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Re: Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business
Posted by: Vivian Wagner 2017-07-08 13:36:59
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"My team has always, from day one, been 70 percent female," said Trustify President Jennifer Mellon. "You know, we're not a flower delivery service -- we're doing private investigation. It's not a space women often lead in, so I'm really proud of that. We did a self-disclosure report early on, and over 45 percent of my team identified with a protected minority population -- including LGBT, race, ethnic and religious minorities -- and I'm really proud of that. We've succeeded because we look like our consumer."


Re: Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business
Posted by: Patrick_Jackson 2019-01-17 20:26:27 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Jen Mellon and Danny Boice were both lean startup devotees, and both had backgrounds in trust and safety, so I trusted Trustify in every private investigator that I need. Their mission in bringing the truth, trust, and safety to everyone by making intelligence agents and private investigators more accessible, affordable and transparent.

Re: Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business
Posted by: Olivia_Jenkins 2019-01-14 02:18:10 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
A complete commitment to diversity is always present with Danny Boice and Jen Mellon. I remember when I needed to hire an investigator, I browse too many company profiles just to get the best of the best and the only thing that catches my attention is how Trustify built. So I recommended it even to my co-workers. Also after reading this blog https://www.trustify.info/blog/jen-mellon-how-can-i-help-my-internationally-adopted-child-find-their-birth-parents-0 my cousin was very happy as she's able to found her birth parents. Very helpful.

Re: Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business
Posted by: Kate_Eure 2019-01-09 23:07:35 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
A strategy is also a key to success. Trustify President Jennifer Mellon is an inspiration to every woman by promoting hard work and creativity. Thanks, Jen.

Re: Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business
Posted by: mich07 2019-01-08 23:29:15 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
It's cool to see how Trustify nailed it to diverse. I know that hiring is flinty and what more when your company aims to get employees with diverse skills? This blog of Danny Boice https://www.trustify.info/blog/danny-boice-on-recruitment-4-ways-to-assess-character-during-the-hiring-process? solved us in the hiring process too.

Re: Trustify President Jennifer Mellon: Diversity Is Good Business
Posted by: mdrury 2017-09-06 00:18:11 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
I'm really confused about the article's conclusions here. So good business, as defined by Miss Mellon, is simply diversity of staff? That's great news because now I can save hundreds of thousands on college tuition for my kids. They don't need to learn all those pesky, old-fashioned ideas and principles that used to constitute "good business" in those expensive schools. I can just print up a few "Diversity is Good Business" bumper stickers and their education will be complete! Even better, they are guaranteed to be successful beyond their wildest dreams with this guiding principle. I'm going to retire right now and just wait for the money to start pouring in as soon as my kids hire "protected minority" workers. Awesome! Thanks for sharing the secret to success and reminding us it's not the content of our character and our work ethic that matters, it's what protected group we are part of that is most important in life (sorry straight white males, you had your run).
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