With a background in activism, organizing, and environmentalism, I know what it's like working at resource-constrained organizations trying to do big things with low overhead. I also have watched a lot of organizations scale fast and try to help everyone I work with learn from past successes and failures.
I try to help my clients understand that a database implementation isn't just moving spreadsheets around, but a significant organizational development opportunity. Asking "where do we want to be five years from now?" is fun and exciting, but it's also important. Technology isn't going to solve all the world's problems, but if it makes those problem-solving efforts a little easier, then it's my pleasure to play a small part in that.
What’s something you like about the Salesforce technology?
Giving nonprofits the same tools as major companies is a fun and fascinating puzzle to solve. How do we leverage this opportunity for maximum benefit without getting in over our heads?
Why do you like working for KELL?
I love that KELL's culture is focused on the areas where discipline matters, and flexible on everything else. We're big on feedback, kindness, and helping out, and low on drama.