Hutch and Fearless diversifying talent in tech and government digital services
An interview with Hutch Program Manager Stephanie Chin.
In the heart of Baltimore, the Hutch is a dynamic co-working space for minority, black founders and women-led tech startups, and solo entrepreneurs. Established by their parent brand, Fearless, Hutch equips civic tech entrepreneurs with tools, mentorship, and peer-to-peer support. The aim is to support entrepreneurs from different backgrounds to build and grow tech companies to have a lasting impact on their government and their communities.
Hutch operates at the intersection of digital services, government, and community. Their program acts as a home base for our entrepreneurs, giving them a foundation of support to grow and be competitive on the market.
Read the full interview on Think Remote and learn more about how Hutch and Fearless is driving diversity and inclusion in government digital services by intentionally investing resources in minority-owned and women-owned businesses.