Catalyst In the News

  • “…the advocacy group found that only 19 percent of board members at S&P 500 companies…”

    Boston Globe

  • “Increasing the number of women in powerful positions has the potential to transform our workplaces and society,” declares a report from Catalyst, the company that advised the Wynne government on expanding its gender-equity initiatives. “Achieving gender balance on boards and throughout the...

    The Globe and Mail, by Margaret Wente

  • …According to Catalyst global research, there are considerable gender pay gaps within the tech sector as well as across other industry sectors..."

    CXO Today, by Sohini Bagchi

  • “…According to a recent report conducted by Catalyst Research, women hold only 4 percent of CEO positions in global Fortune 500 companies…”

    Global Times, by Qi Xijia

  • “…Martha Feeback of Catalyst, a nonprofit organization focused on expanding opportunities for women in business, shared some statistical based insight regarding the gender bias that exists among male and female leaders. For example, being assertive, aggressive and ambitious – what Feeback refers...

    Rig Zone, by Valerie Jones

  • “…But both countries have a large gap to close: Women’s inclusion advocacy nonprofit group Catalyst earlier this year found that only 4 percent of S&P 500 companies had female chief executives; Japan’s bureau of gender equality late last year revised a goal to fill 30 percent of public and...

    Omaha.com, by Cole Epley

  • Study after study, particularly those from Catalyst, the global expert on accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion, has stated that when women hold leadership or board positions, it improves company financial performance, economic growth, productivity, and profitability.

    Gotham Gazette, by Elizabeth Crowley, Darlene Mealy, Deborah Gillis

  • Catalyst research has stated that when women hold leadership or board positions, it improves company financial performance, economic growth, productivity and profitability. This makes it crystal clear that business is better and companies perform most effectively when they bring equal opportunity...

    Crain's New York Business, by Op-Ed

  • A report titled 'High potentials under high pressure in India's technology sector' by Catalyst, a non-profit that works for inclusive workplaces, reveals how 12 years into their careers, women tend to receive Rs 3.8 lakh lesser salary than men.

    Times of India

  • In August 2015 the WSJ cited data from advocacy group Catalyst that showed women in Japan held just 3.1% of board seats at big companies, compared with 19.2% in the United States, and 20.8% in Canada.

    Business Insider, by Elana Holodny