About The Mom Project
At The Mom Project, we’re committed to helping women remain active in the workforce in every stage of their journey, and we’re proud to work with employers who are committed to designing and supporting a better workplace.
Joining forces to #ChampionMoms
Serena Williams is on our team as strategic advisor
We’re working together toward a future where women don’t have to choose between their families and successful careers.
“I’m calling on CEOs, Heads of People, and Business Leaders big and small. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a team of 1 or 100,000; if you’re hiring, are you considering hiring moms? Together, we can influence how work gets done and build a better workplace for the future.”
Our momentum with Serena coupled with escalating commitment from companies across the United States will fundamentally impact the future of work. Read more
We create opportunities for women to engage on their terms with incredible companies that need their talent and expertise. We facilitate connections and push for change at both the company and policy level.
We have developed a people-first, research-based approach to mining workplace insights, allowing companies to understand how to best support working parents through innovative policies and improving best practices.
Our community for working moms (a.k.a. all moms!) allows women to support each other, connect to career goal support and gain access to the resources needed to thrive in their personal working parenthood journey. #allmomswork
Commit to the success of women.
Of caregivers. Of parents. Of people.
Boldly upend the status quo.
Stand on the right side of history.
Take up space and speak up often.
Be empathetic. Be genuine. Be respectful.
Build a better workplace and a better world.
For you. For her. For everyone.
An estimated 43% of highly skilled women leave the workforce after becoming mothers. This is the jarring statistic I read while on maternity leave from Procter & Gamble with my first child. I started to imagine a future where women would not have to choose between parenthood and their careers, and could not stop thinking about what a real solution might look like. Inspired by the birth of my first son and on behalf of moms everywhere, I founded The Mom Project in 2016.
More than one million American women will become parents this year, joining the ranks of the working parenthood — a vital segment of the workforce. Simultaneously, businesses are challenged to retain talented employees as they navigate through this period of life, and struggle to find the experienced talent they need to grow. The Mom Project bridges the gap, creating opportunities for companies and professionals to grow and thrive.
Women staying engaged in the workforce on their terms is good for families. It’s good for business. It’s good for all of us.
With over 1.2 million talented professionals in our network and over 20,000 companies signed up to hire moms to drive their businesses forward…we’re just getting started.
Will you be part of our story to build a better workplace? I sincerely hope so.