At Salesforce, Equality is a core value. This Dreamforce, you will see Equality come to life in many ways, including with our 2017 Equality Summit sponsored by Deloitte Digital. But that’s not the only way you can get involved. Our Employee resource groups — or Ohana Groups as well call them — are employee-led organizations centered around common life experiences or backgrounds that work to drive equality in our workplace and communities. Every year at Dreamforce some of our Ohana groups bring together their greater communities, their allies, and equality trailblazers to celebrate their unique cultures and give back to create change. Here’s how you can join them:


Sunday Night


1. Get Inspired at the Salesforce Women’s Network Event:

For the 6th year, Salesforce Women's Network is kicking off Dreamforce with an evening of inspiring discussion, learning, and networking. Over 1,200 attendees will hear from top women leaders like Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and Co-Founder, Ellevest, Robin Washington, CFO, Gilead Sciences, Alicia Hatch, CMO of our sponsor, Deloitte Digital, and more. Engage in thoughtful table discussions and network with Salesforce customers, partners, employees and other inspirational leaders.

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Monday Night


2. Don’t Miss the 7th Annual Outfierce, this time at surf camp:

Join Outforce, Salesforce's Ohana Group for allies of diversity in sexual orientation and gender identity, as they celebrate equality at Dreamforce at Outfierce Surf Camp, sponsored by MapAnything. Enjoy open bar, food, swag, raffle prizes, and more.

This year's LGBTQ non-profit beneficiary is the True Colors Fund, Co-Founded by Cyndi Lauper. The True Colors Fund is working to end homelessness among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth, creating a world where all young people can be their true selves.

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3. Join the Fiesta with Latinoforce:

Light up the Financial District of San Francisco and show Silicon Valley how the greater familia has fun, with a big celebration of Latin cultural heritage. Get to know their greater Salesforce community — mingle with partners, customers and employees, all while showing us your salsa moves and enjoying some delicious food and drinks.

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Wednesday Night


4. Dream Big and Get Down with BOLDforce at the DreaMix

Join BOLDforce, Hip Hop For Change, and their friends at the 80s Hip Hop-themed networking event and fundraiser — The DreaMix.  Special guest appearances by DJ Touré of the Hieroglyphics and an exclusive meet and greet with DeRay McKesson, activist and founder, Pod Save the People.

Enjoy Live DJ, breakdancing, and graffiti art performances, as well as open bar and light appetizers. Themed outfits encouraged! All proceeds are donated to driving STEM programs at BOLDforce’s adopted Oakland middle school, United for Success Academy.

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Get all of your Equality at Dreamforce updates by following @SalesforceEQ on twitter and listening to the Blaze Your Trails podcast. To learn more about how Ohana groups are helping to create an inclusive workplace for all and drive positive social change, visit