Catalyst In the News

  • This article, discussing whether there is hope for progress in gender diversity in the boardroom, quotes Brande Stellings, JD, Vice President, Corporate Board Services, and cites 2014 Catalyst Census: Women Board Directors and 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500.

    The Wall Street Journal, by Rachel Feintzeig

  • This article about the important role that men play in creating a workplace environment and cuture that nutures diversity quotes Erin Leonty, Regional Director, Western Canada.

    PEG Magazine, by Corinne Lutter

  • Deborah Gillis, Catalyst President & CEO, is quoted in this piece about why there's still a great need to focus on women's issues.

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  • This piece about the underrepresentation of women in top management positions cites Catalyst’s 2014 Catalyst Census: Women Board Directors report.

    The Guardian, by Katie Allen

  • Aarti Shyamsunder, PhD, Director, Research, give tips to organizations in India on ways to become an inclusive workplace.

    Niojak HR, by Aarti Shyamsunder

  • This article about Canada's effort to bring in more women on corporate boards mentions the 2013 Catalyst Census: Financial Post 500 Women Board Directors and the Catalyst Accord. Alex Johnston, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada, is also quoted.

    Toronto Star, by Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew

  • Catalyst is highlighted as one of the leading organizations playing a key role by monitoring and measuring the progress of advancing gender parity on boards, in the executive ranks of Canadian companies, and on public boards.

    Huffington Post Canada, by Clare Beckton

  • Aarti Shyamsunder, PhD, Director, Research, reflects on a man's role in fostering gender equality around the world, particularly in India, and mentions Catalyst's Pipeline's Broken Promise and Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives, as well as MARC (Men Advocating Real Change).

    The Huffington Post India, by Aarti Shyamsunder

  • This piece tells why we still need to care about feminist issues and quotes Deborah Gillis,President & Chief Executive Officer, on how from their very first job, women’s experiences in the workplace are different from men, and how access to  influential sponsors is key. 

    MORE Magazine, by Jessica Grose