Rocki Howard is Chief People and Equity Officer of a fantastic startup titled the Mom Project. She’s been recognized as a leader with an extensive background in HR and a member of the distinguished Forbes Human Resources Council.
Chandra Sanders is the Director of an innovative non-profit initiative at the MomProject titled RISE and is a Fortune 100 Tech Consultant that further supports the projects’ mission. Both will tell us about their own stories and their impact on lives for the better.
The Mom Project is committed to helping women remain active in the workforce in every stage of their journey, and proud to work with employers who are committed to designing and supporting a better workplace. It connects talented professionals with world-class employers who understand that no one should have to choose between family and career.
RISE is a scholarship program committed to accelerating equity for moms and women of color by providing access to upskill tech certifications, while harnessing the power of community, support, and job placement—in six months or less, and at no cost to participants!
Rocki and Chandra are Diversity, Equity & Inclusion champions and Black women of action, who apply their expertise and lived experience to make a difference in the lives of working mothers every day. For more details visit The MomProject.com or MomProject.org.
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