Catalyst In the News

  • Apple vows to seek more women and minority board candidates

    Article on Apple’s vow to add more women to its board cites Catalyst Fortune Census. 

    The Washington Post, by Jena McGregor

  • Men need to see diversity as a win-win: Shachi Irde, executive director, Catalyst India WRC

    Executive Director of Catalyst India WRC Shachi Irde interviewed on the business benefits of diversity efforts.

    The Economic Times, by Saumya Bhattacharya

  • Apple Facing Criticism About Diversity Vows Board Changes

    Catalyst Fortune Census data cited in piece on Apple, which has vowed to diversify its board. 

    Bloomberg Businessweek, by Adam Satariano

  • A female CEO at GM: A sign of change or an anomaly?

    Catalyst Fortune Census and industry pyramids cited in piece on Mary Barra’s ascension to head of GM. 

    Pandagon, by Katherine Reynolds Lewis

  • Women get on board

    FP Census data cited and Executive Director of Catalyst Canada Alex Johnston quoted in piece on the need for more progress on gender board diversity. 

    The Chronicle Herald, by Joann Alberstat

  • Think Gender Struggles In The Workplace Are History? Think Again

    Catalyst Fortune Census cited in piece on women's struggle to ascend to senior leadership roles. 

    WBUR Boston, by Caryl Rivers and Rosalind C. Barnett

  • Unlucky, lazy, or just female? Why there aren’t more women in the top 100

    Canada High-Po report cited in piece on the lack of women in Canada’s top 100 companies. 

    Behind the Numbers: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, by Kate McInturff

  • The Girl Can’t Help It

    Naomi Wolf decodes the Mary Barra coverage; links to Catalyst's CEO List.

    Project Syndicate, by Naomi Wolf

  • Women on boards: it's not a problem of supply but rather of demand

    Executive Director of Catalyst Europe AG Sibylle Rupprecht's piece on women on boards cites Catalyst Fortune Census and other research.  

    The Guardian, by Sibylle Rupprecht

  • Millennial women not advancing in careers due to “unconscious bias”: report

    Canada high-potential research cited in piece on Millennial women's barriers to career advancement. 

    Yahoo! Finance, by Brenda Bouw