Texas Dreamin’ is a Texas-sized Ohana Community-led conference that provides Knowledge and Inspiration while celebrating anyone who uses Salesforce! This event is led by a group of Salesforce Community leaders from across Texas who are enthusiastic about strengthening our community by planning and executing a diverse event in Texas. We aim to empower users, admins, developers, and partners by creating an energetic environment for strong connections, learning core skills, and building great careers.
The event will take place on June 14th and 15th in Austin, TX with great content and awesome keynotes!
Meagan fell into the Salesforce ecosystem by accident and hasn’t looked back since, she has 3 Salesforce certifications and has been implementing and managing Salesforce environments since 2010. She is a self taught developer that loves to encourage Salesforce users, admins and developers to take their careers a step further with the Salesforce. Meagan currently co-leads the Houston Women In Tech user group.
Barb was introduced to Salesforce in her former position at Southern Methodist University. Once bitten by the Salesforce bug, she couldn’t turn back. She is the Co-Leader of the Dallas Nonprofit Trailblazer Community and enjoys helping nonprofits and higher ed salesforce customers understand and learn how Salesforce can help them. Barb was Co-Chair of the Sponsorship Committee in the inaugural Texas Dreamin’ event in 2017 and is the Venue Chairperson for 2018. Barb currently works at NTT DATA, Inc. as a Salesforce Administrator and also enjoys participating in other Dallas Area Trailblazer Community Groups (WIT, Dallas User Group and an occasional visit to the Dallas Developers Group). “I really enjoy the Salesforce Ohana – it is so contagious!”
Rebecca is a Salesforce MVP, has 6 Salesforce certifications and has been implementing/using Salesforce since 2013. She is most active in the Dallas and Washington DC Area User Group communities and is currently a leader of the Dallas Ft Worth Women in Tech User Group. She drinks a lot of coffee and the caffeine fuels her passion for educating individuals on the Salesforce platform and helping advance their careers.
Courtney has been playing with Salesforce since 2010. Having experienced multiple positions from Admin to BSA to her current position as Senior Developer, she enjoys her “free time” role as the founder of the DFW Women in Tech user group where she gets to spread knowledge and help her colleagues steer their careers. She’s been slacking compared to these.
Art started using Salesforce in 2010 and has 3 certifications and loves helping nonprofits learn how Salesforce can help them accomplish their mission. He helped start the San Antonio User Group in 2012 and is so excited to see how the community has grown since. Art co-leads the San Antonio Nonprofit User Groups.
Becka Miller dove headfirst into Salesforce in 2015 & hasn’t looked back. Married with 3 awesome daughters, she’s always busy & highly caffeinated! She is 4 x Certified Consultant at ShellBlack. Salesforce University speaker at Dreamforce 2016, Houston User Group Co-Leader, Houston Pardot User Group Leader, Houston Salesforce Saturday Group Organizer & Trailhead addict.
Colleen Burnsed started her Salesforce trail in 2013 as a solo administrator. Since discovering the Salesforce community Colleen jumped feet first in getting Administrator Certified and accepting a role as co-chair of the Women in Tech Houston group. This has led to numerous opportunities such as speaking at Dreamforce ’15 & ‘16, helping local non-profits with admin questions, and the position she is currently in as Salesforce Director at Associa. Her latest venture has been a role on the board of advisors for Texas Dreamin’ to help bring the great qualities of Dreamforce to Texas in a community driven event.
A 3 x Certified Salesforce MVP, Stephanie is the Austin WIT and Salesforce Saturday Leader. She is the Director of Salesforce and Business Operations at Spredfast. She lives and breathes Salesforce, and founded both Austin’s very FIRST Salesforce Girly Geeks WIT chapter in January 2014 and Salesforce Saturday in March of 2015, which works on growing your individual skillset within a team environment. The Salesforce Saturdayconcept has now sparked new chapters throughout the US and India. Stephanie also works very closely with the Merivis Foundation here in Austin, transitioning Vets to careers in Salesforce. You can see why Stephanie was a Finalist for Mentor of the Year for Austin’s Under 40 list in 2016!