Chief Adoption Officer

As chief adoption officer, Polly Sumner is responsible for customer success and ensuring that each and every customer gets maximum value from our products and services. Polly’s move to Salesforce in 2008 followed a 20-year career in executive management in the technology industry. She is a frequent contributor to entrepreneurial programs at Stanford, Sloan and Fuqua Graduate School at Duke University, and is passionate about integrating philanthropy into our business culture.

Leigh Sales

Award-winning author and journalist
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Leigh Sales is an award-winning author and journalist at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and currently anchors 7.30.

Until 2011, Leigh Sales anchored the prestigious Lateline program, interviewing major figures including Hillary Clinton, Tony Blair and Henry Kissinger.

From 2001 to 2005, she was the ABC's Washington Correspondent, covering stories including the aftermath of September 11, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the 2004 Presidential election and Hurricane Katrina.

From 2006 to 2008, Leigh was the ABC's National Security Correspondent, before joining Lateline. In 2005, Leigh won a Walkley Award, Australia's highest journalism honour, for her coverage of Guantanamo Bay and the case of David Hicks. Detainee 002 was released to widespread critical and commercial success in 2007, winning the prestigious George Munster Award for Independent Journalism for its assiduous investigation, quality writing and balanced reporting. The New York Review of Books lauded Detainee 002 for revealing new information about US policy at Guantanamo Bay. Australian reviewers described the book as astutely paced and absorbing (The Melbourne Age) and emasterfully done, scrupulously fair and forensically accurate (The Australian Literary Review). Leigh's writing has been published in The Monthly, The Bulletin, The Australian, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Diplomat. One of her essays was included in The Best Australian Political Writing of 2007. Her second book, On Doubt, was published in 2009 as part of Melbourne University Publishing's Little Books on Big Ideas series.

Leigh is a sought after public speaker and has appeared at the Lowy Institute for International Policy, the Sydney Institute, the National Press Club, the Australian Institute of International Affairs and the Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne Writers Festivals.

She has a Masters in International Relations and a Bachelors in Journalism.

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Lisa Wilkinson

Co-Host Today Show, and Editor-at-Large
The Huffington Post Australia

For more than three decades, Lisa Wilkinson has blazed an unprecedented trail through the Australian media landscape, initially in publishing, then on radio and now in television and online. In every forum she has achieved extraordinary success and earned widespread respect.

As co-host of the Nine Network’s Today Show for more than nine years, and in August 2015 adding the role of Editor-At-Large of The Huffington Post Australia – after being personally approached by co-founder Arianna Huffington – Lisa Wilkinson is truly in a field of her own.

Elizabeth Broderick

Elizabeth Broderick was appointed for a five year term as Sex Discrimination Commissioner in September 2007. This term was extended for a further two years to September 2014. She was also the Commissioner responsible for Age Discrimination from September 2007 until July 2011.

During her term, she has been committed to improving gender equality through her advocacy in preventing violence against women and sexual harassment, improving lifetime economic security for women, balancing paid work and unpaid caring responsibilities, promoting women's representation in leadership and strengthening gender equality laws, monitoring and agencies.

Elizabeth has been a key advocate for Australia's national paid parental leave scheme, and domestic violence reform. She has championed the changes to the ASX Corporate Governance Principles to increase the number of women at decision making level, and she has worked with the Australian Government to strengthen gender equality laws and agencies.

Elizabeth represents Australia in the United Nations every year and has facilitated the attendance of marginalized Australian women as key advocates to address issues such as alcohol abuse and domestic violence.

In April 2011, the Government appointed Elizabeth, as Australia's Sex Discrimination Commissioner, to lead the Commission's Review into the Treatment of Women in the Australian Defence Force Academy and the Australian Defence Force. She tabled her report in the Parliament in August 2012.

Elizabeth is a member of the World Bank's Advisory Council on Gender and Development, a member of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Advisory Board, the Vic Health Advisory Board and Supply Nation.

Prior to her appointment, Elizabeth was a partner and board member at Blake Dawson. She developed the firm's business case for flexibility in the workplace. Her efforts contributed to creating a workplace where more than 20 percent of the law firm's workforce now uses flexible work arrangements.

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American futurist, innovator, author, and Silicon Valley Luminary
SVP, Global Government Relations and Strategic Planning

Peter Schwartz is an American futurist, innovator, author, and co-founder of the Global Business Network (GBN), a corporate strategy firm, specializing in future-think and scenario planning. As of October 2011, he now serves as Senior Vice President Strategic Planning for Salesforce. Schwartz has written several books on a variety of future-oriented topics. His first book, The Art of the Long View was voted the best all time book on the future by the Association of Professional Futurists and is used as a textbook by many business schools. He has also worked as a consultant on several movies, including Minority Report, Deep Impact, Sneakers, and War Games.


“The Sales Hunter”

Mark Hunter, “The Sales Hunter,” is author of High-Profit Selling: Win the Sale Without Compromising on Price. He is a sales expert who speaks to thousands each year on how to increase their sales profitability. He was named one of the Top 50 Influencers in Sales by Top Sales World. To receive a free weekly sales tip and read his Sales Motivation Blog, visit www.TheSalesHunter.com. You can also follow him on Twitter, on Facebook and on LinkedIn.


Senior Executive Advisor

Jonathan Tabah is a Senior Executive Advisor at CEB, where he manages the Sales Leadership Council in Australia & New Zealand, and is CEB’s leading B2B Sales research specialist for the region. Jonathan’s background includes B2B & B2C Research, Sales, and Consulting roles across New York and Sydney. He holds a bachelors in Research Psychology and Business Marketing from California State University.


Social Evangelist

Jill Rowley is a sales professional trapped in a marketer’s body. She eats failure for breakfast so she can dine on success for dinner. During her 20+ year career, she spent six years in consulting, 13 years as a top-performing rep in software sales at Salesforce.com and Eloqua, a year designing and deploying a global social selling program at Oracle, and is now evangelizing social selling internationally while also advising numerous technology startups.

Andrew Stevens

Andrew Stevens is a Non Executive Director Male Champions of Change.

Andrew is the Chair of Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre Ltd, a Director of MYOB Group Limited, Thorn Group Australia Limited, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, the Greater Western Sydney GIANTS AFL Club, and CEDA. He is an Honorary Member of the Business Council of Australia and is also a member of the Advisory Executive of the UNSW School of Business.

Andrew is a member the Male Champions of Change, a group of CEOs and Company Directors working to make gender equality a reality. He is also a member of the Chief of the Australian Defence Force’s Gender Equality Advisory Board.

Janelle Weissman

Executive Director
UN Women National Committee Australia

Since 1997, Janelle has worked to strengthen social justice organisations tackling issues from empowering women through to supporting people with HIV/AIDS. From 2003-2007, she served as Executive Director of Social Venture Partners Boulder County (SVP), and the Rita and Harold Divine Foundation. As a part of the global SVP network, she facilitated grantmaking, coordinated capacity building projects, and provided training to nonprofits and donors alike to help increase their impact on communities. At the Rita and Harold Divine Foundation, she worked across generations to develop and implement a grantmaking strategy to support organisations building bridges to promote peace and coexistence around the world.

Since taking on the role of Fundraising and Deputy Executive Director for UN Women National Committee Australia in 2014, funds raised to support UN Women programs to empower and protect women have nearly doubled, with $750,000 contributed to UN Women in 2015. Janelle is delighted to be appointed in the role of Executive Director for UN Women National Committee Australia from April 2016.

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Craig Keary

Director, Australian & New Zealand Clients
AMP Capital

Craig Keary joined AMP Capital in February 2012, and is based in the company’s Sydney office. In 2015, he commenced in the role of Director, Australian & New Zealand Clients, with responsibility for all of AMP Capital’s client-facing activity in Australia and New Zealand, covering the institutional and corporate, retail, SMSF and self-directed businesses. Craig additionally serves as a member of the AMP Capital Executive Committee. He previously held the Head of Retail Business position at AMP Capital. In this role, he was charged with leading the company’s new retail business, to better meet the needs of the adviser networks across AMP and the former AXA business. Craig joined AMP Capital from Westpac, where he was Head of Sales for Westpac Investment Bank.

Craig has more than 26 years of financial services experience. His contributions to the financial services industry have included chairing the Securities and Derivatives Industry Association Direct Broking Group and the Conference Committee. Craig is a former member of the ASX’s disciplinary tribunal and additionally lectures in the Master of Applied Finance programme at Kaplan.

In addition, Craig is a member of the UWS School of Business Research and Higher Degrees Committee, the CSIRO Stakeholder Superannuation Research Cluster Committee, and the Funds Management Reference Group for the Australian Centre for Financial Studies.

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Christophe Eymery

Head of Digital & Media
L'Oréal Australia & New Zealand

Christophe Eymery is an MBA graduate from ESCP Paris, AIT Bangkok and Monash University, Melbourne. Christophe is in charge of all paid and owned Media at L’Oréal ANZ supported by a team of experts across Media, CRM and Consumer Affairs.

He has previously worked with Renault in Australia & New Zealand. After four years, he moved agency side to run the Digital Media Business of ZenithOptimedia in Melbourne, servicing clients such as NAB, Honda, Nestle, Victoria Government and University of Melbourne for five years.

With a firm grasp of Digital Marketing, he shifted back to the client side in 2013, returning to his initial roots at L’Oreal and oversee digital development for the Leader in Beauty’s portfolio of 25 brands in Australia and New Zealand.

He has been delivering presentations in key industry forums in Australia and the USA in the past two years, such as ad:tech in Sydney, Dreamforce in San Francisco and Connections in New York.

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Tien-Ti Mak

Chief Technology Officer
Australia Post

Tien-Ti is the Chief Technology Officer at Australia Post. He is currently helping to drive customer led innovation through corporate venturing, a lean start-up mindset, and the exploration of emerging technologies. Previously, he had responsibility for setting and driving enterprise wide information, digital and technology strategy to ensure that the desired business and customer outcomes were achieved.

Tien-Ti acts as a bridge between business, technology and customer perspectives. He constantly searches for better ways to solve problems, or better problems to solve. He has over two decades of experience and has played key transformational roles across a variety of industries including telecommunications, insurance, superannuation, banking, government and logistics.

Prior to his current role, Tien-Ti had a successful career in consulting with Accenture and The Customer Experience Company.

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Adrian Turner

CEO, Data61

Adrian is the CEO of Data61, a CSIRO entity that is the largest data innovation group in Australia.

He is a highly successful and influential Australian technology entrepreneur who has spent 18 years in Silicon Valley. Most recently he was Managing Director and Co-Founder of Borondi Group, a holding company focused on the intersection of pervasive computing, platform economics and traditionally conservative industries.

Prior to this, Adrian was co-founder and CEO of smart phone and Internet of Things security company Mocana Corporation, had profit and loss responsibility for Philips Electronics connected devices infrastructure, and was Chairman of the Board for Australia’s expat network, Advance.org. He is a member of Accenture’s Technology Vision External Advisory Board, World Economic Forum IoT working group and is also a member of the UTS Sydney: Business School Advisory Board.

He is regarded as a thought leader on entrepreneurialism, Internet of Things and the impact of network connectivity on business economics. He authored the eBook BlueSky Mining – Building Australia’s Next Billion Dollar Industries.

Adrian is a UTS graduate and has completed the Executive Program for Managing Growth Companies at Stanford University.

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Vanessa Hudson

Executive Manager Customer & Commercial Relationships

Vanessa Hudson recently returned to Australia to take on the role of Executive Manager Customer & Commercial Relationships at Qantas. With a career spanning just over 20 years in the Airline Industry, Vanessa has held a diverse range of senior commercial, customer, operational and financial positions across the Qantas business.

Most recently Vanessa was Qantas’ Senior Executive Vice President, The Americas, where she was responsible for all aspects of Qantas’ commercial operations for the United States, Canada and South America. This wide knowledge base and experience has her well poised to lead The America’s region into the future with a keen eye on the customer and profitability.

Prior to her current appointment, Vanessa served as the company’s Executive Manager of Commercial Planning in Sydney, accountable for strategy development, network planning, revenue management and securing vital airport infrastructure, serving both the Domestic and International business divisions. She was instrumental in the development and management of the Airbus A380 product, introduction of Premium Economy and the Domestic next generation check-in product, as well as the flagship first class lounges in Sydney, Melbourne and London, during her 5 year tenure as Executive Manager of Product and Services.

Born and raised in Australia, Vanessa attended the University of Technology earning a Business degree in accounting and finance and successfully completed her Chartered Accounting qualifications in 1994 with Deloitte.

Vanessa currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Henry and two daughters Claire and Isabel. She has a passion for good food and wine, the company of friends and family, and skiing.

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Rohan Workman

Director of the Melbourne Accelerator Program
the University of Melbourne

Rohan is passionate about entrepreneurship and its capacity to creatively solve problems in a sustainable manner that creates wealth for founders, employees and our nation.

Currently the Director of the Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) and the Director of Entrepreneurial Programs, Carlton Connect Initiative at the University of Melbourne, Rohan oversees MAP and plays a critical role in establishing and nurturing programs to leverage the unique assets of the University to create new ventures. In 2015 Swedish research firm UBI Global ranked MAP the 8th best program of its kind in the world from over 1200 programs in 64 countries.

Prior to joining the University of Melbourne, Rohan worked in a boutique corporate advisory firm where he gained experience in industries including telecommunications, logistics, manufacturing and property before he left to start his own business.

Rohan is a co-founder and current Director of RosterCloud, which provides HR management software to companies across Australia.

Rohan received a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Melbourne and you can follow him on Twitter at @Roh_Workman and can be heard regularly as a guest on the BBC World Service.

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Shelley Laslett

General Manager of Innovation
York Butter Factory

Shelley is York Butter Factory’s (YBF) General Manager of Innovation. Shelley works with YBF’s corporate partners to activate their startup engagement strategies and design their innovation processes, products and services to support their broader strategic objectives.

YBF is a curated co-working space, incubation lab and open innovation platform for Melbourne's high-potential early-stage technology entrepreneurs and progressive corporate organisations. Some of YBF’s partners include: Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ Bank), IBM, Dentsu Aegis Network, Qantas, Ernst & Young (EY) and Salesforce.com. Shelley also plays an active role in YBF’s HealthTech thematic.

Prior to being at YBF, Shelley was a strategy consultant for Accenture UK and KPMG Australia with technical experience in; innovation, customer, culture, and digital initiatives. Shelley has worked across the Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA), United Kingdom and Australia New Zealand (ANZ) regions with some of the following clients: Sky PLC, The Walk Disney Company, Royal Dutch Shell, Bupa ANZ and Lloyds Banking Group.

Outside of YBF, Shelley is also a Fitness Instructor, Life Coach and health and wellness advocate.

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Marek Rucinski

Managing Director
Accenture Digital

Marek Rucinski is a Managing Director at Accenture, and the ANZ Lead for Accenture Analytics practice and a Marketing and Analytics evangelist at heart.

Marek has seen and took part and drove the evolution of the Marketing and Analytics capabilities for around 20 years in Australia, and multiple Asian and global clients across Retail, Telco, Consumer Goods and Financial Services sectors.

His current passion centres on helping clients change the role of the Marketing and Analytics functions and capabilities in Digital and Data age to one that is more effective in leveraging insights and truly at the centre of the customer experience and more capable in regards to acting on data driven insights.

Marek has an MBA from Australian Graduate School of Management, as well as a Bachelor of Business with Marketing major from University of Technology in Sydney.

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Hayden Ruawai

Head of Customer Marketing

amaysim’s Head of Customer Marketing (CM), Hayden Ruawai is an experienced marketer who has a genuine empathy for customers.

Hayden drives amaysim to be an organisation that combines data-driven decisions with human insights, where the customer is at the the heart of everything it does. By focusing on the customer journey, Hayden and his team strive to ensure the customer experience is never compromised. His marketing background and extensive understanding of the customer lifecycle are key reasons for the telco’s success.

Thanks to the efforts of Hayden and his CM team, amaysim’s churn is on par with mobile service providers with 12 to 24 month lock-in contracts. amaysim's average Net Promoter Score (NPS) is in the high positive 50s, which is a feat almost unheard of in the Australian telco market. The CM team also works hard to maintain and grow amaysim’s strong customer base with campaigns and loyalty initiatives such as amaysim’s successful ‘refer a friend’ initiative.

Hayden has previously held marketing roles at St George Bank and AAPT. At St George Bank he was involved with the launch of the company’s first retail reward credit card and at AAPT was part of a leadership team who brought Wi-Fi and ADSL2+ to life.

When he’s not at the office, you’re likely to find Hayden on a sports field playing touch football, OzTag or golf all of which he plays at a representative level.

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Dr Pradeep Philip

Chief Executive Officer
Launch Vic

Dr Pradeep Philip was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Government’s new independent agency, LaunchVic, in October 2015. LaunchVic will spearhead the State’s initiatives to boost entrepreneurial and start up activity with the objective of driving Victoria’s economic performance and quality of life. Prior to LaunchVic, Pradeep held three of the Victorian Government’s most senior public servant positions. Most recently he served as the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services with an annual budget of $20 billion and 13,000 staff (2015), Secretary Department of Health (2012) and Deputy Secretary Policy and Cabinet for the Department of Premier and Cabinet (2010). Prior to State Government, Pradeep worked with Commonwealth Treasury and as Director of Policy - Office of the Prime Minister. He also lectured and tutored at the University of Queensland, Griffith University and the Australian National University.

Beau Bertoli

Joint CEO

Beau is Joint-CEO of Australia’s leading online business lender, Prospa. Bringing new thinking to old problems, the team at Prospa are changing the way businesses experience finance through smarter data, proprietary technology and unique customer experiences. Recently, Beau’s team brought together some of the largest investors in the world including The Carlyle Group, were finalists in the 2015 Telstra Business Awards and rated as Australia's fastest growing technology company in the Deloitte Fast 500.

Matt Fairhurst

CEO, Skedulo

Matt Fairhurst founded Skedulo with James Davies in 2013 with a vision of creating easy to use mobile applications and technology to manage the growing number of workers in service industries. Matt has a background in user experience and user interface design and is a graduate of the Queensland University of Technology where he studied Marketing and Management. 

Prior to founding Skedulo with James, Matt worked in a number of marketing, salesforce.com consulting and enterprise application design roles. Matt now spends his time working between Skedulo's growing engineering/product development headquarters in Brisbane, Australia and global headquarters in San Francisco.

Dr Andrew Charlton


Dr Andrew Charlton is co-founder of AlphaBeta, a leading economic analytics company based in Sydney and Singapore. He has previously worked for the United Nations and the London School of Economics. From 2008-2010, through the period of the global financial crisis, he served as senior economic advisor to the Prime Minister of Australia and Australia’s senior government official to the G20 economic summits. He received a Doctorate and Masters in Economics from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. He is the author of two books, Ozonomics (2007) and Fair Trade for All (2005), co-written with Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz. In 2011 he was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.

Ludovic Ulrich

Head of Startup Relations, Salesforce

Ludovic is head of startup relations at Salesforce where his team launch the Salesforce for Startups program. He brings 15 years of experience in technology, championing startup communities to entrepreneurs. Prior to joining Salesforce, he was VP of business development at UP Global (now TechStars), a global organization dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship, grassroots leadership and startup communities. Prior to UP Global, he served as global program director for Microsoft BizSpark, a program designed to help accelerate the success of early-stage tech startups. Follow him @ludoulrich.

Michael Milburn

Senior Vice President and General Manager
Salesforce Service Cloud

Michael Milburn is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Salesforce Service Cloud, the #1 customer service solution enabling companies to provide amazing customer service on any device, anytime, through any channel. Service Cloud is also the landslide Leader of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant in customer service. Michael is responsible for driving the innovation and direction of Service Cloud, ensuring that businesses are empowered with an all-in-one customer support platform.

Michael has held numerous roles at salesforce.com including consulting, partner enablement and productivity, as well as leading engaged communities. Previously, Michael was the Vice President of Strategy and Operations for the Salesforce Service Cloud, where he was responsible for creating business structures built for growth, scalability and customer success.

Michael comes into the role of SVP and GM of Service Cloud with more than 15 years of global experience in customer engagement strategy, CRM Design, telephony and workforce management. Prior to salesforce.com, Michael held various roles at Apropos Technology and Barilla America.

Michael holds a BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Ripon College. On the few occasions he is not engaged in customer success, Michael can be found playing tennis, golf, paddle, waterskiing and snowmobiling.

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Sean Alpert

Senior Director, Product Marketing

Sean is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Salesforce, where he has been for the last 5 years. He is in charge of the messaging and positioning for the Sales Cloud, the world's #1 sales application. He also is in charge of PR, AR, web and social strategy, customer success stories, and the Salesforce World Tour for the Sales Cloud. Prior to this role, he created the keynote presentations for CEO Marc Benioff as well as the other executives at the company. Before Salesforce, he worked in marketing at Cisco Systems, Amazon.com, and Appian Corporation. He attended Dartmouth College for undergrad and got his MBA at Kellogg.

Wendy Johnstone

Vice President of Marketing Asia Pacific

Wendy is a senior marketing leader with over 20 years experience in driving high performance integrated marketing teams in EMEA and APAC with leading technology companies like IBM, EMC and now Salesforce. In her current role, Wendy leads the marketing team across Asia Pacific for Salesforce - the enterprise cloud computing leader and one of the World’s most innovative companies (according to Forbes Magazine). In her role Wendy helps CMOs across APAC put the customer at the heart of their business and to drive digital transformation in their organisations. With a strong passion for workplace diversity & inclusion Wendy is also the APAC executive sponsor for gender diversity at Salesforce. She is passionate about driving gender diversity, equality and inclusion in the technology sector and at Salesforce. Wendy has two children - a boy and a girl - with husband Scott.
Twitter: @Wjjohnstone
LinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/in/wendyjohnstone1
Blogs: https://www.salesforce.com/au/blog/authors/wendy-johnstone.html

Tom Karemacher

Area Vice President, Commercial Sales

As Area Vice President of Commercial Sales at Salesforce, Tom manages the company’s commercial sales business across Australia and New Zealand. He helps Australian small businesses and start-ups turbo-boost their business growth using Cloud, Mobile, Analytics, Marketing and Sales Automation, and is a compelling evangelist for Cloud Computing.

Tom has 13+ years of experience in the Software as a Service (SaaS) industry, specialising in direct sales, managing the channel, and scaling the commercial sales business across multiple countries within the APAC region.

Throughout this time, Tom has seen the industry evolve and transform. He brings a unique set of insights on where the industry has come from and where it is heading.

Kevin Doyle

Director - Advertising Products

Kevin Doyle spent a decade in Advertising Agencies where he led Account Service departments, built & ran two start ups, and headed up heavily awarded campaigns for brands including Virgin, Guinness, Hyundai, Kia & RedBull.

Now as Director - Advertising Products at Salesforce.com, he helps clients and agencies across Japan, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, to drive huge ROI with digital advertising.

Vanessa Mackenzie

Sr. Manager, Customer Success, APAC and Japan for Pardot

Her team ensures Pardot customers achieve their marketing goals with the platform through best practices, strategy, training and technical support of the solution. Vanessa joined Pardot as the first post-sales resource in APAC 3 years ago originally leading implementation and support for customers in the region. Vanessa is passionate about women empowerment programs and an active diversity and equality advocate within Salesforce. Her team of 12 comes from 6 different countries and is 60% female. It rated highest globally on Employee Satisfaction within the Pardot CFL organisation in 2015.

Prior to moving to Australia, Vanessa was a Marketing Manager at B2B Training company in Montreal, Canada. She implemented both Salesforce and Marketing Automation which resulted in a 25% increased in sales the following year, really unleashing the power of aligning sales and marketing.

Vanessa has a Bachelor in Business Administration from UQAM's Business School and a Graduate Certificate in Public Relations Management from McGill University.

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Dani De Trude

Product Marketing Manager

Dani is a Product Marketing Manager and has been at Salesforce for three years. In her role, Dani focuses on content delivery, demos, and strategy for Salesforce events around the world. Dani recently launched the How Salesforce Uses Marketing Cloud program that showcases the internal use of our technology featuring videos, webinars, blogs and more.

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