- Category: Notable BIPOC Executives
- Number of years working in your current industry: 23
- Undergrad degree/university: Electrical and Electronics Engineering, UIM, India
Rashi Khosla, founder and chief executive officer of Town of Brookfield-based tech staffing provider MARS Solutions Group, is a DEI advocate within her company and beyond.
More than 68% of MARS employees and consultants identify as BIPOC. MARS also works to contribute to the DEI initiatives of clients. Eighty-three percent of full-time employment conversions fall within BIPOC categories.
“Rashi has left an impact on her community through her membership in organizations, contributions to the public forum and discussion space, reskilling and upskilling, hiring practices, and DEI initiatives and strategic partnerships,” said Roy Spieckerman III, marketing coordinator for MARS.
Through the MARS Returnship program, which helps people re-enter the workforce after a career gap, Khosla has helped more than 85 people return to work. Eighty-five percent of program participants are female and 88% of participants identify as BIPOC.
Khosla serves on the board of MKE Tech Hub Coalition and supports its mission to inclusively double tech talent in the area. She also chairs the HR committee for the Ronald McDonald House of Charities Eastern Wisconsin board of directors.