Sarah Gilberg works passionately to improve workplaces for all people and strongly believes in the power of data to shape business strategy on issues of D&I. Through her expertise in analysis, Sarah looks in-depth with clients at their workforce data to identify their key diversity and inclusion issues, using that information to co-create a tailored strategy to solve those problems. In addition to workforce data analysis and strategy work, she speaks to employees within her client organizations to better understand why diversity issues occur and facilitates sessions on unconscious bias.
Before Catalyst, Sarah worked as a Human Capital Consultant for Baker Tilly Virchow Krause in Chicago. She improved client’s HR processes through managing and executing technology implementations; she partnered with large global corporations to centralize their processes and improve their efficiency. She also contributed to building the foundations of a social enterprise called Zero Percent, an app that connects grocers and restaurants with excess food to nonprofits and shelters.
Sarah received her BA in International Studies and Entrepreneurship at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She currently lives in New York City and is originally from Dallas, Texas. When she’s not exploring the city, she’s busy traveling internationally, planning her next adventure, or reflecting on what she’s learned from different cultures around the world. She enjoys yoga and engaging as an activist in her community.
This webinar shared how organizations can enlist all men to work together as allies in changing the organizational norms and structures that perpetuate gender gaps.