Catalyst In the News

  • Citing and linking High-Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations, this article discusses how women graduating from Harvard have a higher-than-average earning potential, until you compare it with their male peers.

    The Globe and Mail, by Erin Anderssen

  • This blog post provides tips for overcoming the so-called confidence gap by citing the 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Board Directors.

    Forbes, by Geri Stengel

  • This story about investing in women cites the 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Board Directors and mentions a conversation with Ilene H. Lang as an “aha moment” for Sallie Krawcheck on the value of diversity at the top.

    Washington Post, by Jena McGregor

  • Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India, is quoted in this piece on how women bosses earn less than men in India. The article also cites Catalyst’s High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector study.

    Times of India, by Anjana Vaswani

  • This piece features safety tips from Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India WRC, for working women in India.

    It MyAscent.com

  • This story profiles f Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell’s Soup and Catalyst board member.

    USA Today, by Laura Petrecca

  • Former President and CEO of Catalyst, Ilene Lang is quoted on how Catalyst board member, Denise Morrison CEO, Campbell’s Soup, gives back through working with our organization.

    PNJ, by Laura Petrecca

  • This story discusses how Sketcher’s promises to diversify their board have fallen short. The piece cites Catalyst 2013 Fortune Census findings.

    The New York Times, by Gretchen Morgenson

  • This article discusses the slow progress for women in business leadership. Catalyst is mentioned as one of the soldiers for change.

    Huff Post Business, by Caroline Turner

  • Deborah Gillis, President & Chief Executive Officer, shares her thoughts on what is needed to create a more inclusive workplace culture for women in India.

    The Times Group