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Trisha Liu
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Awww!!! Happy Fourth of July!
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Hahahaaa, this headline!!
Who jumped the shark higher on this one, LinkedIn or CNET?
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Next to my house, there's a field. On the street next to that, there's another field. Yesterday, I learned the far field has cows! And my friend spotted a hawk.
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I love this. It feels hard to do in many business contexts. But it's how I prefer to operate. That must be why I gravitate to Support and Community Management.

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Squeee!!!!! Effective tomorrow! I'm joining Cloudera as a Customer Advocate in the Support team. So excited to rejoin many former teammates and make new friends!

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I went to go tie my shoes and then this happened! They say to add more weight to make a workout more challenging, but I don't think this is how to do it.

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Customer Advocate
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Community strategy, design, and management; customer advocacy; customer service.
Employment
  • PredPol
    Customer Support Manager, 2015 - present
  • #selfie
    on sabbatical, 2014 - 2015
  • Google Enterprise
    Partner Community Manager, 2013 - 2014
  • FactorLab
    Customer Success Manager, 2013 - 2013
  • HP ArcSight
    Enterprise Community Manager, 2010 - 2013
  • ArcSight
    Customer Advocate > Community Manager, 2007 - 2010
  • Sun Microsystems
  • NetLine Corporation
  • Nirvana Candle Co.
  • Great Adventure Tours
  • California Associate of Bed and Breakfast Inns (CABBI)
  • Sarrus Software
Story
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Love yourself. No reservations necessary.
Introduction
Howdy! I'm a California native, born and raised in America's Salad Bowl. I have lived in the Monterey and San Francisco bay areas my whole life.

I love online communities and social networks, and have managed internal and external communities for technology companies, large and small. I'm a wife, kitty mama, knitter, hiker, dancer, runner, and standup paddleboarder. Also a student of the social web, social business, and community management.

Community BackChannel Charter Member. #cmtybc

Jive Software Champion.

Discovering truth, beauty, and pursuit of the perfect lemondrop.
Bragging rights
Marty Cooper signed my phone!!!
Education
  • Stanford University
    Sociology
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Best Indian food in the Santa Cruz area. My DH and I usually share the veggie sampler platter and add an order of chicken tikka masala. Yum!! They also have a lunch buffet. Seven days a week!
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I love Betty's! Not the best place for traditional pho. The Spicy Tomato Noodle soup is my favorite.
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Best ramen in the Santa Cruz area! I like the Tonkatsu and also the Spicy Miso ramen. You can order them with extra steamed veggies. The deep fried chicken gyoza are a must!
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A Santa Cruz institution! I love the Laughing Phoenix red curry with hoisin pork topping. DH loves Spicy Dan's, the Chang Mai noodles, and the Green Curry noodles. Their seasonal dish of spicy garlic green beans is a must!
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Had the filet mignon for dinner, it was divine!
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Yummmmm..... I love the Ika Sansai salad and the Seabright roll. Sashimi is high-quality and delicious every time.
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Oh man, the food here is so good! Today we had seafood paella (hers) and scallops and asparagus (his). And excellent company!
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