Catalyst was established in the United States in 1962 by Felice N. Schwartz, a passionate activist who believed that women were an untapped resource who could help meet the United States’ growing labor shortage. Now, we are the leading nonprofit organization accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion. Our community of Supporters includes the Catalyst Board of Advisors, a group of high-level executives from leading companies who help guide our direction.
Why Leaders Must Connect More During Times of Crisis (Report)
Here are steps leaders should take to show openness and vulnerability authentically to connect with their team at work. Read…
Indigenous Peoples in the United States: Ask Catalyst Express
These resources offer information about Indigenous Peoples in the United States in the workplace and beyond.
Women in the Workforce – Global: Quick Take
In many countries, women account for 40% or more of the total labor force.
Building Inclusion for Indigenous Peoples in Canadian Workplaces
Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an Emotional Tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.…
Over Half of Indigenous Peoples in Canada Are On Guard to Experiences of Bias
Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an emotional tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.…
Covid-19 & Beyond: Don’t Lose Progress on Gender Equity During A Crisis (Topic Overview)
Review this checklist of actions organizations can take to keep the focus on gender equity during times of crisis. Read…
List: Women CEOs of the S&P 500
Only 5.8% of S&P 500 CEOs are women. See which companies put women at the top of their C-suites. Read…
Women of Color in the United States: Quick Take
Women of color will be the majority of all women in the United States by 2060.
#BlackHistoryMonth: Present-Day Heroes Are Role Models For My Daughter
My daughter’s school lacked resources, and lessons about Black history were relegated to one month of the year.
Beware Performative Allyship: 3 Signs to Look For
Expressing solidarity isn’t enough. Here are a few things to watch out for.
Curiosity and Allyship in the Workplace Create Equitable Change
Curiosity and allyship drive inclusion for people of color in the workplace, according to a new study from Catalyst. Read…
Allyship and Curiosity Drive Inclusion for People of Color at Work
Catalyst research shows that allyship and curiosity help create a more inclusive, welcoming workplace for people of color.
Women in Government: Quick Take
A snapshot of the leadership roles women play in democratically elected governments around the world.
Infographic: Organizations Can Build Gender Equity Advocates
Organizations must work to create an environment that empowers all employees to be advocates. The Catalyst advocacy continuum shows how.…
Infographic: Individuals Can Become Gender Equity Advocates
Anyone can be an advocate for gender equity. Advocacy involves humble listening, learning from one another, reflecting, and exerting effort.…
The Trust Gap: The Impact on Employees in Europe
A new report from Catalyst reveals that only 46% of employees in Europe report often or always being trusted at…
Scenario Planning for the Future of Work
Scenario planning is a helpful futurist methodology for leaders and organizations, especially during times of uncertainty.
Towards a More Equitable Future
Catalyst CEO Champions For Change companies renewed their commitment to advancing women, particularly women of color, in the workplace in…
The Detrimental Impact of Covid-19 on Gender and Racial Equality: Quick Take
As childcare needs go unmet and mental health strains skyrocket during Covid-19, women are disproportionately losing ground and losing jobs.…
Intersectionality: When Identities Converge
An intersectional framework can be foundational to a more inclusive working environment. Learn what intersectionality is and is not. Read…