Category Archives: Technology

A Day in the Life of a Supermum: Jen Smith

Last week, our Supermums Graduate Jen joined Muriel Molloy on a Salesforce Masters Series Webinar, sharing her top tips on how to make your stakeholders dreams come true, along with some great general Salesforce advice! Jen graduated our Supermums Programme in 2017, and has since progressed her career in the Salesforce ecosystem. She is currently […]

12 Books Every Woman in Tech Should Read

We asked members of the Salesforce Ohana to share books that have made a difference in their own lives that they think our Supermums, and every woman in tech, should read. Here’s our top picks – we hope they inform and inspire you in your life and career! 1 – Own It by Sallie Krawchek […]

How Salesforce can make a mum’s life easier

Heather Black and her children

In 2012, mum-of-two (and founder of Salesforce Supermums) Heather decided to change career and embark on a career in Salesforce. Alongside her enjoyment of using the technology, she had realised that as a cloud-based solution, it could offer her flexibility and support her aspirations in life. After completing three courses with Salesforce University in 2010/11 […]

Looking for a Better Work-Life Balance? Grow your Career in IT and become a Salesforce SuperMum?

Are you looking for a career change or keen to upskill/invest in yourself in 2019? You may be already working or currently trying to return to work after a career break. Would you like to find a rewarding, challenging role that has great career opportunities, pays well and gives you flexibility? Find out how retraining […]

Empowering the Future Generation with Salesforce

Empowering the future generation with Salesforce Inspiring children into Technology is big on today’s agenda, with new characters such as Little Miss Technology being championed and code clubs popping up in schools. We’re on a mission to empower the future generation with Salesforce technology – Heather Black, our founder is speaking at a local school in Hastings […]