For me, one of the greatest strengths of the Salesforce Ecosystem is its people and the connections that are shared.
Hi! I’m Eric Dreshfield.
Some people call me “The Dresh” and others call me “The Kevin Bacon of the Salesforce Ecosystem.” And I’m totally fine with both of those. Or you can call me Eric.
I have been in the Salesforce ecosystem since 2009. In 2010 I started the Evansville, IN Salesforce Users Group. In 2011, I launched the very first Midwest Dreamin’, where 100 Salesforce enthusiasts descended upon Louisville for a full day of Salesforce community learning. Midwest Dreamin’ was an annual event in Chicago from 2014 – 2019 with upwards of 850 people attending. And while Covid-19 cancelled Midwest Dreamin’ for 2020 & 2021, the event is already booked for July 20-22, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis.
I was first named a Salesforce MVP in 2013, and renewed annually through 2020, when I was inducted into the Salesforce Hall of Fame as an MVP for life. I have spoken at Dreamforce in 2013, 2014, 2016 through 2019, as well as at countless Salesforce Community conferences and group meetings. I have organized a Dreamforce Breakfast for Newbies (a.k.a., The Newbie “Reunion” Breakfast; a.k.a., The Bacon Breakfast) since 2012 as a fundraising event, raising over $34,000 so far for Project Night Night. I have been a mentor to many and am staunch ally and advocate of equality for all.
I am currently serving as the Product Evangelist for Mogli.
All posts are my opinions only, and in no way reflect the opinions of my employer, Midwest Dreamin’, or the Evansville Salesforce User Group. No post should be considered an endorsement or recommendation of a company, product or person, unless specifically stated in that post.
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