Meet the Winners & Top Performers of WeSolv’s Salesforce Challenge

Salesforce Challenge Top Finishers

In addition to team scores, all participants received their own individual scores based upon their team’s performance and individual data points. Out of 691 candidates, the following individuals received top scores:

Vibhav Agarwal – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Bilal Ali – UT, McCombs School of Business
Vishal Chandawarkar – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Santiago Clara – MIT, Sloan School of Management
Naja Edwards – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Jaime Garcia – MIT, Sloan School of Management
Rubab Gardezi – USC, Marshall School of Business
Stephen Guerin – UCLA, Anderson School of Management
Shivani Gupta – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Hayley Hacker – UCLA, Anderson School of Management
Louise Hunter – UCLA, Anderson School of Management
Samyak Jaroli – Dartmouth, Tuck School of Business
Sarah Jarrar – USC, Marshall School of Business
Priyanka Keserwani – Dartmouth, Tuck School of Business
Amy Kong – NYU, Stern School of Business
Chris Lee – UCLA, Anderson School of Management
Brittany Lewis – UT, McCombs School of Business
Sam Luu – Dartmouth, Tuck School of Business
Megan Luu – USC, Marshall School of Business
Alexandra Morbitzer – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Trisha Nussbaum – NYU, Stern School of Business
Sachi Osterloh – UT, McCombs School of Business
Catherine Pan – NYU, Stern School of Business
Mukul Sajnani – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Arpan Shah – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Augusto Siguero – MIT, Sloan School of Management
Avinav Sinha – Michigan, Ross School of Business
Kenneth Tang – USC, Marshall School of Business
Jill Witt – NYU, Stern School of Business
Leonor Xavier – MIT, Sloan School of Management
Katherine Xiao – UT, McCombs School of Business

This Challenge is just the beginning of the journey for these top teams and top performers. While winning teams will receive cash prizes, all top performers will fast-track the interview process for a Product Marketing Internship role at Salesforce.

What’s Next?

By engaging top talent to solve a real hands-on business challenge, Salesforce stakeholders saw candidates in action and can now leverage data to efficiently identify and recruit the best talent for their product marketing internship roles. In addition to crowd-sourcing solutions to real marketing challenges, the Salesforce recruiting team received a slate of diverse, engaged, knowledgeable, and talented candidates with solid skills and competency data—predictive data. Are you a company interested in learning about a similar approach for your MBA recruitment needs? Visit our website and connect with us!

Salesforce plans to launch a new Challenge to source Full-Time Product Marketing roles early next year. Interested in joining the next Salesforce challenge? Join WeSolv to make sure you get on the list to receive information about this Challenge!