Mentorship Program Audit: An in-depth assessment can be conducted of program structure, recruitment strategy, onboarding process, meeting system and evaluation methods. The audit results in a report outlining strengths and weaknesses, as well as opportunities for improvement and tactical recommendations.

Complete Setup, Implementation and Management: MM will design and build the systems and processes for a mentorship program, including program structure, recruitment campaigns, participant guidebooks, onboarding training, meeting discussion guides, evaluation, and standard operating procedures. MM can then implement this program, and can be engaged to manage it day-to-day.

Leadership and Program Management Training: MM can train program managers how to build, manage and maintain a successful mentorship program. Managers can learn how to recruit participants, how to make matches, how to oversee progress and ensure engagement, how to grow mentees, how to turn mentors into donors, and how to measure success and get better results.

Mentor Bureau: MM will recruit mentors for a program according to preferred demographics, such as location, industry, skills, ethnicity, gender, age, etc.

DEI Mentorship: MM can help programs deal with diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) between and among mentors and mentees, using a guidebook created in partnership with a DEI expert based at California State University Northridge.

Public Speaking: “The Mentor Chain: Professional Relationships for Career Growth,” is a 45 minute overview of how to find and get the most out of mentoring relationships, which is available live and online from Mentor Matchmaker CEO Brian Frankel. This presentation helps mentors and mentees understand why mentorship is important, how to find a good match, problems to expect and questions to ask. The audience also receives MM’s worksheet on how to build relationships that achieve career goals.

Publications: MM offers two free publications:

  1. Ways To Improve Mentorship Programs With Technology (July 2020 Research Report)

  2. Addressing the Challenges of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI): A Guidebook for Mentors (July 2020)

Press: Quick feature in The Acorn on the origins of Mentor Matchmaker some of our work. 6 Minute Read, Click Here


Brian Frankel is a multinational organizational development consultant. CEO’s and General Managers solicit his services to generate revenue, fundraise, tackle process challenges, realize their vision, and train their teams. Utilizing his extensive network, Frankel advises American, Emirati and Indian businesses on expanding into international markets. His global client roster includes Coca Cola, MySpace, Creative Artists Agency, Spin Media, Bahrain Development Bank, management consulting firms, family offices, and celebrities.

Brian Frankel’s experience also makes him a sought-after keynote speaker recently featured at SXSW, American Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi, Sharjah Entrepreneurship Center, Dubai Business Women’s Council, MCN Morocco, TiE Dubai, NYU Abu Dhabi, UCLA, CSUN, and the US Embassy in Pakistan. He has been published in Entrepreneur Magazine, Forbes, and C-Suite Quarterly.

In 2012 Frankel founded Mentor Matchmaker, a two-pronged approach to connecting professionals. Corporations hire Frankel to build mentor programs in-house for productivity and profitability. The nonprofit sector of Mentor Matchmaker works with survivors of sex trafficking and inner-city youth, connecting them with career mentors and teaching workforce development skills.