Sarah Dinolfo directs research that examines and addresses barriers to women’s advancement, allowing organizations to more fully leverage employee talent. Drawing on her research and consulting experience with Fortune 500 companies in several industries, Ms. Dinolfo works with organizations to build diversity awareness and create more effective systems that can level the workplace playing field. She recently co-authored Making Mentoring Work and related tools; Unwritten Rules: Why Doing a Good Job Might Not be Enough; and contributed to Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives: What Change Agents Need to Know and Beyond Generational Differences: Bridging Gender and Generational Diversity at Work. Ms. Dinolfo also serves on the Catalyst Award Evaluation Committee.
She uses her Advisory Services experience to inform and conduct current research on several topics, including mentoring and sponsorship in the workplace, the unwritten rules of advancement, generational diversity, men as diversity champions, and global talent management.
Ms. Dinolfo received her M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology from the State University of New York, Geneseo.