Only three percent of people who hold executive roles at U.S. companies are black, according to the latest data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. …
For starters, the multi-faceted partnership will enable Greylock to tap into MLT’s network of around 8,000 Black, Latinx and Indigenous professionals and connect them with …
MLT joins venture capital firm Greylock Partners as a limited partner on a new billion-dollar venture capital fund.
Former MLT adviser shares that proximity to diverse colleagues broadened her worldview, challenged her assumptions, and helped her overcome bias.
The Wall Street Journal features MLT Coach Andrea O’Neal in a discussion about how companies and employees can prioritize diversity and inclusion.
John Rice calls for employers to back up anti-racism statements with actions that move the needle on diverse talent recruitment.
BBC World Report interview features Shartoyea Scott Dixon, MLT’s VP of Campus Programs, discussing stagnation in the number of Black MBA students.
In an interview for Pivot podcast and corresponding New York Magazine article, John Rice debunks a longstanding myth behind the lack of workplace diversity.
Only when people align on what racist behavior looks like will we be able to take practical steps to make those behaviors costly.
WSJ features MLT’s Shartoyea Scott Dixon in a discussion about the factors fueling the lack of diversity in business schools and the corporate pipeline.