We’re Announcing the 2019 Class of Salesforce MVPs!

We’re Announcing the 2019 Class of Salesforce MVPs! 

Each year, the entire Salesforce community comes together to nominate the year’s class of MVPs. It is everyone’s way of saying thank you for the outstanding men and women who go out of their way to share their knowledge and expertise to others who need it.

This year’s Class of Salesforce MVPs is no different. They are exemplary Trailblazers and they very much deserve to be recognized.

The 2019 Class of Salesforce MVPs

Here is this year’s list of Salesforce MVPs. Say hi and ohana to them:

  • Angela Adams

  • Mark Adcock

  • Kumiko Akimoto

  • Sarah Amin

  • Steve Baines

  • Radhika Bansal

  • Rupesh Bhatia

  • Lara Black

  • Jennifer Bowen

  • James Browne

  • Kishore B T

  • Barbara Christensen

  • Brendan Conroy

  • John Daniel

  • Gemma Emmett

  • Aldo Fernandez

  • Julio Diego Barrado Fernandez

  • Bill Florio

  • Greg Gifford

  • Pedro Manuel Molina Gomez

  • Esteve Graells

  • Marisa Hambleton

  • Melanie Head

  • Tom Hoffman

  • Martin Humpolec

  • Joy Shutters-Helbing

  • Umair Ilyas

  • Brian Karcinski

  • Squire Kershner

  • Amnon Kruvi

  • Tami Lau

  • Marisa Lopez

  • Anna Loughnan

  • Scott Luikart

  • Chamil Madusanka

  • Ben McCarthy

  • Jenna Molby

  • Gloria Ramchandani

  • Jeremy Ross

  • Bhavana Singh

  • Maya Peterson

  • Matthew Poe

  • Charly Prinsloo

  • Shrey Sharma

  • Houssam Saoudy

  • LeAndria Streeter

  • Shinya Yamada

  • Sandi Nuss Zellner

What It Means To Be Part of That List?

The main thing about an MVP is all about sharing. An MVP is one who is not only a product expert but is one that shares their proficiency so that others may grow like them.

A Salesforce MVP has the following characteristics:

  1. Generosity – they genuinely and graciously help others to succeed involved in the Salesforce environment.

  2. Advocacy – they advocate the company’s core values which are equality, innovation, growth, and trust.

  3. Leadership – an MVP is one that always on the lookout for opportunities to innovate. Not only that, in this endeavour they also lead the way so that others may follow in their footsteps.

  4. Expertise – they have a strong understanding of all the products in Salesforce.

Invitation

Next year’s MVP nomination is now open. If you have a Trailblazer whom you would like to nominate then now is the time to vouch for them. See details on how you can do that by clicking here.

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