Perspectives on advancing the
careers of diverse leaders.
Our more than fifteen years of experience yields valuable insights into key steps underrepresented minorities must take to accelerate their careers, and the comprehensives strategies institutions must deploy in order to attract, retain, and promote diverse talent toward senior leadership. Learn more about our insights, and how we are making progress toward our vision of achieving a critical mass of diverse senior leadership.
Results from a report by the Institute on Assets and Social Policy at Brandeis University distinguish MLT’s Career Prep program for undergraduates as unusually effective in addressing the complex challenge of economic mobility for minority populations in the United States.
Part of MLT’s Perspectives series, Voices from the Front Lines on Career Choice and Development of Underrepresented Minorities describes how professional networks have influenced the career choice and development of MLT’s Rising Leaders through a qualitative approach with in-depth alumni interviews.
The second white paper in the MLT Perspectives series finds that it is a lack of career information and exposure — not a pipeline problem — that is preventing underrepresented minorities majoring in STEM, and non-STEM majors from pursuing careers in tech.
Introducing the first in our series of MLT Perspectives, where we explore factors that shape the perceptions, confidence and career choices of college students of color, with a focus on tech sector careers. Findings are based on MLT's Spring 2016 survey of 500 African American, Latinx and Native American sophomores attending major colleges throughout the U.S.