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Founded by Miranda Ragland & Ashley Allen, ITequality is your one stop shop for all of your Salesforce needs. 

Prior to starting ITequality, Miranda Ragland spent 12 years as a Salesforce developer consultant at her previous company where she held the title of Co-Founder. She now oversees all the custom code solutions at ITequality. As a Salesforce WIT User Group leader, she is an active member of the local Southern California Salesforce Community.

Ashley Allen began Salesforce Consulting in 2011, later working as a Salesforce Administrator for Autotrader & Verizon. Ashley is highly involved in the Salesforce Community, they currently lead the Orange County Nonprofit User Group, Trailblazers with Anxiety Group & Partner Diversity Group.

Salesforce Consulting For A Cause

What: Today there is a serious lack of diversity in the tech industry, especially among business owners. At every opportunity, we take a stand. We strive to represent a voice for the underrepresented groups in technology. Especially for those we identify with; Women, Lesbians, Latinx, Disabled, Trans & Gender Nonconforming (TGNC) people and those with Anxiety or Depression.

How: We make our voice heard with Salesforce leadership, at Dreamforce, in the partner community, the trailblazer community, the local chamber of commerce, a variety of LGBT Conferences & on social media. We ask the questions others don’t, raise awareness and speak up. We donate to causes that support underrepresented groups, such as Women Who Tech, Women Who Dev, Transgender Law Center, and Lesbians Who Tech.

Next Our efforts do not stop there, our goal is to raise enough money so ITequality can fund a nonprofit tutoring cafe to open in 2020. This would provide a sanctuary for LGBT, homeless & at risk teens after school and provide food, mentorship, homework help and career counseling.  


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