On Tuesday, April 2, Salesforce announced 47 new 2019 Salesforce MVPs. 7Summits is proud to announce that Gloria Ramchandani, Director of Business Analysis, is a member of this new class. Gloria joins Phil Weinmeister and Jarrod Kingston to bring 7Summits’ total number of Salesforce MVPs to three.
“It is extremely exciting to welcome Gloria to the Salesforce MVP program as part of the 2019 class! Gloria has been very involved in the WiT community in the Atlanta area and has shared her knowledge with many others at various user groups and community events over the past few years. Not only is it great to see her being recognized for her participation in the ecosystem, it’s also awesome to now have three Salesforce MVPs at 7Summits,” said Phil Weinmeister, 7Summits’ Vice President of Product Management and long-time Salesforce MVP.
As shared by Salesforce in their announcement, “Salesforce MVPs are nominated by the community for exceptional contributions and commitment to helping others succeed. And they truly shine because it’s clear they do so much to help the community learn Salesforce, connect, have fun, and give back together.”
“I am excited to welcome Gloria to the club! She is always educating, mentoring, and helping others at Salesforce and user group events. I know she was very much involved with the YearUp program in Atlanta and mentored a recent graduate to expose to them the Salesforce ecosystem. Activities like this make her a standout MVP,” said Jarrod Kingston, 7Summits’ Director of Solution Engineering and fellow MVP.
Salesforce MVPs help millions of customers thrive by sharing their knowledge, leadership, and creativity within the Trailblazer Community. Salesforce MVP status is awarded for a one-year period. Each following year, MVP status is reviewed and extended based on their current contributions. New MVP classes will be welcomed once per year, and anyone can nominate an MVP during the once-yearly nomination period.
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