Catalyst In the News

  • Barclays Offers ETN Wagering on Corporates with Female Leaders

    This article about a new exchange traded note from Barclays tied to women in leadership positions cites Catalyst’s Women CEOs of the Fortune 1000 and 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Board Directors

    Bloomberg News, by Margaret Collins

  • Not Just Google And Facebook: America's Boardrooms Are Still Woefully Bereft Of Women

    This article quotes Jan Combopiano, Vice President & Chief Knowledge Officer, Catalyst in its discussion of women's underrepresentation in companies across different industries. It cites data from Gender Map, a data visualization project commissioned by Catalyst. 

    Forbes, by Liyan Chen

  • Women Need Confidence to Succeed In Tough Corporate World

    Citing Catalyst’s The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women’s Representation on Boards (2004–2008), this article describes how in order to increase the amount of women in leadership positions, there must be an investment in the ability for women to communicate with authority and...

    The Australian, by Andrea Clarke

  • The IT Factor: Making Tech Jobs Female Friendly

    This article mentions Dell’s participation in Catalyst’s MARC leadership program to underscore the importance of making tech jobs female friendly.

    Workforce, by Andrea Park

  • The Wind Industry's Relative Youth Means Fewer Traditional Barriers For Women In Maine

    This piece refers to Catalyst’s Women in U.S. Utilities pyramid, as it explores the role that women have played in Maine’s wind energy industry.

    Mainebiz, by Jon Marcus

  • Corporate Canada Told to Aim for 30 Per Cent Women on Boards

    Alex Johnston, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada, is quoted in this story about the voluntary push for quotas amongst Canadian corporations.

    Toronto Star, by Dana Flavelle

  • Council Challenges Canadian Companies to Add More Women to Boards

    This article is about a federal advisory council pushing for voluntary quotas in Canada. Alex Johnston, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada, is quoted.

    The Wall Street Journal, by Rita Trichur

  • A Paycheque Is Not a Lifestyle Choice: Woman-Splaining the Wage Gap

    Accounting for the wage gap in Canada this article links to and cites the High-Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations report., by Kate McInturff

  • Bringing Women to the Table

    This piece discusses Catalyst’s The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women's Representation on Boards study.

    Insigniam Quarterly, by Stacy Closser

  • Sobradamente Preparadas...Pero Con Menos Sueldo

    This piece quotes Allyson Zimmerman, Senior Director, Catalyst Europe, and complements her input with information from the High-Potential Women in Europe infographic report.

    Comfia Info, by In Spanish