Watching Salesforce Trailblazers work under pressure to craft customer low-code solutions for Pacific Clinics is inspiring and even brought tears to the eyes of Eleanor Castillo Sumi, the SVP of Strategy, Innovation, and Growth. As a nonprofit, Pacific Clinics faces unique challenges integrating systems with disparate government entities, and CFO Jason Gurahoo can account for the powerful changes these solutions are bringing to the organization. Tune in for a special BTS of how the Legends of Low Code tv series is bringing more efficiency and a better user experience to Pacific Clinics and their customers.
Tune in to learn:
- Who does Pacific Clinics help? (2:15)
- What it takes to bring transformation at Pacific Clinics (4:30)
- Understanding how and find the tools to make change (11:45)
- Finding and cultivating the right practitioners (25:00)
- Why Elenor was blown away by her experience on Legends of Low Code (31:30)
- Salesforce Plus TV Show “Legends of Low Code”
To view the episode transcript, please click here: Episode Transcript
About the Eleanor:
Eleanor Castillo Sumi is the senior vice president of strategy, innovation and growth at Pacific Clinics. She develops new programs, partnerships and strategies, including digital transformation, to serve community needs.
Prior, Castillo Sumi served as vice president of research and program development. Before her tenure at the agency, she held various roles, including clinical director at The May Institute Pediatric Speciality Center, executive director at California Community Opportunities and best practice specialist for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Department for the State of Hawaii. Castillo Sumi has taught in adjunct and assistant faculty positions at multiple universities.
A licensed psychologist and Board Certified Behavioral Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D), Castillo Sumi is a published author and has spoken at multiple conferences, including Open Minds and California Alliance for Children and Family Services. Castillo Sumi is a member of the Research and Evaluation Subcommittee for California’s Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission.
Castillo Sumi graduated with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Palo Alto University.
Jason Gurahoo is the chief financial officer at Pacific Clinics. In this capacity, Gurahoo is responsible for all accounting and financial management decisions, investments, and information technology. Gurahoo joined the organization in 2014, and his career has included positions in finance, accounting, treasury, and audit at various companies, including Electronic Data Systems, Kimberly Clark Corporation, Amdahl Corporation, Fujitsu Technology Solutions, Inc., and Fujitsu IT Holdings, Inc. the latter where he held senior and executive-level positions.
Gurahoo holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Florida, and a master’s in business administration with concentrations in finance and management information systems from the University of South Florida.
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