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Who we are

InHerSight’s mission is to build better workplaces for women

We’re the first women-focused company reviews platform aimed at accelerating progress toward gender equality in the workplace

We lay claim to the largest database of women-rated companies, and we use that data to help companies hire and retain talent and to stay ahead of the changing needs of women in the workforce. Women and allies leverage our data to find companies that align with their values and support their needs at different stages of their lives and careers.

Beyond our mission, which is central to everything we do, what makes our platform and dataset unique are our metrics. For the most nuanced understanding of women’s experiences at work, we ask anonymous raters about the 17 key metrics that matter most to working women, including Flexible Work Hours, Sense of Belonging, Salary Satisfaction, and Ability to Telecommute. These metrics, paired with demographic information and user comments ensure our company scorecards reflect the intersectional experiences represented in the workforce.

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women say the reviews and ratings on InHerSight help them make better career decisions

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of our site’s millions of visitors are actively job searching


Our Story

When the vision for InHerSight first started to form, our cofounder and CEO Ursula Mead had recently become a working mom. At home, she had a baby girl, and at work, she was a woman in the male-dominated tech field. She was also closely following new conversations about women in the workplace, the challenges they faced, and the strong business case for gender diversity.

Now nearly a decade later, it’s easy to forget that just 10 years ago few leaders were speaking up for and really listening to the needs of working women. But at the time, Mead was listening to the women in her life—friends, neighbors, and family members. Some seemed to have it all—flexible hours, big promotions, and paid maternity leaves. Others were passed over for management roles and faced daily interactions with unprofessional colleagues.

She realized two things: Working women faced major obstacles, but there were growing tailwinds to support them. She spent a year on Google, searching for a company review site for women. She envisioned a kind of TripAdvisor or Yelp to help working women find the best companies for them. Each time, the search came up empty.

Eventually, she decided to build it herself. Today, InHerSight helps millions of women and allies find organizations where they can succeed. Hundreds of organizations trust InHerSight to help them win with women. InHerSight’s innovative approach and proprietary workforce insights have been featured in publications like The Economist, The Washington Post, and MSNBC, and the platform has been named one of the companies on the path to becoming tomorrow’s household names by CNBC’s “Upstart 25.”

Ursula Mead
InHerSight cofounder and CEO Ursula Mead

Our Values


Inspire trust. Our team members seek ways to measure their success, and we rely on one another to be authorities on the work we do and how it contributes to our growing company.


Take initiative. Enterprisers are two things: excited and resourceful. By the time you ask us to solve a problem, we’ve already tried and failed and tried again. We’re competitive and love a challenge, thriving on thinking up new and imaginative ways to broaden our impact.


Make the right choice. Transparency is integral to the work we do. No, it’s not always the easiest route to take, but we’re not interested in easy. We present ourselves exactly as we are. Be fair, be ethical, be open, but never settle.


Be generous. In the simplest terms, be kind. Time, energy, thoughtfulness, ideas, understanding—there are so many ways we can show someone we value and respect them. Embody a warmth of spirit that celebrates diverse experiences and creates a sense of welcome.


Bring yourself to work. We love who you are, but more than that, diversity of thought makes teams more creative, more engaged, and more proficient. In essence, we’re a better company because of all of the yous who show up to work every day, so be your authentic self.

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We’re helping companies of all sizes and industries meaningfully connect with talent inside and outside of their organizations, all toward a happier, more gender diverse workforce.

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