Women's Work Initiative

The Mom Project is thrilled to announce that the Women's Work Initiative™ is launching in the Bay Area!

The largest coordinated effort of its kind, The Women’s Work Initiative™ is bringing together the country’s top employers to create career opportunities for more than 1,000 talented women returning to work across technology and business.

Please join in celebrating the launch and our goal of stimulating female workforce participation at the world’s best brands. Join us in a week long celebration of the Women’s Work Initiative and the tech companies helping to shape the future of work.

You're in good company.

Is your company ready to get to work?

Sign on to the Women’s Work Initiative by October 15, 2019, to be included in this game-changing initiative and have your company highlighted as an essential part of the movement.

Employer partnership options:

High Growth Partner

  • Full-cycle diversity recruitment for two hires 

  • Specialized delivery of top gender diverse talent for a mix of core corporate roles 
     
  • Regional and national media exposure via Women's Work Initiative Media Plan 

  • Elevated status in curated week of programming featuring your company as a leading employer of choice for women and families

  • Webinar for your company led by Mom Project Labs 
     
  • Inclusion in Women's Work Research Report highlighting scalable best practices for diverse hiring and inclusion strategies 

Enterprise Partner

  • Full-cycle diversity recruitment for five hires 

  • Custom diversity program design and project management services 
     
  • Regional and national media exposure via Women's Work Initiative Media Plan 

  • Elevated status in curated week of programming featuring your company as a leading employer of choice for women and families

  • Personalized internal ERG session led by Mom Project Labs

  • Company-specific Women's Work Research Report highlighting scalable best practices for diverse hiring and inclusion strategies 

Women bear a disproportionate share of caregiving responsibilities, which means we’ll be losing out on their ideas and perspectives if we don’t work harder to support and retain them at all stages of their careers. We’re excited to partner with The Mom Project and take action to foster a more caregiver-inclusive culture at Uber and across the tech industry.

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Bo Young Lee
Chief Diversity Officer at Uber

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