Numly: Delivering Impact and Engaging Employees
Numly recognizes the impact of DE&I in retaining talent, improving employee engagement, and providing opportunties for growth through peer coaching.
Numly, Inc. believes that the fundamental approach to diversity and inclusion needs to see a paradigm shift — where corporate leaders, community organizations, and employees can see tangible impact. Numly is a leading provider of NumlyEngage, an AI-driven, Peer Coaching platform for critical skills. that accelerates employee engagement, performance, and growth for corporate customers, especially in the new normal of WFH / Remote and Hybrid work environments. Numly helps its customers foster a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusivity through its Software Platform and Services and aims to help employees through Human Connection, Peer Coaching, and Critical Skills Development, enabled by AI.
Numly is committed to building a globally diverse organization that embraces all perspectives and ideas. Through its company's core values, they endeavor to support Women, millennials/Gen-Z’s, and Neuro-diverse individuals to develop a collaborative Remote Work / Work From Home (WFH) environment that drives a positive impact on its employees, customers, partners, and communities.
Numly, Inc. was named as a Hot Vendor by Aragon Research in Employee Engagement for 2020.
Create a peer coaching program where DE&I initiatives can make a real and tangible impact
"BE LIKE WATER"
As the first person hired to the role of Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with the San Francisco 49ers, Christina Jefferson has hit the ground running. Whether she is working on employee resource groups, collaborating with the marketing team, or working on supplier diversity, she’s found a helpful mantra inspired by Bruce Lee: “Be like water.” Rather than staying in a silo, as Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Jefferson is involved in multiple parts of the 49ers organization, her efforts flowing to where they are needed the most.
A longtime fan of the football team, Jefferson joined the 49ers organization in April 2021 following six years with Sephora, where she led the company-wide diversity and inclusion initiative. A Midwesterner, she earned her B.S. from the University of Southern Indiana and her Masters in Human Resource Management from Golden Gate University. Jefferson said she took the job because was confident that she would have the support needed to do her best work and bring equity to the forefront.
In a candid conversation with Nadia Anderson, SVLG’s Racial Justice & Equity Lead, 49ers DEI Director Christina Jefferson discussed some of the challenges and opportunities associated with being a DEI Director in turbulent times.