Introducing Jeff Chung, Nonprofit Salesforce Consultant

Introducing Jeff Chung, Nonprofit Salesforce Consultant


Dayspring Technologies welcomes Jeff Chung to our Salesforce team as a nonprofit focused Salesforce Consultant. As a consultant, Jeff leads projects, implements Salesforce, and provides training to nonprofits. He is passionate about using the Salesforce platform to help nonprofits do great work.

Before joining Dayspring, Jeff held a number of different roles in the nonprofit sector. As a Product Manager at Common Sense Media, he managed the launch of a political platform to advocate for legislation that specifically benefited children. Then at Room to Read, he headed up operations for their fundraising department, helping it scale and grow. At each of his prior nonprofits he was also involved with Salesforce in some capacity and is now excited to bring his expertise to serve as a consultant.

Jeff holds a B.S. in Management Science from the University of California, San Diego and a Master of Development Studies from the University of Melbourne, Australia. He graduated the former with Provost’s Honors and the latter with First Class Honours. Jeff is a rare San Francisco native and currently lives in the Lakeview neighborhood. Jeff reports that no matter where he goes he ends up getting the nickname “El Jefe.” It hasn’t caught on here in our office yet, but consider yourself warned, there’s a new Salesforce “El Jefe” in town.

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