Welcome to Welcome to Koa club! To meet so many old friends. People who joined at the same time Yeah amazing. Five hundred fifty one new members this year. If you are a new member raise your hand Koa Club 2018 celebrates this year’s employees passing the 10-year mark with Salesforce I just celebrated my ten year last March I have fourteen years in the company Ten years now. I joined in 2008. This is my third Koa. I’ve been Koa Club for five years. Come next year I’ll have been at Salesforce for fourteen years. I’m the first time in Koa Club We work together all the time, but we rarely get to actually and, you know, get us together in once place. So I’ve been in Koa for fifteen years just great feeling of recognition for the time that we’ve put in here. That’s nice that the company takes the time and investment to bring us all out here once a year you know, get us together. It’s a place to, yes grow a career, but it’s also a place to make your life long friends as well It’s exciting. I feel like what I do matters. Doing this activity with so many people that I’ve never had the good fortune of getting to know because they work in different offices or in different parts of the world – that’s been really special. Ohana in Hawaiian means family, and very much I feel the reason why I’ve been able to stay at Salesforce for so long is because we are very well connected As a company that innovates so much and so fast. Never stop learning. There’s still parts of Salesforce that feel very much like a start up and there’s that ability to be really creative and do great things Continually build a network of people around you. Embrace the pace. Things move very fast Look for opportunities to work in different parts of the world that will stretch you will feel like a new job every time you take it I was the first one in marketing in the Tokyo office so I learned a lot from people in San Francisco. It just kind of made me realize this company is so great. They encourage employees to go out and help people outside of Salesforce. One of the first years at Salesforce, I took all of my VTO in one go and went down to Peru and helped senior citizens, and just spent time with them and also helped build houses in the poor areas of Peru. Two weeks ago, I ran the marathon for the Irish Cancer Society, and raised almost 2,500 Euro I went to Tanzania, spent some time at an orphanage. I try to have an impact on people every day. That’s ultimately why I never hit my snooze button. It’s why I show up to the office. And now I feel this incredible sense of responsibility and, quite honestly, a duty to help others within the organization have the same good fortune that I’ve had in terms of mentoring and advocating for others.