Closing skill and equity gaps by preparing low-wage workers for the most in-demand health care jobs.

It’s no secret that machine automation is leading to worker displacement. We wanted to play the other side of this automation trend: retraining and redeploying displaced workers into meaningful new jobs. We sought out Chris Hedrick, who was born to tackle the problem. Chris previously founded and led a successful training company and served as CEO of a university in Rwanda. PSL worked with Chris to validate the NextStep concept, design and build a product, and re-introduce Chris to co-founder Charissa Raynor, who had led the largest training program in the US. The company has ambitious plans to build the most inexpensive, high-quality platform to retrain and redeploy the millions who have been automated out of jobs into new healthcare positions.

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