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Introducing the Spring 2024 Future of Work Accelerator Class

Posted on: March 13, 2024

This dynamic group of startups is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the realm of work, using cutting-edge technology and innovative approaches to tackle the biggest challenges facing the workforce today. In this article, we’ll introduce you to the exciting companies in this cohort and give you a sneak peek at what they’re working on.


Gloria Folaron, CEO & Co-Founder, Marcel Folaron CTO & Co-Founder 

Leantime ( is a people-first project management system designed for non-project managers, incorporating features with neurodiversity in mind, particularly ADHD, dyslexia, and autism. Diverging from conventional tools, Leantime simplifies project management through integrated workflows, linking purpose to daily work. It then employs behavioral science and AI to support employees, fostering productivity, innovation, and profitability. 


Jill Miller, CEO & Founder 

 Lunum ( is a people, impact, and compliance reporting platform that addresses the question, ‘Is an investment in people good business?’. Leveraging impact accounting, we assist companies in quantifying the value of their values and understanding how their human capital practices influence individuals, economies, and communities. 


Jose Rodriguez, CEO & Founder, Valeria Tedesco, CMO, Dimas Timmers, CTO  

Mundos ( is a social platform empowering fans to connect, develop, and monetize their ideas. Through micro-communities organized by interests and creative goals, fans collaborate, receive AI-powered creative assistance, and earn recognition from fellow fans and preferred brands for their contributions. 


Ashley Yesayan, CEO & Founder  

OneVillage ( is a B2B HealthTech company aiding employees in navigating complex life events such as cancer, mental health issues, and substance use, along with routine challenges like finding therapists or securing insurance claims. 


David P., CEO & Founder 

Runwayz ( is revolutionizing the way high school students engage with prospective colleges, employers, and military recruiters. Our platform is paving the way for lower recruiting costs for these destinations while also improving career outcomes for students. 


 Steve Dickerman, Founder and CEO 

Sangria ( is the project engine that empowers B2B SaaS buyers and sellers to work together and makes deals 80% more likely to close and be implemented. 


Nancy Munro, CEO & Founder 

Verbal Transactions ( collaborates with Fortune 500 companies to enhance the customer-facing skills of their employees. Leveraging immersive simulation technology, they construct lifelike hands-on simulations, enabling rapid skill development and effective customer interactions. 

From Workbox Ventures:

We’re excited to partner with these innovative founders as they build with us in the Future of Work Accelerator cohort. To learn more about the cohort and to stay updated on their progress, be sure to follow us on our social channels. And if you’re interested in investment opportunities or want to learn more about our accelerator program, our inboxes are always open at Workbox Ventures. Let’s shape the future of work together!