Valence Launches a Social Network for Black Professionals

Valence launches today to build a social network for black professionals.

11.5.2019
Article by
High Alpha

Addressing diversity issues by highlighting talent

Over the past two years, as technology companies continued to struggle with diversifying their work forces, Los Angeles-based venture capitalist Kobie Fuller wrestled with how to solve the problem.

As a black professional himself, Fuller had experienced the frustrations and isolation that can sometimes come with being the only person in the room who looked the way he did. He also dealt with being the go-to person for any startup company looking to hire from a diverse pool of candidates.

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