Leading provider of diversity spend analytics in the US; offering comprehensive end-to-end solutions for mid-market & enterprise companies
What we do
Diversity Services is the leading provider of diversity spend program analytics in the U.S, offering comprehensive end-to-end solutions, and intuitive self-service tools
Private Sector and Government Agency Compliance Reporting
Fraud & Risk Management Programs
Agency Compliance Resources and Training tool- Talent Connect
- Awarded contracts are aligned to eligible NACIS industry codes
Only eligible firms were awarded sole-source contracts
- Agency Training
- Intuitive, self-service tools for buyers to ensure compliance prior to contract award
We continue to expand our services to Government Agencies such as WOSB, EAP, GAO, OIG, and OBM to ensure:
- All government funds are being optimized with adequate compliance controls
- Economic growth of small businesses in unrepresented industries
Our Services are compliant with generally acceptable government auditing standards
Strategy, Reporting, &
Auditing & Reporting
Self-service tool for
Tier 1 & qualified-Tier 2
ESC Risk Assessments
Our mission is to enable economic growth of smallbusinesses in underrepresented industries
Diversity Services Social Impact Sustainable Change is Achievable
We believe prioritizing the “whole child” from Pre-K through Post-Secondary Ed is the catalyst to eliminate conscious and unconscious bias that has a foothold in our society today.
For every $1 of revenue earned, Diversity Services will make a substantial allocation to the soft launch
GenTree Education in January 2023.
Come join us on the journey to sustainable change
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He uses scientific methods such as multi-sensory assessments to identify the best way a student learns.
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Max the Bear was designed by my 3rd grade son, Maxwell
Max is dyslexic. He was diagnosed in the summer of 2014, and was accepted into a private school for students with dyslexia… because I could afford $3k for the private testing.
Max the Bear’s final artwork was sent to me on February 25, 2016. The next day, Max wrote this short story.
“When my Mom made Max the Bear to help kids like me. I am diagnosed with dyslexia.
My Mom wanted to make people like me be normal- so I helped.
I go to a school that helps me, but not a lot of the kids can have that- so she makes kids happy and smart.”