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MLT's commitment to developing top minority talent for leadership roles in the business and non-profit sector was featured on CNN's special series, "Black in America 2: Tomorrow's Leaders".Continue Reading >
Talented Young People, Communities, and Innovation Leadership Remain At StakeContinue Reading >
The Annie E Casey Foundation commissioned a case study to look at their investment in MLT and MLT's work to develop the next generation of diverse leadership talent for the social sector.Continue Reading >
MLT hires Mark Taguchi to head West Coast efforts.Continue Reading >
Seasoned Silicon Valley Executive to Play Critical Role in Helping Technology Companies Meet Their Minority Talent Acquisition Needs.Continue Reading >
On November 6th, Huffington Post published "MLT Is Powered by Pro Bono", written by Aaron Hurst, President and Founder of the Taproot Foundation. John Rice, MLT's CEO and Founder, also contributed to the piece. In the article, John provides insight on how the organization has been so succesful: "I think we're a pretty good example of a social entrepreneurial organization that has found a way to leverage the business community to build and grow MLT and drive results for our partners."
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On July 5th, The Wall Street Journal highlighted the ongoing lack of diverse talent (and specifically African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans) at the nation’s top business schools. MLT is cited as a leading organization that works to address this disparity.Continue Reading >
In his bylined article in HBR, John Rice explores various ways that companies trip themselves up as they attempt to build a diverse talent pipeline.
John Rice, MLT Founder & CEO, was named one of the world's top 30 social entrepreneurs by Forbes Magazine in its inaugural Impact 30 List.Continue Reading >
MLT provides leading partner organizations nationwide the exposure to top talent before MLT Fellows matriculate to business school.Continue Reading >