Meet the Team – Jason Jensen – Senior Consultant

Jason Jensen enjoys helping clients transform their business operations with the power of Salesforce platform. With over ten years of industry experience in the non-profit, higher education, and private sectors, Jason has helped clients transition from legacy systems to Salesforce, enhance existing Salesforce instances, integrate other systems with Salesforce, and more. Jason takes pride in helping others become successful by taking full advantage of the benefits that CRM has to offer. When not diagramming workflows, Jason enjoys trail running, playing music, and hiking around his home state of Vermont with his son.

Wanna know some fun facts about our team?

Our very own  Jason Jensen  ( Senior Consultant ) answers our 10 questions :

Which movie have you seen recently or what are you watching on Netflix?

I recently rewatched Interstellar. It’s a mind-bending, thought-provoking, emotional rollercoaster of a film that gets me every time.

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done or seen before?

The craziest thing I’ve ever survived happened driving back home from Maine on a spring break trip. It was snowing hard and my friend was driving in the middle lane of an interstate. I told him NOT to venture into the left hand lane due to all of the snow drift, but he did anyway. Massive mistake! His car immediately spun a 540 degree spin with us ending up in the middle of the interstate, backwards in a blizzard. Two 18-wheelers came blowing by us just as we stopped, each truck moving into the right and left lane around us at the last possible second. They missed us by what must have been inches. We never went north for spring break again after that.

What’s the best meal you’ve ever had?

Any Falafel from Pita Pockets in Northampton, Massachusetts is the best meal I’ve ever had

Is there something that has made you smile recently?

Seeing faces again at the grocery store!

What’s your favorite music genre?

I’m a multi-instrumentalist songwriter that writes rock music, and I have a ton of influences. My recording project The break lights has a guitar-driven pop-punk sound derived from bands like The Hold Steady and Superchunk, but I’m also hugely influenced by songwriters like Elvis Costello, Jenny Lewis, and Ryan Adams.

Do you cook? What’s your favorite recipe?

My son and I have been really digging pasta salads tossed with seitan lately. You get the tasty pasta carb goodness, tons of sliced raw vegetables, plenty of protein from the seitan, and can do all kinds of things with different spices and dressings to mix up the taste.

Pineapple pizza. Yay or nay?

Nay. I think you have to combine pineapple with ham to make this work, but I’m a vegetarian. I can’t imagine a scenario where I’d prefer pineapple on my pizza to just about any other topping.

What’s your weirdest habit?

I tend to walk around on my toes when I don’t have shoes on. Always have ever since I was a kid.

How would you describe your job to a bunch of five-year-olds?

I tell kids I build apps. Every kid knows what an app is. Sure, they may not know what a CRM is, but they can learn more about it when they grow up a bit!

What was your first job?

I delivered newspapers after school from my BMX. That’s definitely not a job anymore!

Jun 18, 21

By : Sarah AlQersh

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