Men Advocating Real Change (MARC) was created to help engage men in creating workplaces that work for women. Focusing on including men in this important conversation, MARC empowers all men in the workplace—from team members to senior leaders—to create real change. The MARC Community is global and growing.



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Gender Partnership Can Change Workplaces, Industries, and the World. Just Ask Mike Wirth of Chevron. (Video)

At the 2024 Catalyst Awards, Mike Wirth, CEO of Chevron, spoke about gender partnership and the MARC by Catalyst initiative.


When Women Win, Do Men Lose?

People of all genders benefit from gender equity, as the Catalyst MARC initiative demonstrates.


Video: Beyond Allyship, Stories of Impact from MARC Alumni

Catalyst's Julie Nugent with Karl Preissner of P&G and Gavin Kimmel of Chevron at the Catalyst Awards.


Flip the Script: Gender Stereotypes in the Workplace-Men

Stop using common words and phrases that undermine men's ability to bring their whole authentic selves to work.

Engaging Men

Why Your Company Needs Gender Partnership & How to Make It Happen: 5 Takeaways From the Catalyst Webinar (Infographic)

Your organization needs to engage in gender partnership, allowing men to contribute to creating safer, better workplaces.


Flexible Masculinities at Work (Infographic)

Expectations for men's behavior at work tend to be rigid and potentially harmful. Flexibility may relieve the pressure men face.

Engaging Men

Flexible Masculinities at Work (Tool)

Explicit and implicit expectations of masculinity negatively impact men at work. Learn to reframe your masculinity to create positive outcomes.


Stepping up for Equity in Sports: A Catalyst Awards Live Session

Former NBA player Jose Calderón speaks about gender equity and partnership at the 2023 Catalyst Awards.

Engaging Men

What Is Gender Partnership and How to Be an Effective Gender Partner (Infographic)

Learn how to do the internal and external work to become a better gender partner in your workplace.

Engaging Men

Healthy Masculinity and Other Takeaways From Real Change with MARC (Blog Post)

Critical topics like benevolent sexism, cancel culture, and male privilege were discussed at this three-day global and regional event.

Engaging Men

Gender Partnership: What, Why, How (Tool)

This tool explains what gender partnership is, why it's important for people of all genders, and how to implement this strategy.


Benevolent Sexism: Flip the Script (Infographic)

Have you ever tried to defend a woman coworker? You may have unintentionally sabotaged her instead. Learn about benevolent sexism.

Catalyst to host Real Change with MARC September 14–16, 2022

New York, New York, August 16, 2022 — The role of men in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) has grown…

Organizational Culture Change

How Organizations Can Encourage Men to Interrupt Sexism (Report)

What can organizations do to help men become better partners in the struggle against workplace sexism?

Organizational Culture Change

How To Tackle Negative Workplace Climates Head-On: A Guide for Senior Leaders and Managers (Tool)

Learn to identify the symptoms of three negative organizational conditions found to impact men’s decisions not to interrupt sexism.

Engaging Men

LATAM Event Series: [Mexico]

Join us as we discuss the opportunities and barriers that exist in building gender equity in LATAM.


Catalyst Talks : Managers Matter!

Join us in a conversation on the role of managers in interrupting sexism. Interrupting Sexism At Work is a Catalyst…

Engaging Men

Engaging Men: Barriers and Gender Norms (Report)

For men to be effective advocates for change, we must understand gender norms and personal barriers that can undermine progress.


Engaging Men: The Journey Toward Equity (Report)

By engaging men in equity and inclusion conversations, organizations can create a sustaining culture that truly lives out those values.

Engaging Men

Men With Open, Inclusive Managers Are More Likely to Interrupt Sexism (Media Release)

New Catalyst research on men in Europe finds 62% experiencing high levels of manager openness would likely interrupt sexist comments.