Martha Hernandez is a serial entrepreneur. As the founder of madeBOS, tech-enabled HR, Martha’s goal is to simplify complicated Human Resources practices and turn them into actionable People Operations insights that align strategic growth for both the employer and the employee. Martha received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Spanish Literature from Occidental College. She later became a graduate of Mills College Institute for Civic Leadership Program, as well as Management Leadership for Tomorrow, and the Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs. Most recently, Martha completed an AI Business Strategy certification from MIT and her Senior Certified Certified Professional, SHRM-SCP, certification.Martha became a best-selling author. Her book “I Have What it Takes” now at Target, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble is a combination of stories and principles aimed at igniting underrepresented and under-resourced talent’s natural leadership.

Most recently, Martha Co-Founded ESO Ventures, an entrepreneurial support organization focused on providing the confidence, competence, and capital for any Black and Brown person to become an entrepreneur. ESO’s big goal is to make entrepreneurship worthwhile for Black and Brown founders and thus establish a business every day for the next 10 years creating over $3B in revenue and 60,000 new jobs in underinvested communities.