More. Lives. Transformed.
Since 2002, MLT has transformed the careers and lives of more than 5,000 talented Black, Hispanic and Native American women and men. We have given rise to a powerful professional network of champions – peers, mentors and senior leaders – who are catalysts for a diverse, equitable and thriving America.
We believe that senior leaders drive outsize impact for their organizations, communities and society. This is especially true for senior leaders of color who are paving the way for other underrepresented minorities to see what is possible and attainable. Their leadership creates a unique multiplier effect that influences, inspires and impacts countless others to fulfill their potential and achieve their American dreams.
Over the next decade, we will see 1,000 MLT alumni at the top tiers of the private and social sectors, with 10,000 more MLT Rising Leaders in varying stages of ascent.
MLT By The Numbers:
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95% of our Fellows in the Career Prep program got job offers prior to graduation.
99% of Career Prep Fellows secured summer internships.
95% of MLT’s MBA Prep Fellows have been accepted by at least one top 25 business school.
MBA admission rates at the top ten business schools have been three times greater for MLT’s MBA Prep Fellows than other applicants.
95% of MLT MBA Professional Development Fellows made meaningful connections with potential employers.
75% of professionals who participated in MLT’s mid-career advancement program were promoted within one year of program completion.
850 MLT’ers currently work in the Tech Sector, of whom 41% are women.
Eight of the 2015 40 Under 40 Tech Diversity award winners are MLT Alumni.
First Generation Students
MLT Ascend provides our Rising Leaders the opportunity to mentor first-generation, low-income students for college persistence and employment preparation.
MLT partners with each of the top 25 MBA programs.
40% of the underrepresented minorities at Harvard Business School, Wharton, Kellogg and Columbia are MLT Rising Leaders.
We partner with more than 80 leading companies, entrepreneurships and social sector organizations to drive their diverse recruitment and retention strategies and transform their talent pipelines.
More than 500 MLT alumni are rising through the leadership ranks at Google, Citi, Deloitte, P&G, Goldman Sachs, PepsiCo and Booz Allen Hamilton.
of recent Career Prep Alumni who completed MBA Prep have been admitted to a Top 10 MBA Program
- Forbes named MLT founder and CEO, John Rice, one of top 30 global social entrepreneurs
- John Rice was featured on the cover of Fortune
- CNN’s Black in America 2: Tomorrow’s Leaders
- President Obama appointed MLT Founder and CEO John Rice to the President’s Advisory Board for Educational Excellence for African Americans and to the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance
Our Rising Leaders
Our Rising Leaders are serving as mentors, role models, recruiters, and welcome voices of change throughout Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations. To us, impact on our communities is a key measure of career success. Since 2014, our Rising Leaders have been mentoring low income, first-generation college kids through MLT Ascend, giving back and helping bring others forward.
MLT’s programs take talented Black, Hispanic, and Native American women and men on a career journey that 95% describe as “life-changing.” Our alumni include such influential Rising Leaders as:
MBA Prep, 2008
Read how Erin is forging a path for women in silicon valley
MBA Prep, 2011
Read how Brian has risen to Partner at Kapor Capital
Career Prep, 2010
Read how Quinnton is becoming a start-up leader
MBA Prep, 2010
Read this Q&A with an MBAP Alum & MLT Ascend Coach