Awards 2011

March 25, 2011The days leading up to the Catalyst Awards Dinner and Conference are always exciting. Anticipation is high, work is frenetic—and it’s all worth it!

At this year’s sold-out dinner, I will be joined at New York City’s Waldorf=Astoria by close to 100 CEOs and leaders of major corporations, academic institutions, and nonprofits—plus more than 1500 guests from 140 companies from around the world. Ursula M. Burns, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Xerox Corporation, is chairing the dinner, which honors trail-blazing programs by Kaiser Permanente, McDonald’s, and Time Warner. And at our sold-out conference during the day, we’ll hear more about what really works to advance women and diversity at the breakout sessions and keynote discussion with Irene Rosenfeld, Chairman and CEO of Kraft Foods Inc.

If you are unable to attend this year’s festivities, be sure to follow all the action on Twitter—the official hashtag for this year’s Conference and Dinner is #Catalyst2011.

See you there!

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