Leading Salesforce Expert Joins Computer Futures
LONDON, UK, Jan 22, 2019 – Computer Futures, the specialist tech recruitment arm of UK-based SThree plc, has announced the appointment of Salesforce specialist, Stephanie Herrera.
As the new Global Vice President of Salesforce Practice for Computer Futures, Stephanie is a key appointment and will co-lead the recruiter’s work in its mission to become the leading supplier of Salesforce professionals to organisations across the world.
Dave Rees, Chief Sales Officer for SThree, said: “We are delighted to have been able to attract someone of Stephanie’s calibre to join us at Computer Futures. Computer Futures is committed to becoming the number one Salesforce recruiter. Stephanie’s experience of this platform is second to none and will ensure we can deliver the best possible service and expertise to our clients and candidates working in Salesforce.”
Stephanie’s list of achievements and contribution to the Salesforce Ohana is incredibly impressive and has led to her being named a Salesforce MVP. In 2015, she founded Salesforce Saturdays – which helps grow individual skill sets through peer mentorship within the Salesforce platform – and that has now grown to 50 new chapters across the globe. She is on the Board of Directors for the Merivis Foundation, which helps veterans and their partners into a career in Salesforce. In 2016 she was shortlisted as a finalist for Mentor of the Year in Austin’s Under 40 Awards, and in 2017 Stephanie and her co-founders of PepUp Tech were given the TrailheaDX Equality Trailblazer Award by Salesforce.
Stephanie Herrera, Global Vice President of Salesforce Practice for Computer Futures, said: “I’m really excited to have joined Computer Futures and the wider SThree group. From my first meeting with the team, I could see the company cares about our people, our clients and is passionate about building the future of IT. That ethos fits very well with my story and my goals and I am confident we can build on our reputation as a leading tech recruitment company across the world.”