Meet a CTA: Sharayu Sable

Sharayu is Australia’s first female CTA! We caught up with Sharayu shortly after she got the news that sheโ€™d passed her CTA board exam. Sharayu is a Technology Delivery Architecture Manager at Accenture, leading large enterprise implementations of Salesforce. Sharayu got her start in the Salesforce world in 2011 coming from a developer background, with experience in Java before picking up Apex.

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Meet a CTA: Jannis Bott

We first met up with Jannis at TrailheaDX in May 2019 – and we’re thrilled to share his advice and CTA story with you all. Jannis is German and settled in Sydney, Australia. As a practice partner for solution engineering, innovation and incubation at System Partners, he leads a team of Solution Engineers and acts as a strategic advisor and Salesforce product expert to some of the largest, most complex enterprise customers in ANZ. Jannis is married and has a young son.

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Meet our Ambassadors: Vickie Jeffery ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฟ

Vickie’s background is in IT Administration and Management. She’s worked in the IT world for the past 20 years, starting in systems and network administration before moving into management and strategy positions. She inherited Salesforce during a company merger in 2011 and hasn’t looked back. The depth and flexibility of the product and the ability to build quickly and dynamically feed her need to be creative, and the Salesforce Ohana has been pure magic.

We recently asked Vickie to join the Ladies Be Architects team as an ambassador, spreading the word in the Land Down Under, and we were thrilled when she said yes! Hereโ€™s her story!

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Meet our Ambassadors: Emily Hay ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฟ

Emily Hay is a Salesforce Women in Tech group leader, Dreamforce speaker, and Salesforce Certified Application Architect with over 9 years of experience working with the Salesforce platform. Sheโ€™s a Kiwi currently living in Brisbane, Australia. We recently asked Emily to join the Ladies Be Architects team as an ambassador, spreading the word in the Land Down Under, and we were thrilled when she said yes! Here’s her story!

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CTA Review Board Mock Exam – Green Roof Systems with Matt Morris

Salesforce MVP and CTA candidate Matt Morris solves the Green Roof Systems scenario. With special thanks to all who jumped on to judge! Read more for supporting documents and the video recording!

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Study Group XII: Community Building Blocks with Charly Prinsloo

This month, the community voted to study Community Cloud – with particular focus on the building blocks involved. Charly (with Susannah’s help!) takes us through the various elements involved in building a Salesforce community!

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Meet a CTA: Emely Patra

Our latest volunteer Certified Technical Architect is Emely Patra, a Strategic Advisor, wife and mother who works for Salesforce in the UK. She passed her review board in July 2018 and we were very happy to learn that another woman had passed! We asked her some key questions about her experiences – the ramp-up, the day of the exam and how becoming a CTA has affected her career.

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Meet an Architect: Aldo Fernandez ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡พ

Aldo is a Software Engineer and Platform Architect; he’s been doing Salesforce development, consulting and architecting in the Platform since 2008. Aldo lives in Montevideo, Uruguay where he works remotely from a home office and travels a lot (more than he’d like) to NYC to visit customers onsite.

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Meet an Architect: Matthew Morris

We’re really excited to introduce you to an English gentleman who always has our back – MVP and London Admin User Group leader Matthew Morris. You may know him from his Pluralsight Play-by-Play on diagramming; if you don’t and you’re on your #JourneyToCTA, please watch it – it will help.

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