Our Commitment to Diversity

We believe that everyone—and we mean everyone—should have access to a brighter tomorrow.

At LaunchSource, we fully recognize that it is imperative to foster a culture of diversity and inclusion to further champion equality amongst our team, candidates, and partnering companies. Our company’s diversity and inclusion efforts are an integral strategy within our business and ultimately continue to be assessed and challenged by our employees, advisors, and community each and every day.


Our Process:

We take the time to work with each of our candidates directly—regardless of background—to best prepare them for their new career in sales.

Our Product:

With our LaunchSource Awaken platform, we allow our partners to reduce unconscious bias when building their sales teams.

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Building A Diverse Sales Team With LaunchSource

LaunchSource

BLUECORE Bluecore is leader in the Multi-Channel Personalization Platform space and was founded on a unique technical insight around the importance of unifying shopper and product data into a single system to personalize in what...

The Mathematician & Philanthropist: Sheila Crump Johnson

LaunchSource

Who is Sheila Crump Johnson? Our last profile selected by LaunchSource’s own Amanda Draper (who is always looking for top talent looking to start a career in sales, just send her a note if you’re...

The First Black Woman To Go To Space: Mae Jemison

LaunchSource

Mae Jemison was born on October 17, 1956, in Decatur, Alabama, although she was raised in Chicago, IL. She studied Chemical Engineering at Stanford University and Medicine at Cornell University. Jemison has made a name...

Advancing Civil Rights at Age 6: Ruby Bridges

LaunchSource

Ruby Nell Bridges Hall, famously known as Ruby Bridges, was born on September 8, 1954, to Lucille and Abon Bridges in Tylertown, Mississippi. Her family relocated to New Orleans, Louisiana when she was four years...

Changing A Sport: Misty Copeland

LaunchSource

Changing a Sport: Meet Misty Copeland Misty Copeland was born in Kansas City, Missouri, U.S. on September 10, 1982. She is a world-renowned Ballerina with the American Ballet Theatre (ABT) in New York City. In...

Blazing The Trail for Black Investors: Robert Smith

LaunchSource

Who is he? Robert F. Smith is a lot of things. CEO & Chairman of Vista Equity Partners (an investment firm valued at over $73 billion). Philanthropist (you may remember his 2019 pledge to eliminate...

Inspiring The Transgender Community: Laverne Cox

LaunchSource

Who is Laverne Cox? Laverne Cox was born in May 29, 1972 and raised by her single mother and grandmother in Mobile, Alabama. She is a self-confessed transgender actress, producer, and co-producer. She studied creative...

Dr. Charles Richard Drew: African American Responsible for Blood Banking

LaunchSource

Who is Charles Richard Drew? In the spirit of celebrating Black History Month, the impact of Dr. Charles Richard Drew cannot go unnoticed. Dr. Charles Drew is renowned for being a great scientist and medical...

Kobe Bryant: Basketball Legendary

LaunchSource

Who is Kobe Bryant? January 26, 2020, was a sad day, as the news of Kobe Bryant’s death in a tragic helicopter crash hit the globe hard. Kobe Bryant was a renowned African American professional...

The First African American to Serve in the U.S. Congress

LaunchSource

Who is Hiram Rhodes Revels? Hiram Rhodes was the first African American to serve in the United States Congress. He was born on September 27, 1827, and he died on January 16, 1901. Revels served...

Madam C. J. Walker: First Black Female Millionaire

LaunchSource

Contributed by the LaunchSource Community Who is she? As we celebrate black history month, we dig into U.S. history to acknowledge important figures whose existence impacted the world positively. Madam C.J Walker, a highly charismatic...

Celebrating Black History Month

Sasanka Atapattu

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African-Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Growing up in middle school I remember teachers sticking to topics around civil...