Catalyst In the News

  • GM taps Mary Barra as first female CEO, replacing Akerson

    Fortune Census mentioned in written article on Mary Barra's ascendance to GM CEO; video contains voiceover citing Catalyst and charts with Census data. 

    CBS News, by Aimee Picchi

  • Progress stalling for women in US companies

    Fortune Census cited and President and CEO Ilene Lang quoted in article arguing that progress is stalling for women in the workplace. 

    Economia, by Raymond Doherty

  • Still No Progress for Women in Top Posts: Gillis

    Interview with Chief Operating Officer Deborah Gillis on Mary Barra being named the next CEO of GM. Fortune Census, Bottom Line, and Hi-Po research cited. 

    Bloomberg TV, by Mark Crumpton

  • Women Still Largely Absent From Corporate Boards

    Women still absent from Corporate Boards. Chief Operating Officer Deborah Gillis quoted and census data cited. 

    WNYC, by Wendy Kaufman

  • Progress for women

    Chief Operating Officer Deborah Gillis discusses the state of women in light of Mary Barra’s appointment; Fortune Census and additional Catalyst data cited. 

    NBR, by NBR Staff

  • Mary Barra Marks a Milestone at GM, But Progress Stalls for Corporate Women

    Census cited and Chief Operating Officer Deborah Gillis quoted in piece on ambitious business women who are still hitting a wall. 

    The Wall Street Journal, by Sara Murray

  • Corporate America: Where Are All the Women?

    Mary Barra has been named CEO of GM, but we still have a long way to go for women; Fortune Census data cited. 

    Bloomberg TV, by Pimm Fox

  • Numbers Of Women In Top Board And Executive Jobs Stays Poor

    Catalyst census findings reviewed in detail. 

    24/7 Wall St., by Douglas A. McIntyre

  • Where is the female executive?

    Catalyst census findings cited and Chief Operating Officer Deborah Gillis quoted in piece on the lack of women at the top. 

    The Washington Post, by Jena McGregor

  • Women make no gains in Fortune 500

    President and CEO Ilene Lang quoted and Fortune Census data cited in piece on Mary Barra and the state of women. 

    Crain's New York Business, by Theresa Agovino