TECH: Entrepreneur Brittany Fitzpatrick Founds Online Program “MentorMe” to Help Bridge Mentoring Gap for Youth

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MentorMe Founder and CEO Brittany Fitzpatrick (Photo via seriousstartups.com) MentorMe Founder and CEO Brittany Fitzpatrick (Photo via seriousstartups.com)

Brittany Fitzpatrick is a purpose-based innovator leveraging technology as a revolutionary tool for social change.

Fresh out of graduate school, the budding civic entrepreneur founded MentorMe, a mentor and mentee online matching platform. The cloud-based software, launched in 2012, cuts time required to manage mentoring programs in half, reducing operational costs by an average of 28 percent.

“Through our technology, we’re able to help organizations start and manage effective mentoring programs without the need for significant increases in administrative time and cost,” Fitzpatrick, founder and CEO of MentorMe, said in an interview with MadameNoire.

“In fact, we’ve seen a reduction in overall administrative time spent on onboarding mentors and mentees, and managing data. Customers are also now starting to see the value in the quantitative and qualitative data they get back after their matches are created.”

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