Our approach is simple:

do good business.

Words create meaning, actions make impact.

Digital Knack is a female-founded, inclusive company. We’re insatiably curious and mindful of the human experience that every recruitment effort entails.

We don’t sacrifice quality. We run with operational efficiency, tech tools (built and curated), and behavioral science theories. Our relentless effort is to care the most and be the best at what we do — with the results to show for it.

We bring inclusivity to innovation.

Diversity is not an option. It drives growth and reduces strategic oversight – while building successful, dynamic teams. By bringing together the widest range of thought, experience, and background possible, we build better teams.

To us, recruiting responsibly is

  • Renouncing tokenized hiring norms
  • Actively expanding opportunity access
  • Learning identities rather than assigning them
  • Hiring for business need and coachability
  • Working with respect, humility, and honesty


We are better together, but only if we are different.


Finding your place and purpose while being you.


Equality is the end goal, we need equity to get there.


Inclusive of all identities and suspending judgement.

We became a
B-corporation to be

Diversity, Equity, Belonging, and Inclusion. These four fundamentals shape our strategy and actions as a talent recruiting and consulting firm – internally and externally.

Be in good company


‘dEBI’ is our proprietary set of principles and research-backed recruitment practices.  The work of dEBI is to ensure DK’s work brings more inclusivity to all identities. dEBI is a company-wide commitment that lives, breathes and evolves as we do. Through dEBI, we offer business training in the field of workplace diversity, equity, belonging, and inclusion.

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Let’s be social

One of the most common questions we get from in-house recruiters:
How can I leverage technology for better and faster recruiting outcomes?

If that's a question important to you, check out our new article - written by DK Partner Melanie Dabu. It's a good starting place to guide you.

link here 
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With more than half of the total US workforce being women, the gender gap in tech is not a matter of a lower population. 

Nor is it a matter of women being uneducated or disinterested in tech (as we're seeing record-breaking numbers of women pursuing careers in tech companies and positions worldwide).

So the real question is - why is there such a gap today, and what can we do to empower the aspiring future women in?

Today, we thank organizations like AnitaB.org that strive to serve women and non-binary technologists by driving inclusive technology.

Brenda Darden Wilkerson, President and CEO
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Microsoft invites neurodiverse candidates into a customer Minecraft world. 

Their interview process focuses on workability, interview preparation, and skill assessment.

To learn more about their neurodiverse hiring program, go to: 
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to avoid discrimination when interviewing, omit questions related to the 13 protected classes.
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Digital Knack lives at the intersection of employers and their employees. When it comes to employment law, we leave counsel to legal experts and commit to staying informed for the betterment of workforces (our own and those of our clientele). 

Several key laws in California rolled out this year. Here are a few you should know about.
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Katherine G. Johnson paved the way for Black women in the aerospace industry.

In the white male-dominated NASA, Johnson’s manual calculations are what made astronaut Glenn’s flight and landing a success. 

In 2015, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the US, for her work that led black women to work in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, known today as STEM.

Thank you for being a pioneer for your generation and generations to come.
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5.4 million adults are living with Autism Spectrum Disorder in America, according to the CDC.

In the last 20 years, ASD diagnoses have increased due to the increased education on ASD rather than the spread of the disorder itself. 

The increase in awareness and diagnoses, now more frequently made in children, women, and adults, can help us all better understand the living experiences of someone with ASD; and how best to empower their human experience inside and outside the workplace.
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In 2023, approximately 1 in 36 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
source: CDC
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If Aisha Bowe had followed her guidance counselor’s advice, she would have been a cosmetologist...

Instead, she carved her own path. This former NASA rocket scientist is now a serial entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and soon-to-be astronaut. Aisha is the founder and CEO of STEMBoard, an Inc 5000 fastest-growing company in America.

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