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Be Nimble Foundation, a 501(c)(3) social enterprise creating fully diverse and inclusive tech ecosystems, announces it received a $300,000 grant award from Microsoft as a part of its community skills program.
Bitwise Industries has raised $50M in series B financing led by Kapor Capital to drive equitable and inclusive work opportunities.
Parity.org, a nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender and racial representation gaps in leadership, launched the ParityINDEX®, a diversity, equity and inclusion tool.
Building on its decades-long efforts to advance racial equity internally and in communities, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) announces a new program to transform corporate workplaces into more equitable places of opportunity.