Catalyst In the News

  • 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

  • Referencing Catalyst’s Flex Works tool, this story is about getting more women into the workforce in Africa.

    BizCommunity, by Joanne Bushell

  • This article about the best tweets in the #YesAllWomen Twitter storm, includes an @CatalystInc tweet.

    Yahoo Shine, by EMandLO.com

  • This piece draws on several women’s responses to the pay gap in India and includes a quote from Shachi Irde, Executive Director of Catalyst India. It also cites Catalyst’s High Potential Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report.

    Mumbai Mirror, by Anjana Vaswani

  • Catalyst US Census data featured in this piece on how stockholders should be demanding more women on company boards.

    Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, by Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire

  • ”Talented people with ‘different’ perspectives should be valued rather than marginalized for what they bring to the table” said by Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon, Director, Panel Manager, Research, about Catalyst’s findings from the Feeling Different: Being the ‘Other’ in US Workplaces study.

    Diversity Journal, by Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon

  • This story is about Catalyst Advisory Board member Irene Chang Britt’s appointment to Dunkin’ Brands’ Board of Directors.

    Reuters, by Press Release

  • Catalyst Fortune 500 Census data is cited in this piece about the still-wide boardroom gender gap at St. Louis companies.

    St. Louis Post Dispatch, by David Nicklaus

  • Catalyst Fortune 500 Census data is cited in this story about a new Tampa Bay initiative to get more women on boards.

    Tampa Bay Business Journal, by Margie Manning

  • Catalyst’s Fortune 1000 Women CEO list linked to in this story about the lack of openly gay CEOs. A Deloitte report from last year found that 83% of LGBT people hide aspects of their identity at work, often because they believe their bosses expect them to.

    New York Times, by Claire Cain Miller