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Kanarys

Building a data-driven platform between employees and employers to cultivate more inclusive workplaces

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Mandy Price

Co-Founder & CEO at Kanarys

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Employees 6–20
Headquarters Dallas, Texas, United States
Kanarys is a technology company focused solely on providing the tools organizations need to create systemic change around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) challenges. Kanarys uses a data-based approach to pinpoint DEI blindspots in your talent acquisition, retention, performance reviews, and other policies and procedures, so DEI strategies and interventions are precise, measurable, and result in lasting transformation. A true DEI partner, Kanarys takes a holistic approach, providing everything from data and analytics to DEI insights, recommendations and strategy implementation. Kanarys is changing the measurements and metrics of DEI, delivering insights and recommendations that bring about measurable solutions for equity and inclusion.

If you are interested in learning more, please find a brief video explaining how Kanarys works with organizations.

Notable Achievements

  • Mandy Price, CEO, has a JD from Harvard Law School and recently was a Partner for M&A/PE for Barnes & Thornburg.
  • Over 600 companies represented in the Kanarys index, with the former Chief Diversity Officers of Coca Cola and PepsiCo lauding Kanarys’ work.
  • Kanarys’ entire executive team is BIPOC with over 50% female representation on their team.

Currently Operating in One Region

Press Mentions

January 7, 2021

Kanarys raises $3 million for its data-driven platform to assess diversity and inclusion efforts

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