Catalyst In the News

  • Deborah Soon, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Marketing, Catalyst, quoted on Barclays and Lloyds pledge to bring more women into senior leadership by 2018.

    The Washington Post, by Jena McGregor

  • Employees should never have to hide their true selves. Catalyst’s Feeling Different: Being the “Other” in US Workplaces report is mentioned in this piece about the effects of personality judgment in the office.

    Courier-Post, by Andrea Kay

  • Catalyst’s Bottom Line research mentioned along with recent research from University of British Colombia in this story about protecting shareholders’ investments and overall firm performance.

    Forbes, by Lisa Wirthman

  • Catalyst’s Feeling Different: Being the “Other” in US Workplaces discussed and Alixandra Pollack and Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon quoted about the effect that being excluded has and possible solutions to overcome exclusion in the in the work place.

    the glasshammer, by Tina Vasquez

  • Catalyst’s Fortune 500 research cited on how California women are making strides in local government.

    The Press Enterprise, by Cassie MacDuff

  • Talented women can get over looked. Catalyst Fortune 500 Census research cited in this story about how to fix it.

    Credit Union Times, by Stuart R. Levine

  • Ilene Lang quoted and Catalyst’s Fortune 500 Census cited on the proof and power of women on boards in Credit Unions.

    Credit Union Times, by Missy Baxter

  • Remarks from Catalyst’s Senior Vice President of Research, Nancy Carter, from a keynote speech at the Tallahassee Community College Leadership Institute’s “A Day of Dialogue: for Women, by Women, about Women” at the Mission San Luis Conference Center., by Democrat staff report

  • Catalyst Bottom Line data cited in piece about investors seeking out companies that promote women. 

    The Wall Street Journal, by Corrie Driebusch

  • Catalyst Fortune Census findings cited in piece on The Thirty Percent Coalition's attempt to get more women on boards.

    Inside Counsel, by Erin E. Harrison