Lauren Pasquarella Daley, PhD
Head, Product Partnership & Impact120 Wall Street, 15th Floor, New York, New York 10005, United States
Lauren Pasquarella Daley, PhD is Head, Product Partnership & Impact, where she leads the organization-wide Women and the Future of Work strategic initiative for Catalyst. In this role, Lauren leads all aspects of program management for our Future of Work learning solutions, including business development, relationship management, and product marketing, and coordinates our future of work efforts across multiple departments.
Lauren serves as Catalyst’s subject matter expert on women and the future of work, developing the key priority areas which position women at the forefront of changes and where organizations can leverage inclusive workplaces to build a more equitable future of work. She leads cross-functional teams to develop cutting-edge research and knowledge products, creates holistic end-to-end solutions around women and future of work, and convenes communities of thought leaders.
In previous roles at Catalyst, Lauren worked in the Development team with future of work donors and in the Research/Information Center ensuring that Catalyst research is accurate and credible.
Prior to joining Catalyst, Lauren worked in university career services, where she was involved in researching, speaking, teaching, and counseling students on career development and equity concerns.
Lauren's Latest Work
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Report)
Take steps now to prevent sexual harassment with these actions taken from vetted research.
AI and Gender Bias (Trend Brief)
Humans may be programming their own biases, including around gender and race, into the algorithms behind artificial intelligence.
Women and the Future of Work (Report)
Catalyst's new report on the future of work and women examines how to reimagine diversity and inclusion for the 21st century.
Covid-19: Women, Equity, and Inclusion in the Future of Work (Report)
In the wake of Covid-19, Catalyst offers a path to a more equitable, inclusive, and fulfilling workplace.
Future Workplaces that Work for Women: Five Strategies in the Covid-19 Era (Webinar Recording)
Hear an overview of the Catalyst Report, Covid-19: Women, Equity, and Inclusion in the Future of Work, from our researchers.
Why Empathy Is a Superpower in the Future of Work (Report)
Empathy is a critical human skill, allowing people to create connections with colleagues, especially during times of disruption.
Scenario Planning for the Future of Work (Report)
Scenario planning is a helpful futurist methodology for leaders and organizations, especially during times of uncertainty.