The Mighty

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The Mighty publishes real stories by real people facing real challenges. The Company is building a brand and a community around them. The Mighty has created a safe platform for the community to tell their stories, connect with others and raise support for the causes they believe in. Having a disability or disease doesn’t have to be isolating. That’s why The Mighty exists.

TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQGlendale, US
Websitethemighty.com
Culture scoreD-

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Employees (est.) (May 2020)264(+9%)

Key People/Management at The Mighty

Angelica Catalano

Angelica Catalano

Director of Social Impact
Ashley Calabrese

Ashley Calabrese

Director, Strategic Partnerships
Brad Saunders

Brad Saunders

VP of Strategic Partnerships
Doug Fox

Doug Fox

Director of Strategic Partnerships
Leigh Wasserman

Leigh Wasserman

Sr. Director of Strategy Development
Megan Griffo

Megan Griffo

Editor-In-Chief
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The Mighty Office Locations

The Mighty has offices in Glendale and Burbank
Glendale, US (HQ)
4834 Cheryl Ave
Burbank, US
210 N Glenoaks Blvd suite c
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The Mighty Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

The Mighty total Funding

$2.5 m

The Mighty latest funding size

$2.45 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

The Mighty investors

The Mighty's latest funding round in May 2015 was reported to be $2.5 m. In total, The Mighty has raised $2.5 m
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The Mighty Online and Social Media Presence

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The Mighty Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    D-

    53/100

  • CEO Rating

    A+

    90/100

  • Compensation

    F

    28/100

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The Mighty News and Updates

The Mighty Pea Is Everybody’s New Favorite Plant-Based Protein

It’s become a hot commodity, but is there enough of it to meet demand?

The Mighty U.S. Consumer Is Struggling

The Mighty U.S. Consumer Is Struggling

The Mighty Honeybee Is Fighting Poverty and Deforestation in Zanzibar

On this Tanzanian archipelago, conservation and economic development are intertwined.

People with chronic illnesses and disabilities get their own media channel with The Mighty

 There’s a corkboard in the office of The Mighty, the social network for people with chronic illnesses, mental health disorders and disabilities, which has pictures and letters from many of the site’s contributors and readers who have benefited from the stories the site shares. It’s there to remind …

The Mighty Blogs

What Experiencing a Traumatic Loss Has Taught Me About Times Like These

A woman who lost her brother five years ago shares what she's learned for anyone struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Organization's Free Book Helps Autistic Kids Cope With COVID-19 Anxiety

U.K. organization Ambitious About Autism released a free children's book, titled "The World Has Turned Upside Down," to help autistic kids cope with COVID-19 and the related anxiety

'Marvel's Avengers' Game Will Include Wheelchair-Using Character

The designers behind the upcoming "Marvel’s Avengers" revealed the new video game will include a character who uses a wheelchair.

Our Neurodiverse Kids With 'Aggressive' Behavior Deserve Empathy, Not Judgment

The mother of a neurodiverse child with ADHD and hydrocephalus writes about the pain she felt when her son was moved to a different class in school because of his "aggressive" behavior. She stresses the importance of acceptance and empathy in the special education system.

Why Hannah Gadsby's New Comedy Special Means So Much to Me as an Autistic Woman

An autistic woman reviews Hannah Gadsby's new Netflix comedy special, "Douglas"

Adjusting to a 'New Normal' Is Not Novel to Me As a Rare Disease Warrior

Courtney R. shares her insights about living with a rare disease before the COVID-19 pandemic, and how she's had to try and accept what "normal" looks like for her, and how "normal" is constantly changing.
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The Mighty Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was The Mighty founded?

    The Mighty was founded in 2014.

  • Who are The Mighty key executives?

    The Mighty's key executives are Angelica Catalano, Ashley Calabrese and Brad Saunders.

  • How many employees does The Mighty have?

    The Mighty has 264 employees.

  • Who are The Mighty competitors?

    Competitors of The Mighty include Fitocracy, Voro and CGS Administrator.

  • Where is The Mighty headquarters?

    The Mighty headquarters is located at 4834 Cheryl Ave, Glendale.

  • Where are The Mighty offices?

    The Mighty has offices in Glendale and Burbank.

  • How many offices does The Mighty have?

    The Mighty has 2 offices.