Sarah DiMuccio, PhD
Sarah DiMuccio, PhD, is a Director of Research working on the MARC research team. Her work at Catalyst focuses on engaging men, and the barriers that prevent men’s engagement in gender equity in the workplace. Sarah’s research expertise is in understanding men, manhood, and masculinity, and how gendered norms influence men’s emotions, attitudes, and behaviors in a variety of situations and domains.
Sarah earned her PhD and MA in Social Psychology from New York University and her BA in Psychology from Dickinson College.
Sarah's Latest Work
Interrupting Sexism at Work: What Drives Men to Respond Directly or Do Nothing? (Report)
New Catalyst research examines what influences men’s willingness and ability to interrupt sexism at work.
Masculine Anxiety and Interrupting Sexism at Work (Report)
Learn what masculine anxiety is and how it links to interrupting or not interrupting sexism in the workplace.
Men Interrupting Sexism: A View from 12 Countries
What can organizations do to help men become better partners in the struggle against workplace sexism?
When Managers Are Open, Men Feel Heard and Interrupt Sexism (Report)
Managers are uniquely positioned to make men feel their voices are welcome and to contribute to a culture of openness.