MARC Alums

The MARC Alums community comprises MARC participants of all genders committed to continuing their learning journey, sharpening their advocacy skills, and connecting with one another.

Join The MARC Movement

Being an advocate for greater equity and inclusion is a journey that never ends. The MARC Alums programming provides opportunities for MARC participants to continue the conversation, gain additional insights, and become visible advocates.

Attend MARC Reconnect

MARC Reconnect sessions are free bimonthly virtual convenings facilitated by the MARC team and exclusive to our MARC Alums community. Through informal learning exchanges, attendees will expand their conversations with peers and colleagues across companies, industries, and regions globally. Based on Catalyst’s research and methodology, MARC Reconnect aims to advance your gender equity and inclusive leadership performance.

MARC Reconnect 2024 Calendar

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“MARC and my initial introduction to the program has been very impactful both personally and professionally. The MARC alums reconnect sessions are an excellent forum for continuing the learning and development that is required to make the type of lasting change that is desired. I find great value in having a space to engage with like-minded individuals and share our experiences.”

– Ahmad Muslim, P&G


“Participating in MARC Dialogue Teams left me with a sense of responsibility…to use my position of privilege to further the gender equity conversation throughout my daily life. As a white, cisgender, straight, able-bodied man in the U.S.A. energy industry, I feel I have an obligation to demonstrate gender partnership…so that other men of my similar identity can see that not only is there a healthier alternative to masculinity, but that there’s also a place for them in the broader diversity, equity, and inclusion conversation…”

– Alex C. Lambros, Engineer, Chevron