Join Salesforce Community Groups from Oakland, Sunnyvale, Pacifica, & San Francisco as we gather and come together IN PERSON again this holiday season.
We will have an indoor/outdoor space (covered patio with heaters) in San Francisco, just minutes away from Montgomery BART Station.
We'll provide appetizers and tapas. You'll need to buy your own cocktails and drinks.
Since we will be meeting in person in San Francisco, we will be following any current health policies in effect at the time of the event.
We would like to thank OwnBackup for their continued support of the Salesforce Trailblazer Community, and especially for those of us here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Their assistance helps make this event possible.
Common Sense Media
Director, Salesforce Solutions Architect
Principal, Salesforce Consulting
Salesforce CPQ Consultant & San Francisco Admin Group Co-leader
Project Manager & San Francisco Admin Co-Leader
Sr Principal Strategy Consultant
Salesforce Project Manager & Oakland User Group Co-leader
Development Consulting Partners
Salesforce Consultant, 2x Certified Salesforce Professional, Business Analyst, & Oakland User Group Co-leader
Common Sense Media
Business Solutions Designer & Oakland User Group Co-leader
Gordon Lee is the Salesforce Solutions Architect at Common Sense, a nonprofit dedicated to helping kids and parents thrive in a world of increasing media and technology use. A native San Franciscan, first-generation Chinese-American, and 12-year addict of the Salesforce ecosystem, Gordon started off as an Accidental Admin and has never looked back. His passion is helping nonprofits focus on strategy, not tasks, and he believes that in order to empower others, you first have to empower yourself. His favorite Salesforce mascot is Astro, but he has been told it should be Codey by his wife, who shares the same name.
Jessica is a 5x certified Salesforce consultant at Dayspring Technologies, a Social Purpose Corporation based in San Francisco. She came to consulting after working in various roles at nonprofits such as United Way of the Bay Area and the USC Shoah Foundation. As a consultant, she has completed many NPSP implementations and is passionate about building thoughtful solutions and long-term relationships with her clients.