Catalyst In the News

  • This article features interviews with senior leaders from the companies that received the 2014 Catalyst Award. The piece highlights Hot Jobs research, and quotes Laura Sabattini, PhD, Senior Director, Research, and Chair, Catalyst Award Evaluation Committee.

    Diversity Journal, by Women in Leadership

  • Tina Brown is firing up her involvement with the women’s empowerment movement. This piece mentions the Catalyst Awards Dinner as example of an event that promotes women’s empowerment.

    Washington Post, by Luisita Lopez Torregrosa

  • Informal mentoring can help women when their organizations do not provide formal mentoring programs Anna Beninger, Director, Research, gives tips for fostering women in the workplace.

    Working Mother

  • Deborah Gillis, President & Chief Executive Officer, Catalyst, quoted in this article about the success of female executives in Vietnam, which may stem in part from skills honed during decades of war that ended with the fall of Saigon in 1975.

    BusinessWeek, by Bloomberg News

  • UC Davis’ chancellor, Linda P.B. Katehi attended the Catalyst Awards Dinner as a special guest of Deborah Gillis announced in this press release which highlights Catalyst’s history and organization.

    UCDAVIS, by Keith Sterling

  • Catalyst Census cited in this article about how getting women involved can create economic growth.

    The Motley Fool, by Jessica Alling

  • Sibylle Rupprecht, Executive Director, Catalyst Europe AG, provided her perspective on the FTSE report.

    CNN, by Eoghan Macguire

  • Deborah Gillis, President & Chief Executive Officer, Catalyst, and Census research cited in this article about women who are compliance officers.

    Quartz, by Shanti Atkins

  • “Executive coach Ray Williams, contends that our image of a good business leader has become dysfunctional.” Bottom Line research cited.

    Entrepreneur, by Rob Reuteman

  • Catalyst’s Fortune 500 Census is cited in this piece on why boardrooms need more women.

    Fast Company, by Barbara B. Kamm