamp or want to learn/network with nonprofits.
The event will be held outdoors if the weather is good. If the weather is raining, we will hold the event inside at the same venue.
Please choose a ticket time the more closely aligns with when you arrive. Regardless of when you arrive, you are welcome to stay to the end of the event.
If you are interested in attending the bootcamp from March 13 through 17, please visit the bootcamp page or Trailblazer Community Washington DC Bootcamp group.
The event will be held outside if the weather is good at Stadium Sports Bar Smokehouse. If the weather is raining, we will hold the event inside at the same venue Stadium Sports Bar Smokehouse.
This event will follow Washington DC Covid regulations at the time of the event.
Pew Charitable Trusts
Associate Manager, CRM Application
World Food Program USA
Director, Information Systems
The Pew Charitable Trusts
Salesforce MVP and Data Projects Manager
Salesforce certified Advanced Administrator and Platform App Builder. I currently volunteer as one of the Salesforce Washington DC Nonprofit User Group leaders. Certifications: Salesforce Advanced Administrator, Platform App Builder and Force.com Developer ( certification retired April 2018). Salesforce Clouds and Products: Sales Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Platform, External Identity and Community Cloud. Salesforce Applications: Demand Tools, Dataloader.io, Apex Data Loader, Lightning for Gmail Salesforce/MDR, Form Assembly. Specialties: Salesforce, Salesforce.com, Force.com Customization, Process Builder, Workflows, Reports and Dashboards, Force.com, CRM, Business Analysis, Standard and Custom Objects, Standard and Custom Fields, Profiles, Permission Sets, Roles, Sharing Settings, Lightning Experience, Lightning App Builder, Page Layouts, Record Types, Chatter and AppExchange.
As Director of Information Systems, Ebenezer Dadzie leads World Food Program USA’s Information Technology and Information Systems operations to support business needs. Prior to joining WFP USA, Ebenezer was the IT Manager for ActionAid Ghana, his native country. Ebenezer also served as the Head of Internet Access Engineers at Network Computer Systems, the first Internet service provider in sub-Saharan Africa.
Ebenezer generously gives his time to helping his Church's children's ministry in building a solid Christian foundation by loving, teaching, and nurturing to ignite their lifelong passion for Christian living.
Ebenezer is a PTR Certified Coach for children 10 & Under, youth, an avid tennis player and cherishes family time.
Charise began using Salesforce in 2006. She has over 10 years of product expertise as a data-savvy consultant, business analyst, and architect helping nonprofits and enterprises optimize ROI and generate social impact. Her volunteer efforts focus on supporting women transitioning careers to Salesforce and tech as well as helping women already in tech thrive.