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Catalyst Australia’s launch is mentioned and Aarti Shyamsunder, Director, Research, Catalyst, is quoted in this piece on how stereotypes make us forget we are more similar than different.
BRW., by Fiona Smith
The Myth of the Ideal Worker: Does Doing All the Right Things Really Get Women Ahead? report is cited in this story about the right wing’s pseudo-feminist revolution and their unstoppable women.
SALON, by Katie Mcdonough
Interview with Aarti Shyamsunder, PhD, Director, Research, on Catalyst’s High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report.
The Glass Hammer, by Kayla Turo
Catalyst FP 500 Census cited in this op-ed piece about getting more women on to boards.
San Jose Mercury News, by Barbara B. Kamm
Catalyst’s “By the Numbers” charts used and the Women in Sciences Quick Take cited in this article about women engineers.
Psychology Today, by Denise Cummins, Ph.D.
Sibylle Rupprecht, Executive Director Catalyst Europe was quoted in this story is about changing the culture of long hours and face time in Europe's legal and banking sectors.
ilm, by Karen Higginbottom
2013 Catalyst Fortune Census mentioned in this story of how business schools are uniquely positioned to help close the leadership gap.
Houston Business Journal, by Mary Lea McAnally
Mentions The Bottom Line Catalyst report, the #banbossy campaign and gender bias for girls.
Ottawa Citizen, by Craig and Marc Kielburger
This article focuses on the long hours of the banking and legal sectors. Sibylle Rupprecht, Executive Director of Catalyst Europe, is quoted.
India needs more women on its boards, the new Companies Act of 2013 might help do it. This story mentions the Catalyst Gender and Corporate Social Responsibility study.
The Hindu Business Line, by Bhavani Balasubramanian