Catalyst Staff

Vandana Juneja

Vice President, Asia-Pacific/Global Growth Markets

+1 416 305 4096

As Vice President, Global Growth Markets, Vandana leads Catalyst’s Asia-Pacific region and is responsible for the strategy to drive the amplification of Catalyst’s global impact. A trusted advisor, she coaches and counsels Fortune 500 companies across industries and around the globe with respect to their strategies to advance women into leadership and create inclusive workplaces where all individuals can thrive. As part of Catalyst’s Speakers Bureau, Vandana is a frequent speaker on a number of inclusion-related topics (taking charge of your career, unconscious bias to inclusive leadership, mentoring/sponsorship, engaging men as champions of inclusion, working across generations, women on boards, employee resource groups, work-life integration/flexible work arrangements and more). She has spoken around the globe in locations including Canada, the US, Australia, Chile, Switzerland, and India.

Prior to joining Catalyst, Vandana practiced immigration law, working with global clients across a broad range of industries such as professional services, information technology, manufacturing, financial services, consumer goods and more. She went on to work in the Global Diversity and Inclusion groups of two Canadian banks, where she focused on gender initiatives and advising Employee Resource Groups. In pursuing her passion for empowering women, she has also worked as a Research Associate for the Pay Equity Task Force in Ottawa (Status of Women Canada), and travelled to Vietnam with an NGO in partnership with the University of Toronto to evaluate and report back on a micro-finance project designed to help women living in poverty to understand and enter the mainstream banking system.

Vandana has earned a B.Comm. from McMaster University, an MBA from the University of Windsor, and an LL.B. from the University of Ottawa.

You can follow Vandana under the Twitter handle @ms_juneja.

Vandana's Latest Work

Talent Management Practices

Webinar Recording: 5 Actions Managers Can Take to Break the Gender Bias Cycle – Asia-Pacific

This webinar recording outlines the five actions managers can take to break the cycle of gender bias in development opportunities.

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: Think Global. Act Local. – Asia Pacific

This webinar will share tips and strategies used by top organizations to customize global programs to fit local needs.

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: Think Global. Act Local.

This webinar shares tips and strategies used by top organizations to customize global programs to fit local needs.

Talent Management Practices

Webinar Recording: 6 Steps to a More Inclusive Recruiting Process

This webinar shares tips to create more inclusive recruitment materials and in turn a more diverse and inclusive workplace from the pipeline up.

Work-Life Effectiveness

Webinar Recording: Adapting to the Future of Work

Listen to this webinar for an in-depth look at the changing and flexible workplace, drawing on leading Catalyst research, tools, and practices.

Talent Management Practices

Webinar Recording: First Steps: From Why to How—Designing Your D&I Strategy

Listen to this webinar recording to hear tips on how to design your D&I strategy by identifying major areas of focus.

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: Inclusive Communication

Listen to this webinar recording to hear insights from Catalyst's tool, Engaging in Conversations About Gender, Race, and Ethnicity.

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: International Day of Persons with Disabilities

This webinar explores how individuals and organizations are creating change and driving impact through workplace inclusion.

Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Webinar Recording: Starting Conversations About Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Workplace

Talking about our differences is difficult. Discussing how some aspects of your identities differ from other people’s—and ways you may…

Inclusion

Webinar Recording: National Aboriginal Day

Listen to this webinar recording to learn how to create more inclusive workplaces by improving the engagement of Aboriginal people.