Diversity and Inclusion at MUTU

Diversity and inclusion in our brand and community

Ensuring that all feel welcome in our global MUTU family is at the heart of everything we do. We are intentionally inclusive and diverse in all our content. We recognize that the health and wellness space lacks representation and diversity, and have been committed to actively addressing this.

Our program content features women of color and identity, as well as different body shapes and sizes so that more women feel represented and welcome in our space.

MUTU is for everyone who needs it. We welcome and support LGBTQ+ parents to feel safe within our community, and maintain a safe space where prejudice or discrimination based on any value, belief or choice are not tolerated.

Diversity and inclusion in our team

Team MUTU Culture is collaborative, respectful and empowering.
Everyone is valued and takes responsibility and accountability for their role.

We are a female-owned and largely female-run company. We operate a genuinely flexible working and family-friendly working culture in order to accommodate the needs of parents, carers and people living with disability to ensure healthy work-life balance, happiness and mental health.

We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace that values and promotes diversity in physical ability, age, ethnicity, gender, identity or sexual orientation.

We do not currently have equal BIPOC representation in our team and addressing this is a key priority. We are committed to improving this lack of representation on our payroll, and proactively work with BIPOC-owned and led businesses to work with on all areas of our business.

We are committed to learning and doing better. Within our team we have initiated ongoing discussion of the work laid out in Layla F. Saad’s ‘Me and White Supremacy’.

Our commitment to anti-racism

At MUTU System we are anti-racist. This means we want to take sustained intentional action to combat racism. We actively support and promote BIPOC-led organizations and Influencers working for racial equality and in support of #BlackLivesMatter

Our activism is through donations and the representation and amplifying of black and brown voices.

We are listening and learning and are accountable for improvement and growth.

Our business is founded on the principle of women’s right to dignity and equality, and so our actions are focused on Black maternal health and on amplifying Black women’s voices.

We have signed the petition to support and promote the work of Color of Change, the largest online racial justice organization in the USA.

We sponsor trainee Black Birthworkers and Doulas through Mama Glow’s Scholarship Fund based in the USA, and Abuela Doulas Black Lives Abuela Scholarship Fund in the UK.

We regularly and consistently share and promote Influencers and organizations working to combat maternal inequality and racism such as fiveXmore, 4Kira4moms and Black Mamas Matter.

We will continue to amplify Black voices, support Black people and mothers in our work and have signed the Anti-Racist Small Business Pledge from Rachel Rodgers’ TownHall at Hello Seven.

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We want to continually and sustainably do the work of building an anti-racist business and community where everyone feels safe and valued. If you would like to contact us about our anti-racist commitment or point us towards further ally-ship, please get in touch.

Giving Back

We are passionate about women and girls’ equality of opportunity and bodily autonomy. We will continue to grow our contribution to fighting mother and child poverty, oppression, prejudice and abuse through our support of empowering, non-partisan grassroots women’s charities around the world.

We sponsor trainee Black Birthworkers and Doulas through the Mama Glow Scholarship Fund in the USA and The Black Lives Abuela Scholarship Fund in the UK.

We make ongoing monthly donations to Black Mamas Matter,  a Black women-led cross-sectoral alliance.

Our CEO Wendy is on the Microloan Women’s Development Board of Microloan, a charity that enables some of the world’s poorest women to work their own way out of poverty by providing training and microloans.