Catalyst In the News

  • Kimberly-Clark wins 2014 Catalyst Award for efforts to expand leadership opportunities for women

    Kimberly-Clark’s “Unleash Your Power: Strengthening the Business With Women Leaders,” wins the Catalyst Award. 

    North Dallas Gazette, by NDG Staff

  • Women in tech earn less, get fewer opportunities

    Catalyst’s High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report findings detailed. 

    The Hindu Business Line, by Editorial Staff

  • Why Everyone Needs Sponsorship Alliances to Advance Their Careers

    This article features Catalyst research on mentoring and sponsorship. It includes a quote from Allyson Zimmermann, Senior Director, Catalyst.

    Business Digest, by Caroline Kelcher

  • Fuite de talents

    In-depth coverage of Catalyst's Hi-Po Canada report in French. Quotes Executive Director of Catalyst Canada Alex Johnston. 

    HEC Montreal, by Maryse Boulos

  • Mass. lags behind other states in share of women leaders

    Catalyst Fortune Census numbers mentioned in piece on women in business leadership roles in Massachusetts. 

    The Boston Globe, by Katie Johnston

  • Inspiring The Next Generation Of Female Business Leaders With MBAs

    Catalyst Fortune Census and Hi-Po Canada report cited in piece on initiatives to increase access for women in business. 

    BusinessBecause, by Seb Murray

  • Women ‘pay it forward’ more than men do, Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India

    In-depth interview with Executive Director of Catalyst India WRC Shachi Irde cites Catalyst Fortune Census, High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector, and additional research. 

    YourStory, by Varsha Adusumilli

  • Fox News says feminism is 'feminizing' American men

    Catalyst Fortune Census cited in piece on feminism and women in the workplace. 

    Chicago Tribune, by Rex W. Huppke

  • Why It's So Hard For Working Women To Get Ahead, And What We Can Do About It

    U.S. Women in Business Pyramid cited in piece on research indicating that women are less likely to self-promote on the job due to gender socialization. 

    The Huffington Post, by Jillian Berman

  • Women ‘Pay It Forward’ More Than Men Do, Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India

    In an interview with HerStory, Shachi Irde, Executive Director of Catalyst India, provides insight into her personal work experiences and highlights Catalyst’s Leaders Pay It Forward, Good Intentions Imperfect Execution?, and 2013 Fortune 500 Census reports.

    Her Story, by Varsha Adusumilli