Honoree: Anthony Fernicola ’78, ’82, President, Chief Customer Officer, Salesforce
Anthony Fernicola ’78, ’82 (MBA), president and chief customer officer at Salesforce, received the 2020 De La Salle Medal at Manhattan College’s annual De La Salle Medal Dinner on February 6.
A record-breaking $2.6 million in essential, unrestricted income was raised as a result of the event. Those funds are applied to a multitude of needs, particularly student scholarships and financial aid, making a Manhattan College education accessible for more students.
Fernicola has served as Salesforce’s president and chief customer officer since February 2016. Prior to that position, he was president of global enterprise sales. As president and chief customer officer, Fernicola brings the power of Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, to the world’s largest organizations.
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