About Sebastian Anaya
Have you ever wondered what companies use Salesforce for or how to break into consulting? Then this episode is for you.
Sebastián Anaya is a Salesforce Consultant for Accenture, a top consulting firm. He specializes in Einstein Analytics and AI, and enables these tools for the world’s largest and most innovative companies. Sebastian has a B.S. in Managerial Economics and has completed a Salesforce Administration boot camp. He has worked in large companies as well as startups, and is a co-founder of LatinX in AI, a coalition that creates harmony between AI and the LatinX community.
About the Episode
In this episode, we spoke about how he got started in the field and ways to level up via certifications and mentorship. Hear about LatinX in AI and what they want to accomplish. Learn how he keeps up to date with technology and his advice for all those professionals who want to break into data analytics, consulting, or Salesforce.
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About Hugo Castellanos
Hugo is a connector. As a Product Marketing Manager, he creates content (decks, videos, workshops) that enable sales teams to close deals and marketing teams to connect with diverse audiences. Hugo is also a product evangelist and conducts monthly webinars for technical and non-technical audiences in Spanish, English, and Portuguese.
He makes time to network with professionals from all backgrounds. If you’d like to connect, drop him a line or set a phone call.
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