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Amelia Costigan

Senior Director, Information Center

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

Amelia Costigan has been a member of the Catalyst Information Center since 2011. She has played an integral on the strategic development of numerous Catalyst knowledge products including, Trend Briefs, Quick Takes, Ask Catalyst Express, and CatalystX. She currently is a lead content developer for the Information Center’s eLearning Knowledge Bursts, Catalyst’s short skill-building training for Supporters.

Prior to joining Catalyst, Amelia worked as an art director with a focus on strategic content creation and content packaging in the non-profit sector.

Amelia holds an MLIS and an MFA in painting.

Amelia's Latest Work

Recruitment and Retention

CEO Activism (Trend Brief)

CEOs and leaders are speaking out and taking action on social issues including race, gender, and immigration.

Artificial Intelligence

AI and Equitable Hiring in a Post-Pandemic World (Trend Brief)

Being intentional regarding bias in the hiring process is crucial for rebuilding a diverse workforce.

Board Diversity

Socioeconomic Board Diversity (Trend Brief)

Having women on board is a start. But socioeconomic board diversity means also representing the interests of non-executive employees.

Artificial Intelligence

How AI Reinforces Gender Stereotypes (Trend Brief)

Artificial Intelligence is only as good as humans design it to be, and humans still have work to do.

Gender Bias

Gendered Ageism (Trend Brief)

Older workers face stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination in the workplace. Consequences of ageism affect women earlier than men and in unique ways.

Gender Bias

The Double-Bind Dilemma for Women in Leadership (Infographic)

Gender stereotypes and the “think leader, think male” mindset create a no-win situation for women leaders. 

Gender Bias

The Ripple Effect: Educating Women Changes Lives (Infographic)

When girls and women are educated, they are able to contribute more to their families, businesses, and economy.

Gender Bias

The Ripple Effect: Working Women Grow Economies (Infographic)

When women succeed, families, businesses, economies, and nations all succeed.