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Strengthening Our Workforce by Investing in Women

The Women's Work Initiative is a groundbreaking program designed to connect women with leading employers in an effort to promote business, social, and economic growth by maximizing female workforce participation.

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Serena Williams Joins The Mom Project

Joining forces to #ChampionMoms

Serena Williams is on our team as strategic advisor

We’re working together toward a future where women don’t have to choose between their families and successful careers.

“I’m calling on CEOs, Heads of People and Business Leaders big and small. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a team of 1 or 100,000; if you’re hiring, are you considering hiring moms? Together, we can influence how work gets done and build a better workplace for the future.” 
— Serena Williams

Our momentum with Serena coupled with escalating commitment from companies across the United States will fundamentally impact the future of work.

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Serena Williams Joins The Mom Project

Women's Work Initiative is coming to Chicago!

We're launching a national tour of the Women's Work InitiativeTM in 2020 and our first stop is Chicago.

Join us for Your Career, Fair in Spring 2020 at Revel Fulton Market for a jam-packed afternoon of connection, career building opportunities, and a soon-to-be-announced keynote. It will be a unique opportunity for companies that support working families to connect in-person with ambitious and talented women from our community.

Registration details coming soon—complete the form below to be the first to be notified or if you're a business looking to partner with us.

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Participating Companies

Women's Work Initiative San Francisco launch

San Francisco Launch

The Women's Work InitiativeTM launched in the Bay Area to increase female workforce participation at scale with a week-long event series. 

The events were rooted in three key themes essential to the success of women in the workplace; Innovation, Conversation & Connection.

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Women's Work Initiative San Francisco launch

Why It Matters

The Mom Project

How it Benefits Employers

  • Achievement of diversity hiring targets

  • Thought-leading employer branding

  • Unique insights and tangible plans to support women’s workforce development

  • National recognition for commitment to Diversity & Inclusion
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How it Benefits Women

  • Opportunity to re-skill and re-enter the workforce

  • Placement into roles with companies that understand and support working motherhood

  • Personal involvement in a program that will create incredible opportunities for women across the U.S.
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Turning a career fair on its head is a fantastic idea. We found the attendees much more relaxed and the conversation flowed casually and intentionally. Well done TMP!

Tara Drake | Apple - Program Leader Diversity Recruiting Programs


It's critical to the growth of any business and community that women are at the table to contribute their valuable perspectives, knowledge, and skills.

John Dwyer | President, AT&T Prepaid Portfolio


Female participation in the workforce provides a tremendous economic benefit not just for cities, but for the companies in which these women work and lead.

Martin Flanagan | CEO, Invesco


We can collectively affect greater change by expanding opportunities for working mothers.

Christian Fischer | CEO, Georgia-Pacific

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We'd love to have you join us in this initiative that will transform the way employers, women, and our country collaborate to maximize female participation in the workforce. Together, we can help moms get to work.