Brit Fitzpatrick is a tech entrepreneur, social innovator, and digital creative.
In 2013, she founded MentorMe, a startup building technology to make it easier for organizations to start, manage, and grow mentoring programs. Today, more than 100 schools and organizations have used MentorMe’s technology nationwide.
Brit has been invited to speak on entrepreneurship; social innovation; mentorship; and diversity in entrepreneurship and technology at conferences across the U.S. — including Dreamforce, White House Demo Day, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Summit. Her work has been profiled in national media outlets — including GOOD Magazine, Essence, Inc., FastCompany, and Madame Noire. And she has been honored as an American Express Top 50 under 40 in social enterprise.
Brit is a proud honors graduate of Howard University. A Louisville, KY native, Brit cites her “hometown hero” Muhammad Ali as one her most significant influences.