First-time Microsoft MVP Sancho Harker invests in Power Platform user adoption, community needs

September 8 2020

For Sancho Harker being a Microsoft MVP means spending whatever energy you have—and can spare—to help others without worrying about whether that energy is returned.

"The energy spent is the investment, and you are investing in others this way by helping them with whatever you can," says Harker, who received his first MVP award in May. "And then the return on that investment is seeing that person grow or succeed or even just knowing that you helped even one person."

Harker is currently a solutions integration analyst specializing in the Power Platform at the London-based Pinnacle Group Ltd., a group of integrated businesses that deliver community solutions across the public and private sector. Harker's role at the company encompasses every part of creating solutions using the Power Platform. In other words, he does it all. And, he told MSDW, his involvement with both the technology and the community of the Power Platform have been a great fit for his own professional growth as an autistic person.

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