Working from the Salesforce HeadQuarter in San Francisco

What an eventful week at Salesforce in San Francisco!

It was an honour to represent Earthforce at the Global Equality Leadership Summit hosted by Tony Prophet’s team, to learn from, share and collaborate with the Office of Equality and our different Employee Resource Groups. Paula Goldman shared her vision for Salesforce’s Office of Ethical and Humane Use and we got to participate in a powerful session with Joanna Bloor about big ideas, branding and how to make potential visible.

It’s been so energising, to re-connect with colleagues and make new connections among our wonderful colleagues. A huge thank you to Patrick Flynn and Ari Alexander for spending time with Cathleen Cordoba, Lindsey Peterson and myself to share insights into the work of Salesforce’s sustainability team and where we’re going with Sustainability Cloud.

I am enormously grateful for this amazing opportunity, it’s been one of the highlights of my 5 years with Salesforce! What a treat to celebrate my anniversary at the mothership🎖


Here’s a selfie snapshot from one of our awesome breakout groups 🙂

On the weekend I finally get some time to wander the city and re-discover some of the many quirky neighbourhoods that give Fog City its wonderful, characteristic diversity!

Of course, I also went to JapanTown, I always do, when I’m in town … I have never been to Japan and so this place in San Francisco feels magic to me 🙂

On the weekend, before heading back to Sydney I take the BART public transport across the bay to explore Oakland and Lake Merritt, meet up with a childhood friend, her baby and a couple of friends.

What a beautifully sunny week to visit San Francisco! Thank you


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