Favorite Midwest Dreamin’ Memories & What to Look Forward to at Midwest Dreamin’ 2018

Midwest Dreamin’ 2018 is right around the corner! Members of the Salesforce ecosystem will gather in Chicago for a few days of networking, speakers, and sessions, July 11-13.
We’ll be at Midwest Dreamin’ again this year as a silver sponsor, with Jaret Manuel, Director of Business Development, and Andrea Hall, Implementation Services Manager, representing the FormAssembly team. We talked to a number of influencers attending the event, and here is what they had to say about their favorite Midwest Dreamin’ memories and what they’re looking forward to this year!
What: Midwest Dreamin’ 2018
When: July 11-13
Where: Palmer House Hilton, 17 E. Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60603
Who Will be There from FormAssembly: Jaret Manuel and Andrea Hall

Phil Komarny

I am pretty new to my role at Salesforce, as I have been here for a little over 6 months now. Since I started here I have been overly impressed with the power of this community of trailblazers. I had the opportunity to interact with the Ohana at Tahoe Dreamin’ this year and can’t wait to meet the contingent from the Midwest!!
Phil Komarny | VP, Innovation, Salesforce | @PhilKomarny

Michael Kolodner

I’m headed to Midwest Dreamin’ for my first time and I’m excited to attend such a big Dreamin’ event and to bring back ideas to my own local community. I’ll be co-presenting with my amazing colleague Heather King, Ph.D, about how nonprofits improve program evaluation from implementation to impact. We hope our presentation will spark interesting discussion among the nonprofit community. And, of course, I can’t wait to see so many of my Salesforce community friends in person!
Michael Kolodner | Director of Information Systems, Spark | Salesforce MVP | @MBKolodner

Andy Ognenoff

Midwest Dreamin ’18 will be my fifth year on the planning committee and I’m excited to say this will be our best year yet! I’m especially excited for the several sessions focused on making your Salesforce solutions configurable and admin friendly. We’ve got you covered from formulas to Lightning Components and everything in between.
Andy Ognenoff | Associate Director, Certified Technical Architect, Accenture | Salesforce MVP | @aognenoff

Jaret Manuel

There have been many good memories at Midwest Dreamin’ events, ranging from a live band karaoke style office party, outdoor Navy Pier events. The amazing people in the Salesforce Community at large are what keeps me coming back for more. If you’ve never attended this event, one thing to look forward to is the incredibly setting. Midwest Dreamin’ is held at the iconic Palmer Hotel in Chicago, and their Lobby ceiling is something anyone attending should check out.
Jaret Manuel | Director of Business Development, FormAssembly | @JaretManuel

Nick Lindbergh

One of my favorite Midwest Dreamin’ memories is of Midwest Dreamin’ 2017, when I brought my wife and 9 month old (at the time) along. It was really fun to have them meet the people they hear so much about, and for the Salesforce ecosystem to meet them as well. They had so much fun, they plan to come back this year. Something I am looking forward to this year is connecting with people. The Salesforce Ecosystem is made up of a lot of people, many of whom you know by name, but have never had a chance to truly connect with. Events like Midwest Dreamin’ give me the chance to have conversations with people I see around the Salesforce Ecosystem and get to know them more on a personal level.
Nick Lindberg | Salesforce Technical Lead, Redpath Consulting Group | Midwest Dreamin’ Organizer | Salesforce MVP | @NickersUniverse

Andrea Hall

This will be my first time attending Midwest Dreamin’ and I can’t wait! I am especially looking forward to meeting some of our customers, as well as conversing with some of the other folks in the Salesforce community.
Andrea Hall | Implementation Services Manager, FormAssembly | @andkhall

We’ll see you Chicago! For more information on FormAssembly & Midwest Dreamin’, check out our Midwest Dreamin’ landing page.

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