Justin Gilmore is a nonprofit professional with a decade of experience working at the intersection of technology and impact.
He holds a Bachelor of Social Studies Education from Millersville University (2011) and a Master of Arts Management from Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University (2017). His professional career has been motivated by a desire to help others learn and serve the community by working for groups and causes as varied as LGBT rights, art and cultural institutions, political candidates, and hunger action.
Justin’s Salesforce journey began by leading the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank through their organizational rollout of Salesforce. In four years, Justin worked on multiple Salesforce implementations including advocacy, volunteers, food assistance hotline, partner food distribution network, food distribution reservation system, truck scheduling, and inventory management integration. The result was better collaboration and higher impact for the 78 food bank staff members using Salesforce.
Outside of work, Justin enjoys science fiction and theater. He lives in Pittsburgh with his husband, Mathew. Together they share nearly 50 plants (mostly Matthew’s) and 29 board games (mostly Justin’s).