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Alixandra Pollack

Vice President, Head of Product Content & Strategy

+1 646 388 7786

120 Wall Street, 15th Floor, New York, New York 10005, United States

Alix is Vice President, Head of Product Content & Strategy at Catalyst. In her role she leads and delivers product strategy and vision around all Catalyst learning products and Catalyst Supportership. She also serves as leader of Catalyst’s MARC (Men Advocating Real Change) initiative, which inspires men to leverage their unique opportunity and responsibility to be advocates for equity. Alix is a recognized DEI expert and is a passionate advocate herself.

Prior to her current role, Alix was a member of the Research team, where she focused on engaging men, intersections of gender, race, and ethnicity, and culture of inclusion. Across over a decade of work at Catalyst, Alix has authored over 50 knowledge products.

Before joining Catalyst, Alix was as an Advisor for the Permanent Mission of the Cote D’Ivoire at the United Nations, working on post-conflict reintegration programming for women and girls. She holds a BA from Brandeis University and MPH in Global Public Health from George Washington University.



Alixandra's Latest Work


Engaging Men: Journey Toward Equity (Report)

By engaging men in equity and inclusion conversations, organizations can create a sustaining culture that truly lives out those values.


How Men Respond to Sexism in a Climate of Silence (Report)

New Catalyst research reveals that a climate of silence hinders men’s willingness to interrupt sexist behavior.

Emotional Tax

Empowering Workplaces Combat Emotional Tax for People of Colour in Canada (Report)

Learn about the experience of Emotional Tax by women of colour in Canada and the effects of empowering workplaces.

Race, Ethnicity, and Culture

Combattre les effets de la charge émotionnelle chez les personnes de couleur au canada grâce à l’autonomisation au sein des milieux de travail (Rapport)

Les femmes de couleur au Canada vivent des impôts émotionnels et ont besoin de lieux de travail plus autonomes.

Organizational Culture Change

The Day-To-Day Experiences of Workplace Inclusion and Exclusion (Report)

What does inclusion look and feel like to you? How about to your colleagues?

India Inc.: From Intention to Impact (Report)

Many companies in India are having trouble using diversity-focused policies to create an inclusive workplace where women can succeed.

Think People, Not Just Programs, to Build Inclusive Workplaces (Report)

To create high-performing work cultures, business leaders must pay attention to the people side—how employees connect to the company.

Recruitment and Retention

Corporate Landscape in Mexico: Understanding Approaches to Talent Management and Women’s Inclusion (Report)

To remain competitive in this global business landscape, talent management—in particular a focus on diversity and inclusion—is critical.

Recruitment and Retention

Panorama Corporativo en México: Análisis de las Estrategias de la Gestión de Talento e Inclusión de las Mujeres (Reporte)

Las mujeres en México representan una proporción significativa del talento disponible.