Holly Goldin Firestone will be one of our main speakers at French Touch Dreamin. If you do not know Holly, let us introduce her.
Holly is a senior manager at Salesforce Community programs. She is the one taking care of MVPs and User groups in Erika Khul’s team for almost 2 years. She previously worked at Atlassian taking care of their Community programs. In a word, she is a rockstar in the field of Community program!
Since she started at Salesforce Community programs, Salesforce Communities has grown over 50%!
She often publish articles on Salesforce blog about the Community (https://www.salesforce.com/blog/authors/holly-goldin.html).
She is a Twitter addict, if you follow her you should already know that! If you don’t, then follow her at @HollyGoldin 🙂
She loves eating tacos, macarons, cheese, blue bell ice cream and with her husband, they loves testing new restaurants.
She comes from Texas and recently moved from California to go back to Texas.
She is crazy about little dogs, and particularly to her own dog Zeus.
We asked few questions to Holly for you to know her better. Here are her answers 🙂
Have you been to France before?
This is my first time in France, and I’m very excited to create some new memories here! Up until now though, one great impression I have of France and French culture is from my favorite chef in San Francisco, Dominique Crenn. She is originally from Brittany, a huge inspiration, and I love both of her incredible French restaurants.
Is there something you want to eat when you will be in Paris?
I don’t even know where to begin with this question. French Macarons are probably my favorite dessert in the world, so the opportunity to eat them in France is amazing. I can’t wait to try them everywhere. I’m also very excited to try lots of great French cheese, wine, bread, and every single pastry I can get my hands on!
Can you share a fun and unknown (of the many) fact about you, your youth or whatever you would like to share with us?
I met my husband at a dive bar in San Francisco and we exchanged contact information because he told me his office had event space, and I needed a place to host a User Group Meeting. Always thinking about the community! 🙂
If you are as excited as we are to listen Holly’s keynote and talking with her about Salesforce community, do not be late on the 17th!