What we do?

Noirefy (pronounced no-re-fy) was built to serve as an inclusive environment for minority professionals to find new career opportunities.

Why We Do It:

Finding a new career can be a crazy journey - but finding a career at the wrong company that doesn't align with your values can become terrifying. This is a journey that is all too familiar to minority professionals at every level of their career journey. From the job search, to the interview, to landing the gig, to STAYING at the gig and moving up - the journey can be exhausting.

Throughout that journey, candidates shouldn't have to shield who they are to meet the needs or requirements of most corporate companies. Most corporate companies aren't recognizing the gaps or disadvantages placed on minority professionals throughout the hiring and employment process. This has led to consistent gaps in diversity at corporations across the U.S.

Luckily, we've built Noirefy to help both sides of this problem. Noirefy connects diverse professionals to high growth startups and Fortune 500 companies using data, honest peer reviews, and a job matching portal to increase diversity and inclusiveness nationally.

Let's work together!



Our Team

Squad Goals

We're a small but mighty team! and guess what? we're growing. Check out our team below and be on the lookout for new roles:
Shaniqua Davis
CEO and Founder
Shaniqua is a diversity and inclusion advocate with a passion for technology and change.
Michae Baisden
Integrated Marketing Manager


We've Been Featured a Few Times

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The nation's third-largest city boasts the greatest concentration of women founders.
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18 Chicago Startups to Watch in 2018
2017 has been quite a year for Chicago tech startups. In between the highs and lows, we’ve seen plenty of early-stage startups that are on the rise throughout the city.

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