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Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Women of Color Remain Severely Underrepresented in U.S. Workforce and on Boards

Recent data from Catalyst shows that women of color make up only 16.5% of the S&P 500 labor force. And as job level increases, the number of women of color decreases drastically—especially at the executive and C-suite levels. As a call to action, Catalyst will host the Women of Color Summit, gathering global experts to provide fresh thinking and spark change for women of color.
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Catalyst’s Women Of Color Summit: A New Course Of Action

Women in the workplace are often confronted with obstacles that impede their advancement to leadership positions. For women of color, visible minority women, and indigenous women, these obstacles are affected by the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, and gender.
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Racial and Gender Bias at Work Harmful for Women of Color and their Health

Catalyst's February 2018 report "Day-to-Day Experiences of Emotional Tax Among Women and Men of Color in the Workplace," finds that a majority of women of color experience an “Emotional Tax” in US workplaces affecting their overall health, well-being, and ability to thrive.
Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment and Women of Color

Women of color experience both racialized and sexualized harassment and assault, stemming from the historical context of their experiences.
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Ask Deborah: How Do We Change the “Picture” for Women of Color?

The “old boys’ club” that is the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences—its voting population is 94% white, mostly men and has an average age of 63—continues to essentially leave out women, African Americans, Latina/os, Asian Americans, and Native Americans from its awards and recognitions.
Board Diversity

Catalyst Women On Board™

Catalyst Women On Board™ builds a cadre of talented women corporate directors to solve the boardroom diversity challenge.