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Why I founded PMDojo?
Across my 20 years in Tech and Product, I have experienced how overwhelming and lonely it is to be the only woman and person of color in the room.
There is a problem of limited inclusion and diversity in tech. To solve this, we need to look at where this problem starts. For the tech industry to be truly inclusive, more people need access to opportunities for learning, mentorship and career growth to stand out and thrive in these roles.
That's why I started PMDojo to be a learning community that connects product enthusiasts to mentorship, immersive learning and opportunities with senior industry and product leaders. My mission is to make tech more inclusive and accessible for all.
What our mentors say about PMDojo
Senior Product Manager, Microsoft
I've seen a lot of people who want to transition into PM. Although they may speak the language, they lack the experience to transition into a product role. Fellows in PMDojo get the learning and experience so they are more genuine and grow into leaders companies are looking for. it. Participants in PMDojo get the experience to be able to communicate their knowledge to hiring managers in a more genuine way."
Founding Leader at Workomo
"The cohort participants have grown a lot. Their thinking and approach to problems has improved a lot. Having to deliver a practical outcome every week has pushed them into a real-world product scenario much more than a theoretical curriculum."
We need more diversity and inclusion in our tech industry. This means diversity of perspectives, experiences, learning styles, walks of life, socio-economic or educational background. The impact and consequences of technology are felt everywhere and if we want technology to enable us to impact our world in a meaningful way, then we absolutely need the teams behind tech are also diverse.
We believe that the first tangible way to achieve this is by making opportunities for learning, mentorship and career more accessible and affordable. We want to break down systemic barriers that discourage so many today just because they might not look like or have a background of what the typical person in tech might look like.