“Through a recent survey of more than 2,000 employees in technical roles, we identified cornerstone policies that drive the most impact while addressing employee needs. We also sought to understand company perspectives and uncover gaps in current offerings.
As companies face constrained resources, we are excited to share a practical and feasible set of critical talent investment steps that will also enable companies to capitalize on the growing number of BLNA women graduating with computing degrees.”
Pivotal Ventures is committed to expanding women’s power and influence. To achieve that goal, we invest in helping women—especially women of color—advance in key professions where they have been systematically underrepresented. That’s why we support the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition.
The coalition was formed by 11 companies in 2018 to double the number of BLNA women graduating with computing degrees by 2025. Less than five years later, the coalition has expanded to 21 members and six partners and has collectively pledged more than $26 million to BLNA women in computing. With help from many partners, they’ve almost achieved their doubling goal. That’s the good news. There are more BLNA technologists than ever graduating from college, ready to step into the workforce.