Professional Diversity Network, a developer and operator of online and in-person Diversity talent networks that provide access to networking, training, educational and employment opportunities for diverse individuals, today announced its launch of the Black Women Talk Tech (“BWTT”) job board, a fully integrated job board located on BWTT’s website. BWTT is the leading membership-based organization for Black Women tech entrepreneurs and technologists.
PDN, being one of the largest diverse job seeker networks in the nation, collaborated with BWTT to launch an easy-to-access job board at the BWTT website for their over 2,500 members. “We are excited to launch the BWTT job board that will allow DEI focused employers to recruit the nation’s brightest Black women technical talent. The BWTT job site will serve as the primary platform for recruiters to access Black women leaders and for Black women to seek new tech career opportunities. There are many employers interested in utilizing this platform in order to advance their own company’s competitive advantage in the marketplace,” said Russell Esquivel, SVP of PDN.
The Mom Project says they have reached its biggest milestone yet: as of September 2022, the company has attracted and serves one million moms in search of a better work experience. The company is also launching a new enterprise offering today, TMP Reach, which will provide companies with a vast pool of both highly skilled (94% of TMP talent has a bachelor’s degree or higher and 8-12 years of experience) and diverse (50% identify as ethnically diverse) candidates.
Says Founder and CEO Allison Robinson: “Serving one million mothers marks a wonderful turning point and moment of celebration for The Mom Project. I’m heartened not just by the way that we’ve grown since 2016, but that we’ve been able to help working moms weather the storm of the past two years in particular. What’s more, as we’ve expanded our offerings, we’re more committed than ever to fighting the biases that we know moms – especially our moms of color – face on a daily basis. That fifty percent of moms on our platform are ethnically diverse is very important to our organization as we continue to upend the status quo and advocate for womens’ economic advancement.”
Coinciding with this milestone, The Mom Project has also launched a refreshed version of its website, providing not only a fresh look for the brand, but an easier-to-navigate and more accessible platform for mothers looking to join the community, or companies hoping to ally themselves with the organization. Please visit www.themomproject.com for additional details.