We are pleased to announce that Resility Health was recently named one of ten startups included in the innovative TechDiversity Accelerator. Backed by the Nielsen Foundation, startups owned by minority founders have the opportunity to grow and thrive in this marketplace.
Tampa Bay Wave’s latest TechDiversity accelerator is a 90-day program that aims to help early-stage companies. They support companies that are owned, controlled and operated by a minority, woman, veteran, or LGBTQ persons. Nielsen Foundation awarded $100,000 to Wave to create this unique accelerator. The TechDiversity Startup is among the first diversity accelerators in the country. Also, it is one of the first to be backed by a corporate foundation.
The Tampa Bay Business Journal published an article that introduced the ten startups earning the honor of being the first cohort class. In addition, the Saint Pete Catalyst also published an article that helped to illustrate how an accelerator that promotes diversity can create new opportunities.
We at Resility are thrilled to be a part of the inaugural class of the TechDiversity Accelerator. We hope that by partnering with leaders in the field we can help enhance our vision of health.