Providing Clarity to the Cloud
HBCUforce is a nonprofit organization that partners with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to implement programs that provide early access to cloud computing careers through exposure to CRM solutions.
Tiffany Spencer, a native of Cincinnati Ohio, is a Salesforce MVP and 7x certified Salesforce professional, with over 12 years of experience leading digital tranformations for small to large corporations utilizing the Salesforce platform. She is a 2004 graduate of Bethune-Cookman University with a degree in Computer Information Systems and a minor in Business Administration. She is currently the President of Black Orlando Tech, a nonprofit organization working to increase the awareness, activities, network, and resources for local minorities who pursue careers in technology by over 10,000 people by the year 2025.
She’s also co leader of the Orlando Salesforce Community Group and the Bethune Cookman Student Group, where she organizes monthly events for the local Trailblazer community and a Salesforce Educator who is passionate about assisting individuals with obtaining their Salesforce Certification. She also provides Salesforce assistance pro bono to local nonprofits.
Tiffany is very active in the community and uses her expertise to mentor African American high school through college aged students and by creating programs to improve diversity in technology.