Hi and thank you for checking out The Everyday Admin! This blog isn’t really about me; it’s about you and supporting your Salesforce journey. In case you are interested, here’s a little bit about me and my Salesforce experience…
Like a lot of us in the Ohana, I’m a typical “accidental Admin”. I was working in sales support when my company decided to get a new CRM tool. We chose Salesforce and the rest is history. Learning to set Salesforce up was like a baptism of fire but I was in love. I quickly decided I wanted Salesforce to be my new career. I don’t have an IT background so I love that this ‘point and click’ tool grants me access to amazing functionality without having to write a single line of code.
Based in Bristol UK, I work as a full time Salesforce Administrator for an End User. I’m a certified Administrator and Platform App Builder, and am working towards my Sales Cloud Consultant and Advanced Administrator certifications. If you’re also interested in the Advanced Admin then you should join my community group here!
I’ve been using the Salesforce platform since 2014 and have almost 2 years experience in Lightning. As part of the Salesforce Lightning Champions program, my aim is to help you uncover the fantastic declarative capabilities available to you. You can check out the current Lightning Champions here!
Inspired by Salesforce’s philosophy of giving back, I spend a lot of time contributing on the Answers Community and am a mentor and guest trainer for the awesome Salesforce Supermum’s program.
InspireEast – 19th October 2018
French Touch Dreamin’ – 15th November 2018
Ottawa Salesforce User Group – 21st February 2019
Got a suggestion for a blog or a topic you would like me to cover? No problem, drop me a line via the ‘Contact’ tab or send me a tweet! If your request aligns with the aims of The Everyday Admin (i.e. no code, useful tips for Admins) then I’d love to write about it.
Got a burning desire to write a blog post or share a tip but don’t want to set up your own website? I’m open to guest posts as long as they are aimed at declarative Admins. So think time saving tips and videos or real world scenarios and tutorials.