As a software company in the book industry, Above the Treeline is uniquely positioned at the intersection of books and technology. Both of these industries have historically lacked diversity.

The mission of our Treeline 2020 programs is to identify and dismantle the barriers to diversity and inclusion in these industries. We do this through investing in organizations that are already doing this work well, providing access through internships and scholarships, and amplifying under-supported voices. 

Internship & Educational Programs. Our goal is to implement our internship programs by summer 2021. If you're interested in getting involved or learning more, please contact us.


Volunteering. Above the Treeline staff volunteer their time to support organizations that align with the mission of Treeline 2020. If you know of an organization that could benefit from volunteer time and expertise (tech, marketing, operations, gardening - you name it!), please let us know!

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New Year, ReNew You

Publishers shared their favorite books about self-care and wellness to inspire you to refresh and recharge.


Our Actions, Our Planet

Publishers shared their favorite books that promote climate consciousness and environmental sustainability.


Other Voices, New Perspectives

Editors' featured their favorite books by debut authors and rising voices that promote and amplify diverse perspectives.

Racial Equality & Inclusive Communities

Publishers shared their top books about racial equality, diversity, and building more inclusive communities.

Why "Treeline 2020?"

In 2020, it became undeniably clear that "neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim." As an organization, we committed to take action and work to build inclusive communities.

Clear vision is 20/20, allowing one to see close up as well as far away. We strive for clear vision to make incremental, short-term changes that will lead to bigger, long-term change.

Similarly, “hindsight is 20/20.” We want to own and learn from our past mistakes and history. We do not want to repeat mistakes or “go back to sleep.”

Questions? Ideas? Feedback? We'd love to hear from you.


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