7Summits Salutes Its Five Lightning Champions

As 7Summits embarks on our second decade, we continue to receive both local and national recognition celebrating our company-wide accomplishments. Distinctions like the Best and Brightest awards and being named one of Milwaukee’s Best Places to Work spotlight our employee-centered culture, while appearing on lists by Consulting Magazine, Inc. Magazine and the Milwaukee Business Journal recognizes our unprecedented growth. 

In addition to these organizational awards, 7Summits is fortunate to be able to celebrate the many achievements of individual employees as well. With the list of new Salesforce Lightning Champions being announced, we are proud to celebrate the five Sherpas who represent us in this prestigious program:

               Alan Kinsley
          Solutions Architect

             Brian Poulsen
Director, Frontend Development

               Cece Adams
             Business Analyst

            Chris Whitehead
           Sr. Business Analyst

       7Summits’ Champions

             Quinn McPhail
           Frontend Developer

Lightning Champions are recognized for their hard work and dedication to sharing their expertise on activating Lightning Experience or developing Lightning apps. As members of the program, each Champion completes a quarterly activity related to Salesforce Lightning. These can include speaking at conferences, holding office hours, leading workshops, organizing events, writing blogs, and more. 

Having five Lightning Champions is a significant feat for a company our size, which reflects 7Summits’ dedication to fostering a workplace that attracts and retains top industry talent. It is our people who create our innovative, experience-driven solutions and allow us to continue to reach new heights in 2020. Congratulations to Alan, Brian, Cece, Chris and Quinn on this achievement, and we look forward to watching them share their Lightning expertise throughout the Salesforce ecosystem!

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