Mentorship & Workplace Equity Takes Work
How can mentorship in the workplace help to close the job equity gap? Award-winning diversity, inclusion and mentorship expert Janice Omadeke shares her personal mentorship journey along with four helpful takeaways, as she discusses how women and allies can start closing the job equity gap through mentorship. Janice Omadeke | Change Maker & Entrepreneur Janice Omadeke is pushing the ladder down so that the next young tech professional can climb to the top. She has benefited from mentors in her life and career, and wants to install a process for more women and minorities to prosper. Omadeke is the Founder and CEO of The Mentor Method, an enterprise platform helping technology companies increase their inclusion and retention of diverse talent. Her company won Capital Factory’s $100K Women in Tech Challenge and has been featured in The Washington Business Journal and Entrepreneur Magazine, among other awards and spotlights. She was selected to attend The White House Summit on Building the Tech Workforce of Tomorrow, and in 2017 was a top 10 finalist in Rent the Runway Foundation’s Project Entrepreneur contest. She earned a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from Longwood University.