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Stop Mentoring, Start Sponsoring

Super-tactical advice for building a diverse leadership team

Mita Mallick

Featuring Mita Mallick, DEI leader at Carta

June 15, 2023

1 p.m. ET

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Stop mentoring. Start sponsoring.

DEI expert Mita Mallick says, “In my career, I’ve been over-mentored and under-sponsored.”

In other words, she’s worked for many companies that hand out advice to marginalized employees – but very few who do the work to uplift, resource, and promote them.

Join us for a super-tactical, super-honest conversation about building a diverse leadership team. We’ll tackle questions like:

  • Our leadership team is all white, and they’re not planning to quit. Where do I start in diversifying the team?
  • We offer professional development resources to our employees, but no one uses them. What more can we be expected to do?
  • I know pay equity is a problem, but our budgets are stretched as it is. What do I do? 
  • Networking is a huge part of getting promoted. So what – do all my underrepresented employees need to learn how to play golf? 

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Mita Mallick

Meet your professor

Mita Mallick

Mita Mallick is a DEI expert with a track record of transforming businesses. She gives innovative ideas a voice and serves customers and communities with purpose. She is currently the head of inclusion, equity and impact at Carta and is a top LinkedIn voice of 2020.


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