Hot off the Presses: Our Partnership with Pinterest
/dev/color and Pinterest are committing to a multi-year, $3 million partnership to continue /dev/color’s mission of changing tech for good while supporting Pinterest’s Black technologists and leaders. If you came to #dcim22 this year, you might have heard our exciting news! Last year, we began an epic partnership with Pinterest…
#DCIM22 Partner Spotlight: What to expect at /dev/color in motion
We have a whole lot of fun in store for the /dev/color fam at #dcim22 this year. To set the stage, we asked our fantastic partners to share what they have in store for the event, and what they’re feeling excited about. Check out the highlights below!
Meet Our #dcim22 Partners
This year for #dcim22, we are being joined by seven fantastic partners who are helping to make our event possible. Since they’ll be joining us live for the event this year to host sessions, run information booths, and join us in community, we wanted to give them a chance to…
/dev/color Announces First Round of New and Returning Annual Partners for 2022
Our work at /dev/color is accelerated by meaningful partnerships with mission-aligned organizations, our members, and our partners throughout the year. Today, we are excited to announce our first round of new and returning annual partners for 2022! Together, we are supporting, amplifying, and accelerating the impact of Black software engineers, executives, founders, and technologists. Interested in joining us? Click here.
ICYMI: The Recap of /dev/color’s Entrepreneur Accelerator Pitch Contest
After months of hard work, 12 inaugural founders of /dev/color’s entrepreneur accelerator participated in a pitch competition held virtually on January 27, 2022, followed by a Founders’ Reception. Founders competed for over $75,000 of cash prizes, as well as in-kind resources, follow on opportunities, and wrap-around support. Founders were given…
Announcing /dev/color’s Entrepreneur Accelerator Pilot for 2021–2022
We are excited to launch the /dev/color Entrepreneur Accelerator featuring an inaugural cohort of 13 phenomenal Black founders. The /dev/color Entrepreneur Accelerator is designed to foster deep community, sharpen business strategies, and increase access to opportunity within and beyond the cohort. …
Aaron Clark Becomes Matchstick Ventures’ Equity Advisor
/dev/color member Aaron Clark, founder & CEO of Justice Reskill and Equity Solutions, recently joined the Matchstick Ventures board as their new Equity Advisor. We spoke with him on his journey with Matchstick Ventures, and on their collective goals moving forward. — “Matchstick Ventures is a venture capital fund based in Boulder, Colorado and Minneapolis, Minnesota, founded by Natty Zola and Ryan Broshar. They’re attempting to provide funding, resources, and support for companies in Colorado, Minnesota, and nationwide.