Struggling with workplace diversity? This startup is raising money to help
from Washington Business Journal
Janice Omadeke sees a technology industry that can be far more diverse — and her startup The Mentor Method is raising $550,000 in seed funding to bring its inclusion methods to a wider market. The Mentor Method charges startups and larger companies between $2,500 and $25,000 to design diversity and inclusion programs, pair company employees with mentors and mentees and build a pipeline of qualified job candidates from a diversity of backgrounds. The goal would be to build a more diverse company over the long term, and not just a temporary program, Omadeke said.
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