Christine Silva lead Canadian and global research projects focused on diversity and inclusion and was a co-author of Catalyst’s longitudinal study of high-potential employees. She played a lead role in the groundbreaking study, Career Advancement in Corporate Canada: A Focus on Visible Minorities ~ Survey Findings, and directed and co-authored the qualitative report in that series that explored critical relationships. In addition, she was lead author of Catalyst’s first research report on LGBT inclusion, Building LGBT-Inclusive Workplaces: Engaging Organizations and Individuals in Change.
Christine received a Master of Industrial Relations from the University of Toronto, a Master of Science in Organizational Behaviour from Queen’s University, and has completed doctoral coursework in Organizational Behaviour at Queen’s University. She earned her Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Employment Relations at the University of Toronto.