Project Coordinator, Catalyst Inclusion Accelerator (CIA)
Emily Brother is the Project Coordinator for the Catalyst Inclusion Accelerator (CIA), one of Catalyst’s premier diagnostic tools for measuring workplace inclusion. In this role, Emily works with Catalyst researchers, consultants, and Supporter organizations on deploying the CIA, interpreting results, and developing actionable strategies.
Emily brings to Catalyst her enthusiasm for building communities where people feel safe, valued, respected, and a sense of belonging. Before joining Catalyst, Emily worked at the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she helped build pipelines for young people into politics and public service careers through funded internship opportunities, career advising, pre-professional training, and mentorship. She also helped establish the Harvard Votes Challenge, a non-partisan initiative to increase voter participation and civic engagement among undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and administrators across Harvard University.
Emily earned her Bachelor’s degree in Music from Harvard College.