Catalyst In the News

  • Catalyst’s Women in the Automotive Industry Quick Take is cited in this article about women working in the auto collision repair industry. 

    Daily Commercial, by Livi Stanford

  • Alex Johnston, Executive Director, Catalyst Canada, is interviewed about the implementation of gender quotas in this segment on CCTV America.

    CCTV America

  • Julie S. Nugent, Vice President & Center Leader, Catalyst Research Center for Corporate Practice, is quoted and Catalyst’s High Potentials in the Pipeline: Leaders Pay It Forward study is referenced in this article about the importance of sponsorship programs. 

    Human Resource Executive, by Andrew R. McIlvaine

  • This piece about the lack of women enrolled in Executive Education graduate business programs cites data from Catalyst’s Statistical Overview of Women in the Workplace Quick Take.

    Fortune, by Katherine Noyes

  • This roundup of issues surrounding the wage gap cites The Myth of the Ideal Worker: Does Doing All the Right Things Really Get Women Ahead?

    She Knows, by Lydia Frank

  • This article about the underrepresentation of women in the workforce in India cites data from the 2014 Catalyst Census: Women Board Directors, quotes Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India WRC, and mentions the #DisruptTheDefault campaign and Catalyst Corporate Board Resource.

    CIOL, by Pratima Harigunani

  • Data from Catalyst’s research series The Promise of Future Leadership: A Research Program on Highly Talented Employees in the Pipeline are mentioned in this article about the gender wage gap among Millennials. 

    Fusion, by Rob Wile

  • This article about Indian executive board quotas for women cites Women “Take Care,” Men “Take Charge.”

    The Tribune

  • This article cites data from the 2014 Catalyst Census: Women Board Directors.

    Forbes, by Susan Adams

  • This article about Indian board quotas for women cites First Step: India Overview, and quotes Shachi Irde, Executive Director, Catalyst India WRC, who says that those seeking to find women for board positions must look past certain experience and treat them fairly.

    Voice of America, by Anjana Pasricha