As featured in the Boston Globe, Board-Ready Bootcamp is designed to improve the quality of board governance and composition at tech companies by providing a high-impact curriculum on board fundamentals, strategy and governance. Given the lack of diversity in the tech boardroom, the bootcamp is focused on preparing underrepresented tech leaders, including African American, Latinx, LGBTQIA, and women tech executives. Participants must be current tech executives who’ve been nominated to attend and have the support of their CEO or board of directors.
To learn more about our alumni, and to see more about their experiences, please visit our Alumni Page.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“The MTLC Board Bootcamp is like being taken under the wing of a good friend on the first day at a new school. The highly qualified speakers demystified and explained the somewhat opaque nature of how boards work and clearly laid out how and why to be on a board.”
– Jules Pieri, Co-Founder & CEO, The Grommet
“Personally speaking, it raised the bar for my performance as an executive. I clearly saw areas I could improve and walked away with actions I could immediately take.”
– Joseph Maxwell, CEO, Parlance Corporation
“MassTLC’s Board-Ready Bootcamp is now the gold standard for every business or professional organization that is serious about racial and gender diversity on boards within their industry. Everything about the Bootcamp was well thought out and flawlessly orchestrated. The room itself was inclusive from participants to faculty members and panelists. It was an amazing day.”
– Colette A. Phillips, President/CEO, Colette Phillips Communications
Thank you to the following organizations for providing the financial support and thought leadership to make this initiative possible.
MassTLC is providing educational and community building services through the Board-Ready Bootcamp. Board recruitment is the sole responsibility of technology companies and their boards. MassTLC makes NO REPRESENTATION that participation in this program will result in being named to a board of directors.