Meghan Morrison
Meghan MorrisonFounder & CEO
Meghan Morrison has worked with over 100 nonprofit and social enterprise organizations since founding Swift River Consulting in 2004. As a former employee of Salesforce and with over ten years of Salesforce implementation experience for nonprofit organizations, Meghan is a recognized leader in providing expertise to organizations looking to extend their reach, increase fundraising effectiveness, and better engage with constituents and communities.
Katie McFadden
Katie McFaddenSenior Technical Consultant & Community Evangelist
Katie discovered Salesforce while working for over 3 years at a nonprofit student exchange organization in San Francisco called Quest International. After 2 years as Program Manager she became the Operations Manager, spearheading their Salesforce implementation. She trained with developers by day and worked on her own by night to roll out and manage an effective database and online community of over 100 international partners and field staff.

Meghan has been in the high-tech industry working with web-based software solutions for 20 years, and has delivered technology solutions to nonprofits for the last 13 years.  As one of the original Salesforce Foundation consulting partners, Meghan has been an integral part of the growth of the Force.com platform in the nonprofit community.  Additionally, she founded the Austin Nonprofit Salesforce User Group in 2009, and was one of the pioneering members of the very popular NPSF Google Group.

Meghan’s first experience with the nonprofit sector was in 2002 at Groundspring.org (now under Network for Good). As the Customer Support and Operations Manager, Meghan not only learned how to fulfill the special technological needs of the nonprofit sector, but also realized the power of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions to consolidate an organization’s data management needs into a single user-friendly system. Meghan joined Salesforce as an employee after learning of its commitment to nonprofits via the Salesforce Foundation’s software license donation program, and became a member of the Salesforce Foundation Steering Committee.

Prior to working in nonprofit technology, Meghan’s experiences included roles in the online community software space (The Well/Well Engaged), online advertising (AOL/Global Network Navigator/Webcrawler), and traditional print newspapers (The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, and The Seattle Times).  She started her career as a social worker for Child Protective Services in inner-city Boston.

With a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Masters level coursework in Organizational Development, Meghan’s expertise in human behavior and systems has helped her advise Swift River’s clients in the face of today’s rapidly changing technology landscape. With the ultimate goal of “being the change you want to see”, Meghan’s approach to her work is personal, communicative, and flexible.

After that exhilarating experience, Katie moved to South Africa to work as a Technical Consultant for the South African Salesforce Implementation Partner. She contributed to 6 different implementations and she continues to connect with and support the work that is happening at the tip of Africa.

Katie has a BA in International Studies and has lived in Madrid and Buenos Aires. These days, she applies her cultural experience as an Assistant Director for a multicultural, independent feature film in San Francisco. She also engages with the local cycling community and has ridden the coast from San Francisco to San Diego.

Katie engages wholeheartedly with nonprofits and enjoys helping them reach their missions by considering everything from the technical to the long-term strategic.

Sonny Cloward
Sonny ClowardSenior Consultant
Sonny has worked in the nonprofit/nongovernmental sectors for close to 20 years. He specializes in system design, implementation and integration; 10 of those specifically with Salesforce.com.  As a highly skilled business analyst and solution architect, Sonny excels at delivering best of class business solutions by bridging nontechnical stakeholders and end users with complicated business process and back-end developers.

He is capable of understanding intricate business processes and requirements and able to provide high impact solutions across all facets of an organization.

Kristina Winters
Kristina WintersTechnical Consultant
Kristina has four years of nonprofit Salesforce experience, including implementations and migrations onto the Salesforce.com platform. She focuses exclusively on nonprofit Salesforce consulting with small and mid-size nonprofits.

Additionally, she served on staff with Austin-based nonprofit Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM), managing their conversion to the Salesforce.com platform. Kristina has completed more than two dozen migrations to Salesforce.

Park Walker
Park WalkerTechnical Architect
Park Walker has deep experience in programming and information technology. He has served as IT director for several high tech companies in the Boston area. He subsequently co-founded a software company and served as the company’s Software Architect for a Java-based web application. Park got involved with salesforce in 2002 at which time he wrote a PHPToolkit for salesforce and donated it to salesforce to serve as the foundation for its own PHP Toolkit.
Dianna Stockdale
Dianna StockdaleSalesforce Consultant
Dianna became an Salesforce Administrator by accident when she began working for EarthCorps, an environmental and leadership training nonprofit located in Seattle, Washington. After 5 years and the migration of 7 different EarthCorps databases into Salesforce, she now has a passion for helping her nonprofit clients automate their systems as well as understand and tell their story through data.
He has continued to add new interfaces between this website and salesforce over the years, and developed a partner portal (before salesforce developed its own) and automated various new customer setup and support procedures.

Since 2005, Park has been an IT consultant for a number of smaller companies, providing web site programming primarily focused on salesforce integration, plus standalone application development in C# and VB.Net including applications integrated with salesforce, one of which is available from the Salesforce AppExchange.  As well as doing application development, Park is a very capable web developer and is comfortable on both the .Net and LAMP platforms, working in C#, VB.Net, Java, PHP and Python.  He has extensive database experience with SQL Server, MySQL and Oracle.

Park also has extensive experience doing native salesforce application development involving custom objects, APEX and VisualPages, as well as mixed and standalone applications and continues to be an active member of the salesforce developer community forums. He has evaluated and implemented dozens of business applications, as well as networking and communication systems.