Molly first discovered Salesforce while she was working for Cisco as a Public Relations Manager from 2006–2011. “I was admiring Salesforce from afar. SaaS was right up my alley and I knew that Salesforce was quickly becoming the leader in the space,” said Molly. Late in 2011, Molly turned from an admirer to an employee at Salesforce. She got her start in the same role she held at Cisco, a Public Relations Manager. She held this role for nearly five years before moving over to the Global Equality Programs team. It was the move to this team that sparked something really special and inspired one of Molly’s biggest career achievements — becoming the founder of the Office of Equality. “At the time, Marc Benioff expressed that he was very serious about equality and wanted to mirror the society in which we all lived in and served. In the beginning days of the Office of Equality, it was just me but then we evolved into a full-fledged function. We started by building off of the Salesforce Employee Resource Groups and then sharing best practices with our customers and partners,” she said.
Today, Molly is the Vice President of Global Talent Brand and Marketing where she is responsible for evangelizing the brand, marketing and attracting top talent —from digital ads, brand, content, events, recruitment marketing and more. Her team’s goal is to share the story of why Salesforce is a best place to work and inspire amazing people to join our team. She told us “Before starting in this role, I felt nervous and excited even after being at the company for ten years. It was really inspiring knowing that I can still get that excited about my job after this long. When I joined Salesforce I truly never thought that I would be here for ten years. I always thought that I would spend my career jumping from tech company to tech company. There is something special about Salesforce and that is why I continue to stay.”