Pinterest is today expanding on its efforts to make its product more inclusive with respect to body type diversity with the test of a new consumer-facing tool that allows users to filter select search
Where do we go from here? Is the next step looking at alternative funding, or is it staying on the battleground, always ready to fight?
This is a pressing time to support trans founders and their products as the community faces continuous targeted persecution from state legislation and federal court decisions.
Progress in the amount of venture capital funding raised by companies by all-women teams has been slow and daunting, if steady.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' proposal comes as founders and investors have called on limited partners, like pension funds, to be held more accountable for where their money goes.
Defending an ousted Black founder is not a denial of the wrong, but an ask for empathy in the quest to get it right.
The Neumann announcement reminded many founders that one cannot out-educate, out-network and out-assimilate the systemic barriers designed to discriminate against them.
Walnut was founded by Roshan Patel and Yash Joshi to bring the buy now, pay later model to healthcare, arguably the home of some of the least transparent and taxing financial transactions. After being
There’s no shortage of fintechs claiming to build a more inclusive, mission-driven fintech platform for lower-income individuals. However, hurdles like required credit history or predatory interest
Amazon Web Services (AWS) today launched a new program, AWS Impact Accelerator, that will give up to $30 million to early-stage startups led by Black, Latino, LGBTQIA+ and women founders. The Amazon c
Whenever you open a new role, start by asking the question: How do we ensure that our selection is based solely on criteria that’s relevant to the role?
By definition, web3 is an inspiring vision for a new iteration of the Internet. To highlight women of color in crypto, we created a public spreadsheet listing investors, operators, and professionals w
With so many organizations reevaluating their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, recruiters need to identify access as a key ingredient for developing a workplace that welcomes all.
Let’s make 2022 not only a year when we measure diversity outcomes — let’s actually advance them.
James Nash Contributor Share on X James Nash is CEO and founder of inBeta, a tech-enabled talent specialist using data, social listening and human science to help corporations overcome bias. Today, th
Despite research showing that diverse founding teams have a higher rate of return than white founding teams, one characteristic of startups remains relatively unchanged: the dearth of BIPOC and women
Among Apple’s more recent social good initiatives is the Impact Accelerator, an effort launched about a year ago intended to find and elevate minority-owned small businesses taking on sustainabi
The last year wasn’t an easy one for just about anybody, but a new report from Project Include shows that the shift to remote work affected some groups more negatively than others. Unsurprisingl
Tech companies are no stranger to controversy and workplace issues. Over the years, it’s become clear that no company is immune from diversity issues. But it’s the job of those in the dive
Like many industries with a high concentration of wealth — and the careers that help professionals accumulate it — investment firms have a severe dearth of diversity in their ranks.