Mathison is the first all-inclusive technology for diversity hiring and retention. Their platform delivers top-of-funnel diversity sourcing, a system to reduce bias in the hiring process, and tools to mobilize the entire team around diversity hiring efforts.
The company was founded by Arthur Woods and Dave Walsh in 2019, who saw the opportunity to build an end-to-end hiring solution for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
The NYC-based DEI company closed $25 million in Series A funding, led by F-Prime Capital, with participation from Bain Capital Ventures, SemperVirens, ANIMO Ventures, GTM Fund, Gaingels and JP Morgan.
2022 • Series A
Mathison provides a end-to-end platform for transforming hiring and retention strategies to sustainably increase diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI).
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