- Origin: Illinois
- Grant awarded in: 2015
- 1 Million Cups • Accelerate St. Louis Challenge • Billiken Angels Network • Cambridge Innovation Center • Capital Innovators • Cultivation Capital • Industrious • InvestMidwest • ITEN • Launchcode • Missouri Technology Corporation • Missouri Venture Forum • Pipeline • St. Louis Arch Angels • Startup Connection • T-REX • Washington University in St. Louis
What is Better Weekdays?
The Whether by Better Weekdays, helps university recruiters hire emerging diverse talent without having to visit college campuses. The app provides insight into a person's values, strengths and motivators to help with the intern/job search process, spur professional development and, ultimately, build stronger teams. By "checking The Whether" companies save up to 75% on recruiting spend and students easily discover personalized career paths from the palm of their hand.
Chris Motley is the President and CEO of Better Weekdays, a 2015 Arch Grants recipient.
Chris earned his degree in History from Columbia University in 2003, and holds an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. Before joining Better Weekdays, Chris worked with 1888 Mills and Eagle Capital Solutions, and was named by the Chicago Scholars as a member of the Top 35 Under 35.
Kunal Parbadia is the VP of Operations of Better Weekdays, a 2015 Arch Grants recipient.
Kunal earned his degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology in 2010, and brings his consulting experience to Better Weekdays, having previously worked for Northern Trust Hedge Fund Services and Accenture.
Fredric Mitchell is the VP of Engineering of Better Weekdays, a 2015 Arch Grants recipient.
Fredric earned his degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis in 2004. Before joining Better Weekdays, Fredric worked with Phase2 and Orbit Media Studios, Inc. and brings nearly decade of experience in web design and web programming to his work with Better Weekdays.