Catalyst In the News

  • Catalyst’s Mind Your Culture Gap to Keep Your Top Talent is referenced, Catalyst’s Inclusive Leadership: The View From Six Countries is linked to, and Deborah Gillis, President & CEO, Catalyst, is quoted in this piece about how to engage both millennials and baby boomers.

    Forbes, by Neale Godfrey

  • Catalyst’s infographic, Mind Your Culture Gap to Keep Your Top Talent, is highlighted in this piece about constructive cultures. 

    Constructive Culture, by Cynthia Emrich, Ph.D. and Aarti Shyamsunder, Ph.D.

  • This article about the low number of women in leadership positions around the world links to Catalyst’s pyramid, Women in S&P 500 Companies, and Catalyst’s Quick Take, Women in Management, Global Comparison


  • Catalyst’s Bottom Line research is mentioned in this article about how women make companies more competitive. 

    The Huffington Post, by Anna Clark

  • Anna Beninger, Director, Research, Catalyst, is quoted and Catalyst’s reports, The Myth of the Ideal Worker: Does Doing All the Right Things Really Get Women Ahead? and Good Intentions, Imperfect Execution? Women Get Fewer of the “Hot Jobs” Needed to Advance, are referenced in this article...

    Market Watch, by Jillian Berman

  • Data from Catalyst’s report, Pipeline’s Broken Promise, is cited in this blog post about women and career negotiation. 

    The Huffington Post, by Julie Fasone Holder

  • The Center for American Progress cites Catalyst as its source for most of the data on women’s representation on boards and in executive positions that appears in its updated Women’s Leadership Gap fact sheet. 

    Center for American Progress, by Judith Warner

  • Catalyst’s report, The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women’s Representation on Boards (2004-2008), is cited in this article about ANZ’s report on gender inequality in Australia. 

    Money Morning, by Eva Mellors

  • Catalyst’s Bottom Line research is mentioned in this article about how having women at the top is a strategic business imperative. 

    The Huffington Post, by Janice Reals Ellig

  • This article about why young women look up to men as leadership figures quotes Jan Combopiano, Senior Vice President, Research & Chief Knowledge Officer, Catalyst. 

    The Atlantic, by Randye Hoder