Catalyst In the News

  • Getting More Women into the Workforce in Africa

    Referencing Catalyst’s Flex Works tool, this story is about getting more women into the workforce in Africa.

    BizCommunity, by Joanne Bushell

  • More Highlights from #YesAllWomen

    This article about the best tweets in the #YesAllWomen Twitter storm, includes an @CatalystInc tweet.

    Yahoo Shine, by EMandLO.com

  • Been There Done That…But Not Equal

    This piece draws on several women’s responses to the pay gap in India and includes a quote from Shachi Irde, Executive Director of Catalyst India. It also cites Catalyst’s High Potential Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report.

    Mumbai Mirror, by Anjana Vaswani

  • Stockholders Should Be Demanding more Women on Company Boards

    Catalyst US Census data featured in this piece on how stockholders should be demanding more women on company boards.

    Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, by Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire

  • Companies Miss Out when Employees Feel Marginalized

    ”Talented people with ‘different’ perspectives should be valued rather than marginalized for what they bring to the table” said by Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, Director, Panel Manager, Research, about Catalyst’s findings from the Feeling Different: Being the ‘Other’ in US Workplaces study.

    Diversity Journal, by Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon

  • Dunkin' Brands Appoints Irene Chang Britt To Board Of Directors

    This story is about Catalyst Advisory Board member Irene Chang Britt’s appointment to Dunkin’ Brands’ Board of Directors.

    Reuters, by Press Release

  • Boardroom Gender Gap Is Slow to Close

    Catalyst Fortune 500 Census data is cited in this piece about the still-wide boardroom gender gap at St. Louis companies.

    St. Louis Post Dispatch, by David Nicklaus

  • Where Are the Gay Chief Executives?

    Catalyst’s Fortune 1000 Women CEO list linked to in this story about the lack of openly gay CEOs. A Deloitte report from last year found that 83% of LGBT people hide aspects of their identity at work, often because they believe their bosses expect them to.

    New York Times, by Claire Cain Miller

  • Women’s Exchange Takes Aim at the 'Sticky Floor,' Seeks to Burst Through the Glass Ceiling

    Catalyst Fortune 500 Census data is cited in this story about a new Tampa Bay initiative to get more women on boards.

    Tampa Bay Business Journal, by Margie Manning

  • How Many Women Are In the Banking Board Room?

    Morgan Stanley re-elected all 15 members of its board (including 2 women) without adding any more women. Highlighting Catalyst’s The Bottom Line report and Women in US Finance Pyramid, this article discusses the need for more women in the top ranks of the US finance and banking industry.

    Wall Street Journal, by Saabira Chaudhuri