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Now IT Matters’ mission is to be a sustainable business that makes the world a better place by increasing the capacity of nonprofits through the development of brilliant staff. Over the past eight years, NiM has consistently invested generously in developing our staff. In the beginning, folks thought we were crazy, but we decided early on that developing brilliant staff and supporting what matters to them was how we wanted do business.
You might say it’s our “why”-- or our “it.”
Developing and supporting our staff means we give them time and space to invest in their own journey -- not just NiM’s. We enable our staff to become Salesforce rockstars and then step aside to let them truly shine in this ecosystem. One of the very most rewarding aspects of #TDX18 has been watching members of #TeamNiM and the organizations they represent gain accolades and attention within the #SalesforceOhana.
Last night, Shonnah Hughes, co-founder of PepupTech, co-leader of the Women In Tech Diversity User Group, Salesforce MVP, and Senior Consultant with Now IT Matters, was honored with a 2018 Salesforce Equality Award. At the awards ceremony, Shonnah shared her reflections on diversity in tech, challenging all in attendance to take action.
We are honored to count Shonnah, Shakil, Angela Mahoney, Joni, and Angela Adams as members of #TeamNiM.
And the best is yet to be!
For Salesforce.org’s FY2019, we will be expanding our service offerings to K12 organizations. As parents and mentors, #TeamNiM is committed to giving back to schools and enabling schools to leverage the power of Salesforce. At #TDX18, Marc Benioff challenged all of us to give back to schools, saying: “It’s my obligation to walk down there and knock on the door and ask what I can do... we can all do one thing.” Mission accepted!
We’re also growing #TeamNiM -- a team committed to doing #moregoodbetter, disrupting the status quo in tech, and championing #EqualityforAll. If you would like to join us, don’t be shy!