Mentorships & Career Opportunities

WeXL’s unique cross-sector approach to economic empowerment also addresses the diversity and inclusion needs of companies and organizations. We work with our mentors and partners to bring quality opportunities to our diverse and talented community.

Tax-deductible donations go to support our programs and scale our impact as we recruit, nurture, and empower an emerging creative workforce from marginalized populations. We seek to understand and advocate for their needs, and we also give them a platform to share their social value so that they may become purposeful influencers and global leaders.

WeXL is also a social enterprise providing storytelling services to our partners. We are an approved vendor at Autodesk and work with other small to large businesses on their content production needs. For each project we produce and manage, we give work to our diverse community of professional and emerging creatives.

Our Partners


Thanks to the team at Autodesk Forge, a platform for cloud-based developer tools unlocking the power of design and engineering data, for supporting our What Matters program launch and the “Expedition to Excel” of our ECM, Ornell Caesar.

oracle netsuite

The Oracle Netsuite team awarded WeXL with a software, training, and customization grant worth over $90,000 for 2018 and 2019.


NAG, Inc. powers WeXL’s What Matters Data Platform. Thanks to Swapan, Mo, and their developers for working with us to build and evolve a robust data gathering and visualization technology that will grow to help the world combat socio-economic injustices inhibiting prosperity for all.


Mentorship Case Study


WeXL Impact Network and Ornell Caesar from the Bard Prison Initiative

In February 2019, WeXL hosted emerging creative mind, Ornell Caesar, an engineer and artist from the Bard Prison Initiative. We worked with our mentors and corporate partners at Autodesk Forge and Google to bring an unforgettable experience that showcased Caesar’s incredible work and story.