In honor of Women's History Month, here are some of the leading voices of change from Salesforce employees around the world. Learn more about their career stories, and how we can all work towards a more equitable & equal future.
Taking the ‘win as a team’ culture beyond Salesforce Quyen Chang’s Salesforce story starts before she graduated college. She attended a career fair at Santa Clara University. While at the…
As the parent of a child who is hard of hearing, Salesforce exec Mike Wolff is an active supporter of mentorship and disability inclusion.
Sunny Potter, Salesforce's Senior Director of Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) has catapulted her career over the past seven years. Read her story to learn the surprising ways she's stretched herself, and to discover what traits you need to thrive on our Finance & Strategy team.
Thinking about changing industries? Check out Keran’s journey to solution engineering at Salesforce — and how his role energizes him beyond the workday.
Dana Furman was hungry for growth when she joined Salesforce as a Program Architect. In little over a year, she’s used her new platform to support families coping with pediatric cancer and inspire women to join tech.
Did you know Salesforce can be found throughout Latin America? Hear from employees about our growth in the region and what makes Salesforce such a special place to work.
During Salesforce’s annual racial equality summit — Representation Matters — which empowers, inspires, and elevates Black, Latinx, and Indigenous communities in tech while sharing how we can all drive Racial Equality.
Amanda Hall shares her amazing career story and the journey she's taken to become an Employee Success Business Partner at Salesforce.