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About the Authors
Lynn Krause

Lynn Krause is a National Delivery Excellence Manager, Solution Architect on our Salesforce team. She has 20-plus years of experience in sales development, enablement and nonprofit fundraising to drive revenue growth. Lynn’s Salesforce ecosystem experience includes being five-times certified in Sales Cloud, Nonprofit Cloud, Pardot Specialist, Platform App Builder and Administrator. She has expertise in designing business process workflows to create efficiencies within business units and entire organizations.

When Lynn is not helping clients achieve their goals, she can be found outside doing any water sport, hiking, cycling or gardening.

Gates Ouimette

Gates Ouimette is the New England Business Development Lead for our Boston location. He has 25 years of experience in the technology industry as a Technology, Innovation and Transformation business development leader. Gates thrives on delivering unmatched client experiences to customers across industries, including banking, financial services, insurance and the healthcare value chain.

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We will be in the midst of all the action of Business Anywhere. For additional perspectives on challenges that social impact nonprofits are experiencing, and solutions to those challenges, you can also check out Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub, a social impact business accelerator co-founded by Centric in 2011 before social impact was even a buzzword.

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