Mathison, an NYC-based provider of an end-to-end Diversity, Equity and Inclusion platform for hiring and maintaining employees, has closed its $25m Series-A funding.
F-Prime Capital led the round, along with participation from Bain Capital Ventures (SemperVirens), ANIMO Ventures. GTM Fund, Gaingels, and JP Morgan.
The company plans to use the funds for continued data and analytics development, scaling its go-to-market team, and increasing its impact on employers. John Lin from F-Prime Capital joined F-Prime Capital’s board as part of the round.
Mathison, headed by Dave Walsh, CEO and Arthur Woods is a DEI Operating System that gives employers one place to manage all their:
- Reporting, benchmarking, and measurement of DEI
- Diversity sourcing to grow the hiring pool
- DEI tools and training to change behavior and reduce bias
Designed to integrate into employers’ existing systems, the platform features DEI tools that can be implemented into every employee’s daily workflow and a comprehensive dashboard of DEI metrics for leaders.The solution has made a measurable collective impact, sourcing over 50,000 underrepresented candidates for employers, supporting the development of hundreds of new equitable talent policies across over 30 industries, and engaging more than 10,000 employees in DEI training to date.
Mathison works with employers of all sizes, including Sonos and 23andMe. HelloFresh, Bowery Farms. Bristol Myers Squibb. Non-profits range from Sundance Film to The World Economic Forum.