Catalyst In the News

  • All For Fair Play

    Tanmatra, a women's leadership development program in India to be launched by IBM, IIM-B, and Catalyst, is mentioned in this piece about Indian companies trying to hire more women as more and more studies show that women improve an organization's performance.

    Businessworld India, by Poonam Kumar

  • WCT takes dead aim at lack of women in top jobs

    This piece about the effort to boost women's representation in Canada's communications, media and technology sectors highlights The Protégé Project, a pioneering new program created by Catalyst, WCT, and Shaw Communications to spur female leadership.

    Bloomberg Businessweek

  • More women needed in Canadian c-suites

    This piece highlights The Protégé Project, a new program from Shaw Communications, Women in Communications and Technology, and Catalyst Canada which aims to increase opportunities for female executives.

    Media In Canada, by Val Maloney

  • Media Advisory - Status of Women Canada

    Accelerating Change in the Boardroom Panel Discussion, an event organized by Catalyst Canada, is detailed in this post.

    GlobeAdvisor

  • Why women should do less and network more

    This article suggesting that women should network more to advance in their careers mentions Catalyst as one of the organizations expanding formal and informal gatherings to let women professionals connect with one another.

    Fortune, by Carol Bartz & Lisa Lambert

  • Calling all female execs: The Protege Project wants to help make you CEO

    This article about The Protégé Project, a pioneering new programm created by Catalyst, WCT, and Shaw Communications to spur female leadership in Canada's communications, media and technology sectors, mentions Catalyst's Canadian Women in Business.

    Global News

  • Women: you've lost out on £1.2m because of unequal pay

    This piece about the gender pay gap in the UK cites Catalyst's Pipeline's Broken Promise.

    The Telegraph, by Lauren Davidson

  • Bridging the gender gap in tech biggies TCS, IBM, Microsoft

    This piece about tech companies that have rolled out progressive policies to hire, retain and encourage women talent in India mentions the launch of Tanmatra, Catalyst India WRC's cross-industry women’s leadership development program.

    The Financial Express, by Monalisa Sen

  • Why are so few women on the business side of tech companies?

    Anna Beninger, Director, Research, is quoted and Catalyst's High Potentials in Tech- Intensive Industries: The Gender Divide in Business Roles is highlighted in this piece discussing why there are so few women on the business side of the tech industry.

    The New Zealand Herald

  • President Obama did not insult SAHMs

    Catalyst's Working Parents is cited in this post about President Obama's comments about working mothers returning to the workforce.

    BabyCenter, by Joey Lombardi