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Welcome to the 2013 Catalyst Awards Dinner!
For over half a century, Catalyst research has demonstrated that recruiting,
developing, and advancing talented women is good for women and
business. We have shown organizations how to capitalize on an increasingly
diverse global talent pool by promoting gender equity. And every year since
1987, we have honored several innovative initiatives which do just that with
the prestigious Catalyst Award.
Tonight we are joined by nearly 1,600 guests, including CEOs and other
leading executives from top corporations, to celebrate our 2013 Catalyst
Award-winning initiatives. This year’s inspiring initiatives were developed by
companies that were ready to make change—and did.
In addition to highlighting these groundbreaking initiatives, we’re
thrilled to welcome our remarkable 2013 Catalyst Awards Dinner Chair,
Denise Morrison, President & CEO of Campbell Soup Company. We
benefitted from Ms. Morrison’s extraordinary leadership in her former
role as the Chair of Catalyst’s Board of Advisors, and we are enormously
pleased that she now leads a major company and has joined our Board
of Directors.
Change is happening all around us, and women are not only ready for it;
they’re driving it.
The 2013 initiatives demonstrate how global diversity strategies can be
implemented successfully across different cultural and regional contexts. It’s
a pleasure to honor the following programs:
The women and men in this room are committed to leading companies,
serving on boards, and driving change within individual organizations
and across entire industries and continents—and Catalyst continues to
be your partner.
Alcoa Inc.
Building Opportunities for Women in a “Hard Hat” Company
It’s an honor to share this special night with all of you. I know that together,
we will continue to change workplaces and lives.
The Coca-Cola Company
Global Women’s Initiative: Women as the Real Drivers of the 21st Century
Unilever
Global Reach with Local Roots: Creating a Gender-Balanced Workforce in
Different Cultural Contexts
Ilene H. Lang
President & Chief Executive Officer
Catalyst
James S. Turley
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Ernst & Young
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Welcome!
As a longtime supporter of Catalyst, I am especially honored to serve as this
year’s Dinner Chair. It’s a pleasure to celebrate three outstanding initiatives
dedicated to increasing gender diversity in the company of leaders who
share my goal of recruiting, developing, and advancing talented women.
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Even in the midst of hard economic times, Alcoa Inc.’s initiative, Building
Opportunities for Women in a “Hard Hat” Company, has made great strides
toward increasing women’s representation in leadership roles and promoting
gender inclusion in a male-dominated industry known for its demanding
work conditions.
The Coca-Cola Company’s initiative, Global Women’s Initiative: Women as
the Real Drivers of the 21st Century, seeks to advance women internally and
economically empower women externally. It enjoys strong senior leadership
support globally, based on the fact that women make over 70 percent of
consumer purchasing decisions related to Coca-Cola’s products worldwide.
By leveraging its strong foundation of cultural diversity and multinational
expertise to promote a culture of inclusion, Unilever’s initiative, Global
Reach With Local Roots: Creating a Gender-Balanced Workforce in Different
Cultural Contexts, accelerates the advancement of high-potential women
across different regions.
All three 2013 Catalyst Award-winning
initiatives demonstrate how, with the
support of senior leadership, global
diversity strategies can be effectively
implemented locally. They also reflect
Catalyst’s longstanding belief that what’s
good for women is also good for men,
business, and society. To the leaders who
are responsible for their creation and
continued success, I offer my sincerest
congratulations.
And to Catalyst, I thank you for your
inspiring leadership, and look forward to
continuing to work with you to expand
opportunities for women and business.
Denise Morrison
President & CEO
Campbell Soup Company
Speakers
Award
Winners
Denise Morrison, President & CEO, Campbell Soup Company
Ilene H. Lang, President & CEO, Catalyst
Alcoa Inc.
Building Opportunities for Women
in a “Hard Hat” Company
Klaus Kleinfeld
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
The Coca-Cola Company
Global Women’s Initiative: Women as
the Real Drivers of the 21st Century
Muhtar Kent
Chairman of the Board and
Chief Executive Officer
Unilever
Global Reach With Local Roots:
Creating a Gender-Balanced Workforce
in Different Cultural Contexts
Paul Polman
Chief Executive Officer
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About the Catalyst Award
About the Catalyst Award
The Catalyst Award annually honors innovative organizational approaches with proven, measurable results that
address the recruitment, development, and advancement of all women, including diverse women.
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Catalyst’s rigorous, year-long examination of initiatives and their
measurable results culminates in intensive on-site reviews at finalist
organizations. By celebrating successful initiatives, Catalyst provides
organizations with replicable models to help them create initiatives that
are good for women and good for business.
Catalyst posted application materials to its website and sent materials
to public and private companies and professional firms beginning in
January 2012. Each nominated initiative was evaluated against the
following criteria:
• Business Rationale
• Senior Leadership Support
• Accountability
• Communication
• Employee Engagement
• Innovation
• Measurable Results
Members of the Catalyst Award Evaluation Committee determined a
select number of initiatives to examine during intensive on-site visits, which
included interviews and focus groups with a wide range of employees and
leadership to assess each initiative’s effectiveness and how it permeates
the organization. Winners were selected in December 2012.
Has your organization positively changed its workplace culture and advanced
women and diverse groups? Has this work made an impact—and do you
have the results to prove it? Catalyst welcomes applications for the 2014
Catalyst Award. Consider nominating your innovative work and join the 76
organizations from around the world whose ground-breaking diversity &
inclusion initiatives have changed workplaces, communities, and lives. By
applying for the Catalyst Award, your company or firm will benefit from an
external perspective on your organization’s D&I efforts and demonstrate
your commitment as an employer of choice.
Nominations must be postmarked by June 7, 2013. Catalyst assesses a
variety of strategic approaches related to women’s advancement for
the Catalyst Award. Targeted efforts, as well as broad initiatives such as
those which facilitate cultural change, are considered. These efforts may be
targeted to various underrepresented groups and may encompass a range
of diversity and inclusion efforts. Your initiative need not focus exclusively
on women, but the results must demonstrate that the initiative supports
women’s advancement, including that of diverse women, and that it can be
sustained over time.
To obtain an application or more information about applying, contact Laura
Sabattini, PhD, Chair, Catalyst Award Evaluation Committee:
telephone
+1 212 514 7600
web
www.catalyst.org/apply-catalyst-award-0
2013 Dinner Contributors
2013 Dinner Contributors
Dinner Sponsors
RBC
Shell Oil Company
Dinner Chair Company
Campbell Soup Company
Video Sponsor
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
VIDEO PRODUCTION
DRAFTFCB
General Reception Sponsor
Walmart
Board Reception Sponsors
General Motors Company
The Home Depot
$120,000+
Alcoa Inc.
BP p.l.c.
The Coca-Cola Company
Dell Inc.
$60,000 – $119,999
BMO Financial Group
Chubb Group of Insurance Companies
McDonald’s Corporation
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
UPS
Walmart
$40,000 – $59,999
Avon Products, Inc.
Bank of America
Bayer Corporation
Campbell Soup Company
CH2M HILL
Chevron
Cigna
CoreLogic, Inc.
Deloitte LLP
Deutsche Bank
DIRECTV
DuPont
Ernst & Young
Gannett Co., Inc.
General Electric
Goldman Sachs
The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.
Hess Corporation
Hewlett-Packard Company
Juniper Networks
Kellogg Company
KeyBank
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
KPMG LLP
Kraft
MassMutual Life Insurance Company
Merck
Nationwide Insurance
PepsiCo, Inc.
Pfizer Inc
Prudential Financial
Rockwell Automation
Shell Oil Company
Stryker
Target
Unilever
Whirlpool Corporation
$20,000 – $39,999
Accenture
Altria
Allstate Insurance Company
BNY Mellon
Cardinal Health
The Dow Chemical Company
DRAFTFCB
Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P.
General Motors Company
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Iberdrola
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Microsoft Corporation
Northern Trust
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Philip Morris International
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Procter & Gamble
PwC
Scotiabank
Sodexo
Stanley Black & Decker
State Farm®
Texas Instruments
Thomson Reuters
Time Warner, Inc.
Xerox Corporation
$12,500 – $19,999
ACE Group
Aon plc
Baker Hughes
Bloomberg
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
Cargill, Incorporated
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Cummins Inc.
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
eBay Inc.
Enbridge Inc.
Fluor Corporation
Gibbons P.C.
Goodwin Procter LLP
The Guardian Life Insurance Company
of America
The Home Depot
Hyatt Hotels Corporation
IBM
International Paper Company
Interpublic Group
ITW
The J.M. Smucker Company
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Marriott International
Meredith Corporation
MWV
New York Life
Nissan-Americas
Novartis
QBE North America
Society for Human Resource
Management (SHRM)
Sunoco, Inc.
Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd.
Terex Corporation
UBS
$1,000 – $12,499
Aera Energy LLC
AGCO Corporation
AT&T
Avis Budget Charitable Foundation
Bentley University
BlackRock, Inc.
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.
Comerica Bank
ConAgra Foods
Dr Pepper Snapple Group
Enterprise Holdings Inc.
The Exetor Group
Fluor Corporation
Georgia-Pacific LLC
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
Grant Thornton LLP
Halliburton
Ingredion Incorporated
Jetset Studios
ManpowerGroup
Mattel, Inc.
Mondelēz International
Morrison & Foerster LLP
NextEra Energy, Inc.
Petrocelli Financial Services
SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Inc.
S.C. Johnson & Son, Limited
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
United Launch Alliance
WellPoint
Women of Influence Inc.
Xylem Inc.
List complete as of February 11, 2013
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2013 Award-Winning Initiative | Alcoa Inc.
Alcoa Inc.
Building Opportunities for Women in a “Hard Hat” Company
In the midst of hard economic times, Alcoa’s initiative Building
Opportunities for Women in a “Hard Hat” Company is increasing women’s
representation in leadership roles and promoting gender inclusion in
a male-dominated industry known for its demanding work conditions
(e.g., 24/7 plant operations, heavy industrial work in mines, refineries,
and smelters). The initiative began in 2008, when CEO Klaus Kleinfeld
established new diversity goals and strategic priorities, and it is
supported by the Alcoa Diversity & Inclusion Council, which oversees
all of Alcoa’s diversity programs and Affinity Groups. Although the
company was significantly affected by the economic downturn of
late 2008, Alcoa continued to pursue its diversity goals, maintaining
aggressive objectives and robust accountability systems to leverage its
talent programs and improve results. By communicating a motivating vision
to all employees, Alcoa’s leadership team simultaneously improved
transparency and highlighted the importance of inclusion to create a better
work environment.
leverage regional community development efforts and connections with
local educational institutions for recruitment and professional development;
this is especially helpful in remote locations such as Fjarðaál, Iceland,
and Juruti, Brazil. Senior leadership support is strong, with the CEO and
top leaders actively involved with, committed to, and accountable for
the initiative.
The initiative’s multiple innovative components are woven throughout
Alcoa’s talent management processes: recruiting, mentoring/sponsoring,
leadership development, and rigorous talent review and succession
planning. Alcoa’s Affinity Groups encourage employee involvement in
diversity across regions, and are a model for leveraging grassroots efforts
to achieve business goals in a global organization. Each component of
Alcoa’s initiative relies on global strategies, but implementation is localized
to suit regional and operational contexts. For example, local HR teams
Alcoa’s programs have helped attract and retain women at all levels in most
of its businesses and regions. Despite a 30 percent decrease in Alcoa’s global
workforce between 2008 and 2012, women’s representation increased
during that period from 15.8 percent to 19.0 percent for executive roles
and from 22.6 percent to 25.3 percent for professional and plant manager
roles. At the same time, overall employee engagement scores dramatically
improved, from 52 to 70 percent.
The initiative’s success and sustainability can be attributed in large part
to the integration of diversity goals into Alcoa’s organizational processes
and core values, which are monitored by strong metrics and accountability
systems. Alcoa has set very aggressive women’s representation goals for its
industry, links diversity goals to compensation for its top 1,000 leaders, and
has made developing women into operational leadership positions a priority.
In addition, Alcoa Foundation has invested in education initiatives focused
on women and girls through partnerships with the Society of Women
Engineers (SWE) and the Girl Scouts of the USA, among others.
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2013 Award-Winning Initiative | The Coca-Cola Company
The Coca-Cola Company
Global Women’s Initiative: Women as the Real Drivers of the 21st Century
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The Coca-Cola Company’s Global Women’s Initiative: Women as the
Real Drivers of the 21st Century seeks to advance women internally and
economically empower women externally. Initiated and driven by the
company’s CEO, Coca-Cola’s initiative enjoys strong senior leadership
support globally, based on a robust business rationale that capitalizes
on the fact that women make over 70 percent of consumer purchasing
decisions on Coca-Cola’s products worldwide. It is overseen by a global
Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) and regional sub-councils that
customize the initiative to meet local needs. The WLC, composed of
17 senior women leaders across many geographies and functions,
advises the CEO and senior leaders on strategies and initiatives for the
accelerated development and advancement of women for senior
leadership positions. Company-wide strategic goals are cascaded down
to business units around the world, which drive localized action. The
regional sub-councils facilitate local alignment and integration by working
closely with business unit leaders to drive results.
Internally, the initiative strategically prioritizes the recruitment,
development, advancement, and retention of women, with the goal of
achieving gender parity at all levels of the organization by 2020. The
initiative also helps create an engaged and empowered organization.
This global effort encompasses 22 business units in 207 countries, and
it is a major component of CEO Muhtar Kent’s Vision 2020. Goals are
met through aggressive recruitment of senior women from outside the
company and through internal talent processes. For example, People Development Forums are used to identify women who are “ready now” for promotion, to ensure robust development plans for women in the leadership
pipeline, and to track and monitor gender balance in key succession plans.
Externally, 5by20 is Coca-Cola’s global commitment to enable the economic
empowerment of 5 million women entrepreneurs across the company’s value
chain by 2020. Through this effort, Coca-Cola helps women overcome barriers
that they face in the marketplace and grow their businesses sustainably.
Coca-Cola’s initiative has significantly increased women’s representation
around the world. Between 2008 and 2012, the proportion of women leaders
increased from 23 to 29 percent among senior-level women and the
proportion of immediate pipeline women increased from 28 to 34 percent, with consistent increases across regions. The proportion of women leaders within Coca-Cola’s Pacific group is up from 14 to 25 percent; the Eurasia/Africa group has gone from 18 to 28 percent; and
Latin America has grown from 11 to 20 percent. Globally, Coca-Cola’s
external recruitment of women leaders rose from 13 percent in 2007 to 41
percent in 2011. The representation of women in Coca-Cola’s key assessment
and development programs rose from 21 percent in 2007 to 49 percent in
2011. 5by20’s reach has recently expanded across 12 countries; by 2011, it
had impacted 130,000 women, and was on track to reach 300,000 women
by the end of 2012.
2013 Award-Winning Initiative | Unilever
Unilever
Global Reach With Local Roots: Creating a Gender-Balanced
Workforce in Different Cultural Contexts
Unilever’s initiative, Global Reach With Local Roots: Creating a
Gender-Balanced Workforce in Different Cultural Contexts, accelerates
the advancement of high-potential women across different regions and
leverages the company’s strong foundation of cultural diversity and
multinational expertise to promote a culture of inclusion.
In 2009, CEO Paul Polman recognized that increasing gender diversity
would help the business thrive, and he set an ambitious goal of
achieving gender parity at all management levels. To achieve this goal,
Unilever implemented a number of focused efforts, including the Global
Diversity Board chaired by Mr. Polman, as well as gender balance
accountability and targets for Unilever Leadership Executives (ULE),
which include the CEO and his direct reports. Gender diversity was
further integrated into the HR processes, such as talent management,
career planning and leadership development. In addition, the Global
Mentoring Program, which targets high-potential women in different
regions, and Agile Working, a comprehensive flexible work program
that supports sustainability in different regions, were implemented. The
Compass, Unilever’s strategy for sustainable growth, and the Sustainable
Living Plan, which guides the responsible delivery of business operations,
provide the initiative’s over-arching framework and help maintain
consistency and alignment across 11 important regions on five continents.
Programs are adapted locally in response to cultural norms and to meet
the specific needs of each region. Innovative localized efforts include social
media and digital recruitment programs in South Asia, and Career by Choice
in India, which allows women to re-enter the workforce in business consultant
roles with the option to become full-time. Other examples are a half-time
job share initiative in Germany and “pick ‘n’ drop” facilities in North Africa
and the Middle East, where women are not allowed to drive. In addition,
the UK and Ireland headquarters and Hindustan Unilever’s office facility in
Mumbai were all built to substantially decrease travel time and designed
with a strong technology infrastructure so that workers can work at any place.
From 2009 to 2012, representation of women in the pipeline increased from
16 to 21 percent for EVP and VP-level women, from 27 to 32 percent for
director-level women, and from 40 to 43 percent for manager-level women.
Recruitment of women across all levels has increased from 47 to 50 percent.
Momentum has also grown in some regions. From 2009 to 2012, Hindustan
Unilever increased the proportion of women in management roles from 19
to 27 percent. Within the same timeframe, the proportion of women managers at Unilever Japan increased from 22 to 29 percent.
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Catalyst Award-Winning Organizations
Catalyst Award-Winning Organizations
2013 Alcoa Inc.
The Coca-Cola Company
Unilever
2005 Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Sidley Austin Brown & Wood
LLP
2012Commonwealth
2004
Bank of Australia
Sodexo
2011
2003Accenture
Ernst & Young LLP
WellPoint Health Networks
Inc.
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General Electric Company
Harley-Davidson, Inc.
Shell Oil Company U.S.
Kaiser Permanente
McDonald’s Corporation
Time Warner Inc.
2010 Campbell Soup Company
Deloitte LLP
RBC
Telstra Corporation Limited
2002
Bayer Corporation
Fannie Mae
Marriott International, Inc.
2001
American Express Company
General Mills, Inc.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
2000 Charles Schwab & Co.
IBM Corporation
The Northern Trust Company
2009
Baxter International Inc.
CH2M HILL
Gibbons P.C.
KPMG LLP
2008
ING U.S. Financial Services
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
2007 The Goldman Sachs
Group, Inc.
PepsiCo, Inc.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Scotiabank
2006
BP p.l.c.
The Chubb Corporation
Safeway Inc.
1999 Baxter Healthcare
Corporation
Corning Incorporated
TD Bank Financial Group
1998 The Procter & Gamble
Company
Sara Lee Corporation
1997 The Allstate Corporation
Avon Mexico
1996 Hoechst Celanese
Corporation
Knight-Ridder, Inc.
Texas Instruments
1995 1994 Deloitte & Touche LLP
The Dow Chemical Company
J.C. Penney Company, Inc.
Bank of Montreal
McDonald’s Corporation
Pitney Bowes Inc.
1993 The American Business
Collaboration (ABC) for
Quality Dependent Care
Con Edison
Morrison & Foerster
Motorola
1992
1991
American Airlines
Continental Insurance
Hewlett-Packard Company
Arthur Andersen & Co., S.C.
SC Johnson Wax
Tenneco Inc.
1990 Eastman Kodak Company
John Hancock Financial
Services
US Sprint Communications
Company
1989
Fannie Mae
IBM Corporation
U S WEST, Inc.
1988 Avon Products, Inc.
Corning Glass Works
E.I. du Pont de Nemours and
Company
Gannett Co., Inc.
1987 Connecticut Consortium for
Child Care
The Equitable Financial
Companies
IBM Corporation
Mobil Corporation
2013 Honorary & Associate Chairs
2013 Honorary Chairs
2013 Associate Chairs
Ian Narev
Managing Director and CEO
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Daniel F. Akerson
Chairman & CEO
General Motors Company
John Franklin Brock
Chairman & CEO
Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.
Scott Davis
Chairman & CEO
UPS
Michel Landel
Group CEO
Sodexo
Michael Akker
President & CEO
SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance
Company, Inc.
Wesley G. Bush
Chairman, President & CEO
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Michael Diekmann
CEO
Allianz
Louis C. Camilleri
Chairman & CEO
Philip Morris International
John J. Donahoe
President & CEO
eBay Inc.
Stephen Chipman
CEO
Grant Thornton LLP
Paul Douglas
President & CEO
PCL Constructors Inc.
George Chavel
President and CEO
Sodexo North America
Ralph W. Babb, Jr.
Chairman, President & CEO
Comerica Bank
George S. Barrett
Chairman & CEO
Cardinal Health
Martin J. Barrington
Chairman & CEO
Altria
Thomas A. Cole
Chairman of the Executive
Committee
Sidley Austin LLP
Mike Duke
President & CEO
Walmart
Dominic Barton
Global Managing Director
McKinsey & Company
Helen Conway
Director
Workplace Gender Equality Agency
Darren Entwistle
President & CEO
TELUS Corporation
Mark T. Bertolini
Chairman, President & CEO
Aetna Inc.
David M. Cordani
President & CEO
Cigna
Richard D. Fairbank
Founder, Chairman & CEO
Capital One Financial Corporation
Jeffrey L. Bewkes
Chairman & CEO
Time Warner Inc.
Roger W. Crandall
Chairman, President & CEO
MassMutual Financial Group
John V. Faraci, Jr.
Chairman & CEO
International Paper Company
Laurence J. Boschetto
CEO & President
DRAFTFCB
Richard J. Daly
CEO
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
Scott Farmer
CEO
CINTAS Corporation
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2013 Associate Chairs
2013 Associate Chairs (continued)
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Jeff M. Fettig
Chairman & CEO
Whirlpool Corporation
Gerald L. Hassell
Chairman & CEO
BNY Mellon
Brian P. Kelley
President & CEO
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Tamara L. Lundgren
President & CEO
Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.
Laurence D. Fink
Chairman & CEO
BlackRock, Inc.
Daniel R. Hesse
President & CEO
Sprint
Richard G. Ketchum
Chairman & CEO
FINRA
John F. Lundgren
President & CEO
Stanley Black & Decker
John D. Finnegan
Chairman, President & CEO
Chubb Group of Insurance
Companies
Marillyn A. Hewson
CEO & President
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Michael J. Kneeland
President & CEO
United Rentals, Inc.
Brian P. MacDonald
President & CEO
ETP Holdco Corporation
Henry G. Jackson, CPA
President & CEO
Society for Human Resource
Management
Stephen M. Lacy
Chairman, President & CEO
Meredith Corporation
Roger Martin
Dean, Rotman School of
Management
University of Toronto
Joseph Jimenez, Jr.
CEO
Novartis Corporation
Gloria Cordes Larson
President & Trustee
Bentley University
Gracia C. Martore
President & CEO
Gannett Co., Inc.
Jeffrey A. Joerres
Chairman & CEO
ManpowerGroup
Michel M. Liès
CEO
Swiss Reinsurance Company
Gretchen W. McClain
President & CEO
Xylem Inc.
Kevin R. Johnson
CEO
Juniper Networks, Inc.
Tom Linebarger
Chairman & CEO
Cummins Inc.
Sherilyn S. McCoy
CEO
Avon Products, Inc.
Clayton M. Jones
Chairman, President & CEO
Rockwell Collins, Inc.
Andrew N. Liveris
Chairman, President & CEO
The Dow Chemical Company
Lee A. McIntire
Chairman, President & CEO
CH2M HILL
Steven A. Kandarian
Chairman, President & CEO
Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company
Kevin A. Lobo
President & CEO
Stryker
Jürgen Fitschen
Chairman Management Board &
Co-CEO
Deutsche Bank
Michael C. Gass
President & CEO
United Launch Alliance
Daniel S. Glaser
President & CEO
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Ilene Gordon
Chairman, President & CEO
Ingredion Incorporated
Evan G. Greenberg
Chairman & CEO
ACE Group
Krista McMasters
CEO
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
2013 Associate Chairs
Beth E. Mooney
Chairman & CEO
KeyCorp
Gregory R. Page
Chairman & CEO
Cargill, Incorporated
David T. Seaton
Chairman & CEO
Fluor Corporation
Frederick H. Waddell
Chairman & CEO
Northern Trust Corporation
Robert E. Moritz
US Chairman & Senior Partner
PwC
Robert L. Parkinson, Jr.
Chairman & CEO
Baxter International Inc.
James C. Smith
CEO
Thomson Reuters
John S. Watson
Chairman & CEO
Chevron Corporation
Brian Moynihan
CEO
Bank of America
Ian C. Read
Chairman & CEO
Pfizer Inc
Keith E. Smith
President & CEO
Boyd Gaming Corporation
Michael D. White
Chairman, President & CEO
DIRECTV
Deanna M. Mulligan
President & CEO
The Guardian Life Insurance
Company of America
Martin H. Richenhagen
Chairman, President & CEO
AGCO Corporation
Richard K. Smucker
President & CEO
The J.M. Smucker Company
Meg Whitman
President & CEO
Hewlett-Packard Company
Fritzi Woods
President & CEO
Women’s Foodservice Forum
James J. Murren
Chairman, President & CEO
MGM Resorts International
James M. Rishwain, Jr.
Firm Chair
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
LLP
John Strangfeld
Chairman & CEO
Prudential Financial
Anand K. Nallathambi
President & CEO
CoreLogic, Inc.
Gary M. Rodkin
President & CEO
ConAgra Foods, Inc.
William H. Swanson
Chairman & CEO
Raytheon Company
Pierre Nanterme
CEO
Accenture
Michael I. Roth
Chairman & CEO
Interpublic Group
Andrew C. Taylor
Chairman & CEO
Enterprise Holdings Inc.
Larren M. Nashelsky
Chair
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Edward B. Rust, Jr.
Chairman, President & CEO
State Farm®
Mark R. Tercek
President & CEO
The Nature Conservancy
Keith D. Nosbusch
Chairman, President & CEO
Rockwell Automation
Leonard A. Schlesinger
President
Babson College
Don Thompson
President & CEO
McDonald’s Corporation
List complete as of February 11, 2013
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Special Project Funding
Special Project Funding
Research Partners
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Catalyst Research Partners are an energetic
group of member organizations committed
to generating new ideas and approaches to
advancing women in business through mutual
learning and exchange. Membership at this level
financially supports the development of research
for a calendar year and includes benefits
tailored to the production and application of
our research. Research Partners also participate
in exclusive events to discuss emerging issues
and inform Catalyst’s research agenda.
We thank our 2012 Research Partners for
supporting Catalyst’s 2012 research reports:
Bloomberg
BMO Financial Group
Chevron Corporation
Credit Suisse
Dell Inc.
Deloitte LLP
Desjardins Group
Deutsche Bank AG
Ernst & Young
General Motors Company
Hewlett-Packard Company
IBM Corporation
KeyBank
McDonald’s Corporation
PPL Corporation
Sodexo
UPS
Women on Boards
2011 Catalyst Census: Financial Post 500 Women Board Directors
2011 Catalyst Census: Financial Post 500 Women Board Directors (French Translation)
2012 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Board Directors
2012 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 Women Executive Officers and Top Earners
Setting the Record Straight Series
The Momentum Myth: The Impact of Turnover on Women’s Representation on Fortune
500 Boards
The Momentum Myth: The Impact of Turnover on Women’s Representation on Financial Post
Public Company Boards
Narrowing the Fortune 100 Gender Leadership Gap: Change is Closer Than You Think
Narrowing the Financial Post 100 Gender Leadership Gap: Change is Closer Than You Think
The Supply Problem Myth: Fortune 500 Boards
The Supply Problem Myth: Financial Post 500 Boards
The “Think Director, Think CEO” Myth: Fortune 500 Companies
The “Think Director, Think CEO” Myth: Financial Post 500 Companies
Women in the Pipeline
High Potentials in the Pipeline: Leaders Pay It Forward
Good Intentions, Imperfect Execution? Women Get Fewer of the “Hot Jobs” Needed to Advance
Engaging Men
Calling All White Men: Can Training Help Create Inclusive Workplaces?
Asia
Expanding Work-Life Perspectives: Talent Management in Asia
Expanding Work-Life Perspectives: Talent Management in China
Expanding Work-Life Perspectives: Talent Management in India
Expanding Work-Life Perspectives: Talent Management in Singapore
Special Project Funding
Signature Events
2012 Catalyst Awards Conference
New York
March 28-29
Sponsors: The Coca-Cola Company, Walmart
Catalyst 50th Anniversary
Founders Reception
New York
March 28
Sponsors: General Motors Company,
IBM Corporation
2012 Catalyst Awards Dinner & 50th
Anniversary Celebration
New York
March 29
Sponsors: PepsiCo, Inc., Shell Oil Company
Dinner Chair: Jim Turley, Chairman & CEO,
Ernst & Young
Video Sponsor: Toyota Motor North America,
Inc.
Video Production: DRAFTFCB
Celebrating Catalyst’s 50th
Anniversary and Launch of Catalyst
India Advisory Board
Bangalore
April 30
Sponsors: Pitney Bowes Inc., Wipro
Catalyst Europe CEO Summit
Rüschlikon/Zurich
June 7
Lead Sponsor: Swiss Re. Ltd.
Sponsors: AXA, Deutsche Bank AG, Royal
Dutch Shell plc.
The Catalyst Canada
Honours Conference
Toronto
November 5
Sponsor: CIBC
The Catalyst Canada Honours
Toronto
November 5
Dinner Chair: Bill Downe, President & CEO,
BMO Financial Group
Reception Sponsor: Scotiabank
Video Sponsor: PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Video Production: DRAFTFCB Canada
Media Sponsor: Rogers Communication Inc.
Other Events
CEO Dinner/Launch of Catalyst
India WRC
Mumbai
January 10
Sponsor: Ernst & Young
Member Roundtable
Los Angeles
January 19
Sponsor: Mattel, Inc.
Catalyst European Member
Meet & Greet
Amsterdam
January 19
Sponsor: Shell International B.V.
Los Angeles Law Roundtable:
Partner in Change
Los Angeles
January 25
Sponsor: Holme Roberts & Owen LLP
Denver Law Roundtable:
Partners in Change
Denver
February 1
Sponsor: Holme Roberts & Owen LLP
Executive Women’s Platform
Basel, Switzerland
February 13
Sponsor: Novartis
Sponsoring Women to Success
Toronto, February 16
Vancouver, May 10
Montreal, September 25
Calgary, October 18
Sponsor: CIBC
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Special Project Funding
Special Project Funding (continued)
Other Events (continued)
Dallas Law Roundtable:
Partners in Change
Dallas
February 23
Sponsor: Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
18
Catalyst Bay Area Roundtable:
Processing The Future of Women
in Technology
Sunnyvale, CA
February 29
Sponsor: Juniper Networks, Inc.
Catalyst European Member
Meet & Greet
Zurich
March 1
Sponsor: UBS
Catalyst Connects
Vancouver, March 7
Calgary, April 17
New York, May 1
Toronto, June 12
Houston, September 19
Palo Alto, November 19
Montreal, November 28
Chicago, December 6
Sponsor: RBC
Member Roundtable
London
March 9
Sponsor: Chartis
Member Roundtable
Mumbai
June 15
Sponsor: Hindustan Unilever
Panel: Women’s Path to the
Corporate Boardroom
Palo Alto
April 18
Sponsor: Stanford Law School
Panel: It Gets Better—Breaking Down
Barriers to Advancement
San Francisco
June 28
Sponsor: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Member Roundtable
Bangalore
April 19
Sponsors: The Coca-Cola Company, IBM
Catalyst European Member
Meet & Greet
Amsterdam
July 3
Sponsor: Ernst & Young
Town Hall Forum: Getting Past Stuck
Houston
May 22
Sponsor: Baker Hughes Incorporated
Member Roundtable
Sydney
May 23
Sponsor: Macquarie Group Limited
Women in Leadership:
Paying it Forward
Dallas
May 24
Sponsor: AT&T Inc.
Member Roundtable
Calgary
June 12
Sponsor: Shell Canada Limited
Member Roundtable
Frankfurt
September 13
Sponsor: Ernst & Young
CDO Discussion, Getting Past Stuck
Dallas
September 13
Sponsor: Texas Instruments Incorporated
Member Roundtable
Calgary
September 20
Sponsor: Shell Canada Limited
Member Roundtable
Munich
Sept 25
Sponsor: Microsoft
Special Project Funding
Catalyst Europe Roadshow
London
September 25
Sponsor: Sodexo
Women in Leadership
Atlanta
November 29
Sponsor: AT&T Inc.
Member Roundtable
Bangalore
September 27
Sponsors: Infosys, MSD India
Alberta Executive Roundtable
Calgary
December 12
Sponsor: Husky Energy
Catalyst Connects
Bangalore
October 18
Sponsor: Infosys
How Everyone Wins
Atlanta
October 18
Sponsor: Thompson Hine LLP
Catalyst Europe Learning Hub
Paris
November 11
Sponsor: Accenture
Catalyst Europe Roadshow
Milan
November 14
Sponsor: Sodexo
Creating Champions of Change
Bangalore
November 16
Sponsor: Wipro
Research
2012 Catalyst Census: Fortune
500 Women Board Directors
Sponsor: Ernst & Young
2012 Catalyst Census: Fortune
500 Women Executive Officers
and Top Earners
Sponsor: Ernst & Young
Newsletter
Catalyst Europe CORE
Sponsor: Deutsche Bank AG
19
Catalyst Members
Catalyst Members
Global Research Partners
20
Chevron Corporation
Credit Suisse Group
Dell Inc.
Deloitte LLP
Deutsche Bank AG
Ernst & Young LLP
General Motors Company
Hewlett-Packard Company
IBM Corporation
McDonald’s Corporation
Sodexo
UPS
Research Partners
Bloomberg
BMO Financial Group
Desjardins Group
KeyBank
PPL Corporation
Global Supporters
AB Volvo
ABB
Accenture
AECOM Technology Corporation
AGCO Corporation
Agrium Inc.
Akzo Nobel N.V.
Alcoa Inc.
American International Group, Inc.
Aon Corporation
ARAMARK
Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
Bacardi Martini
Baker Hughes Incorporated
Barclays Capital Inc
Baxter International Inc.
BlackRock, Inc.
BP p.l.c.
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
Cardinal Health, Inc.
Carlson Companies, Inc.
CH2M HILL Companies Ltd.
Cigna
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Citigroup Inc.
The Coca-Cola Company
Cognizant Technology Solutions
The Dow Chemical Company
DuPont
ExxonMobil Corporation
FedEx Corporation
General Electric Company
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Grant Thornton LLP
Hess Corporation
Hilton Worldwide
HSBC Holdings plc
Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Interpublic Group
Johnson & Johnson
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
KPMG LLP US
Kraft Foods Inc.
Life Technologies Corporation
MasterCard Worldwide
Mattel, Inc.
MeadWestvaco Corporation
Medtronic, Inc.
Merck & Co., Inc.
Microsoft Corporation
Morgan Stanley
Nissan North America, Inc.
Northern Trust Corporation
PepsiCo, Inc.
Pfizer Inc
Philip Morris International
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
The Procter & Gamble Company
RBC
Rio Tinto
Roche Group
Royal DSM
S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
SAP AG
Schlumberger Limited
Sealed Air Corporation
Shell International B.V.
Siemens
Smiths Group plc
Standard Life Canada
State Street Corporation
Stryker
Target Corporation
TD Bank Group
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Thomson Reuters
The TJX Companies, Inc.
UBS AG
Unilever
Verizon Communications Inc.
Walmart
Zurich Insurance Company
Asia-Pacific Supporters
AMP Services Ltd
ANZ Corporation
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Herbert Smith Freehills
Macquarie Group Limited
QBE
Orica Limited
Telstra Corporation Limited
Wesfarmers Limited
The Westpac Group
Workplace Gender Equality Agency
Canada Supporters
Air Canada
BC Hydro
Bell Canada
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Bombardier
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Bruce Power LP
Canadian Institute of Chartered
Accountants
Canadian National Railway
Company
Capital Power Corporation
CIBC
ConocoPhillips Canada
The Empire Life Insurance Co.
Enbridge Inc.
Encana Corporation
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
Husky Energy Inc.
Catalyst Members
Insurance Corporation of British
Columbia
Linamar Corporation
Loblaw Companies
L’Oreal Canada
LoyaltyOne Inc.
Manulife Financial Corporation
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
National Bank of Canada
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Penn West Petroleum Ltd.
Public Sector Pension Investment
Board
Rogers Communications Inc.
Rotman School of Management
Scotiabank
Shaw Communications Inc.
Shoppers Drug Mart
Simon Fraser University
SNC-Lavalin
Sobeys Inc.
STM (Société de transport de
Montréal)
Sun Life Assurance Company of
Canada
Suncor Energy Inc.
Talisman Energy Inc.
TransAlta Corporation
TransCanada Corporation
WestJet Airlines Ltd.
WorleyParsons Canada Services Ltd.
AstraZeneca PLC
AXA
Banco Santander, S.A.
BBVA
Booz & Company
Carrefour
Caterpillar
Daimler AG
IMD international
INSEAD
Lafarge S.A.
Linklaters LLP
Manpower Europe
Merck KGaA
Novartis Corporation
Skanska AB
Swiss Reinsurance Company
Syngenta AG
Tetra Pak International S.A.
Vattenfall GmbH
White & Case LLP Europe
Europe Supporters
ACE INA
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
Aetna Inc.
Alaska Airlines Inc.
The Allstate Corporation
Adidas Group
Allianz
India Supporters
Genpact Limited
Infosys
Wipro Ltd.
United States Supporters
Ally Financial
American Express Company
Amgen Inc.
Ancestry.com Inc.
AOL Inc.
AT&T Inc.
Avaya Inc.
Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC
Avon Products, Inc.
Baker & McKenzie
Bank of America
The Bank of New York Mellon
Corporation
Bayer Corporation
BDO USA
Bechtel Corporation
Bentley University
Best Buy Co., Inc.
Bimbo Bakeries USA
Bingham McCutchen LLP
Boehringer Ingelheim
Pharmaceuticals
The Boeing Company
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Bridgestone Corporation (aka
Bridgestone Americas)
Bright Horizons Family Solutions,
Inc.
Brown-Forman Corporation
Bryan Cave LLP
C. R. Bard, Inc.
Caesars Entertainment, Inc.
Campbell Soup Company
Capital One Financial Corporation
Cargill, Incorporated
The Chubb Corporation
CINTAS Corporation
Citizens Financial Group, Inc.
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Comcast Corporation
Comerica Bank
ConAgra Foods, Inc.
Consolidated Edison, Inc.
Con-Way, Inc.
CoreLogic, Inc.
Costco Wholesale Corporation
Covidien
Cummins Inc.
CVS
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
DFW International Airport
DIRECTV
DLA Piper
Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.
DRAFTFCB
eBay Inc.
EMC Corporation
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company
Express Scripts, Inc.
Facebook
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Fannie Mae
First Niagara Financial Group
Fitchratings
Fluor Corporation
Frontier Communications
Corporation
Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P.
Gannett Co., Inc.
Gap Inc.
General Mills, Inc.
Georgia-Pacific Corporation
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Catalyst Members
Catalyst Members (continued)
22
Gibbons P.C.
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
GlaxoSmithKline
Goodwin Procter LLP
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Company
Google
H.J. Heinz Company
Halliburton Company
Harley-Davidson, Inc.
The Hartford Financial Services
Group, Inc.
HAVI Global Solutions
Hitachi Data Systems
Holme Roberts & Owen LLP
The Home Depot, Inc.
Humana Inc.
Iberdrola Group US
Illinois Tool Works
ING Groep
Intel Corporation
International Paper Company
Irell & Manella LLP
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.
Johnson Controls, Inc.
Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated
Juniper Networks, Inc.
Kaiser Permanente Foundation
Kellogg Company
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
The Kroger Co.
Libbey, Inc.
Lincoln Financial Group
Littler Mendelson, P.C.
Lockheed Martin
Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
LPL Investment Holdings Inc.
Macy’s, Inc.
Marathon Oil Corporation
Marriott International
Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
MassMutual Financial Group
The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
McKesson Corporation
McKinsey & Company
Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company
The MITRE Corporation
Monsanto Company
Moody’s Corporation
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Moss Adams LLP
Nationwide
The Nature Conservancy
Nestle USA
New York Life Insurance Company
Newmont Mining Corporation
News Corporation
NiSource
Norfolk Southern Corporation
Northrop Grumman Corporation
The Northwestern Mutual Life
Insurance Company
Office of the Comptroller of the
Currency
O’Melveny & Myers LLP
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
Panasonic Corporation of North
America
Paul Hastings LLP
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton &
Garrison LLP
Piedmont Healthcare
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
LLP
Pitney Bowes Inc.
The PNC Financial Services Group,
Inc.
PPG Industries, Inc.
Prudential Financial, Inc.
PVH Corp.
Raytheon Company
Republic Services, Inc.
Rice University
Rockwell Automation
Rockwell Collins, Inc.
RR Donnelley
Sabre Holdings Corporation
Saudi Amarco
Sears Holdings Corporation
Sidley Austin LLP
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher &
Flom LLP
Smith College
SNR Denton
Sony Electronics
Southern Company
Southwest Airlines Co.
Spectra Energy Corp
State Farm Companies
Studley Inc.
Sunoco, Inc.
Symantec Corporation
T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.
TEKsystems Inc
TEMPO Milwaukee
Teradata Corporation
Terex Corporation
Thompson Hine LLP
TIAA-CREF
Time Warner Inc.
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
The Travelers Companies, Inc.
Tyco International, Ltd.
UC Davis Graduate School of
Management
UCLA Anderson School of
Management
United Airlines
United Technologies Corporation
UnitedHealth Group Incorporated
University of Phoenix (Apollo)
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
The Vanguard Group, Inc.
Vinson & Elkins L.L.P.
Visa Inc.
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
Walgreens
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Wellington Management Company,
LLP
WellPoint
Wells Fargo & Company
The Wiley Group
WilmerHale
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Winston & Strawn
Women’s Foodservice Forum
Xerox Corporation
Yum! Brands, Inc.
Catalyst Board of Directors
Catalyst Board of Directors
CHAIR
James S. Turley
Chairman & CEO
Ernst & Young
SECRETARY
Maggie Wilderotter
Chairman & CEO
Frontier Communications
Corporation
TREASURER
Thomas Falk
Chairman & CEO
Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Lloyd C. Blankfein
Chairman & CEO
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
Ian M. Cook
Chairman, President & CEO
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Ellen J. Kullman
Chair & CEO
DuPont
Kendall J. Powell
Chairman & CEO
General Mills, Inc.
Mary B. Cranston, Esq.
Retired Senior Partner
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
LLP
Michel Landel
Group CEO
Sodexo
Stephen S. Rasmussen
Chief Executive Officer
Nationwide
Ilene H. Lang
President & CEO
Catalyst
Jim Skinner
Retired Chief Executive Officer
McDonald’s Corporation
David B. Dillon
Chairman & CEO
The Kroger Co.
Gerald Lema
Corporate Vice President and
President, Asia Pacific
Baxter International Inc.
Stephanie A. Streeter
Chief Executive Officer
Libbey, Inc.
Jamie Dimon
Chairman & CEO
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Robert A. McDonald
Chairman, President & CEO
The Procter & Gamble Company
William A. Downe
President & CEO
BMO Financial Group
Liam E. McGee
Chairman, President & CEO
The Hartford Financial Services
Group, Inc.
Michael S. Dell
Chairman & CEO
Dell Inc.
Joe Echevarria
Chief Executive Officer
Deloitte LLP
Mary Beth Hogan, Esq.
Partner
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
John Bryant
President & CEO
Kellogg Company
Jeffrey R. Immelt
Chairman & CEO
General Electric Company
Ursula M. Burns
Chairman & CEO
Xerox Corporation
Muhtar Kent
Chairman & CEO
The Coca-Cola Company
Denise Morrison
President & CEO
Campbell Soup Company
Joseph Neubauer
Chairman
ARAMARK
Indra K. Nooyi
Chairman & CEO
PepsiCo, Inc.
Richard K. Templeton
Chairman, President & CEO
Texas Instruments Incorporated
John B. Veihmeyer
Chairman & CEO
KPMG LLP
Peter Voser
Chief Executive Officer
Royal Dutch Shell plc
Richard E. Waugh
President & CEO
Scotiabank
Thomas J. Wilson
Chairman, President & CEO
Allstate Insurance Company
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Catalyst Board of Directors
Catalyst Board of Directors (continued)
Historic List of
Board Chairs
Thomas C. Mendenhall
(1962 – 1976)
President
Smith College
Donald V. Seibert
(1977 – 1980)
Chairman of the Board
J.C. Penney Company, Inc.
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Lewis H. Young
(1981 – 1984)
Editor-in-Chief
Business Week
Charles W. Parry
(1985 – 1986)
Chairman & CEO
Aluminum Company of America
Richard E. Heckert
(1987 – 1988)
Chairman & CEO
E.I. du Pont de Nemours &
Company
Reuben Mark
(1989 – 1990)
Chairman & CEO
Colgate-Palmolive Company
John H. Bryan
(1991 – 1995)
Chairman & CEO
Sara Lee Corporation
J. Michael Cook
(1996 – 1997)
Chairman & CEO
Deloitte & Touche LLP
John F. Smith, Jr.
(1998 – 2001)
Chairman & CEO
General Motors Corporation
Thomas J. Engibous
(2002 – 2005)
Chairman, President & CEO
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Charles O. Holliday, Jr.
(2006 – 2008)
Chairman & CEO
DuPont
Honorary Directors
Tony Comper
Retired President & CEO
BMO Financial Group
Michael J. Critelli
Retired Chairman & CEO
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Thomas J. Engibous
Retired Chairman & CEO
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Ann M. Fudge
Retired Chairman & CEO
Young & Rubicam Brands
Charles O. Holliday, Jr.
Retired Chairman & CEO
DuPont
Karen Katen
Retired Vice Chairman
Pfizer Inc
Reuben Mark
Retired Chairman & CEO
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Anne M. Mulcahy
Retired Chairman & CEO
Xerox Corporation
Barbara Paul Robinson, Esq.
Partner
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
G. Richard Wagoner, Jr.
Retired Chairman & CEO
General Motors Corporation
Catalyst Board of Advisors
Catalyst Board of Advisors
Chair
Teresa Finley
Corporate Controller
UPS
Vice Chair
Kathy Waller
Vice President and Controller
The Coca-Cola Company
DeAnne M. Aguirre
Senior Vice President
Booz & Company
Shahla Aly
Vice President, Sales and
Marketing IT
Microsoft Corporation
Rohini Anand
Senior Vice President and Global
Chief Diversity Officer
Sodexo
Cathleen Benko
Vice Chairman and Managing
Principal, Brand, Communications
& Corporate Citizenship
Deloitte LLP
David Boone
Executive Vice President, Head of
Strategic Card Programs
TD Bank N.A.
Margaret M. Foran
Chief Governance Officer, Vice
President and Corporate Secretary
Prudential Financial, Inc.
Rita Mitjans
Senior Vice President, Corporate
Marketing & Product Management
Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
Dottie Brienza
Chief Diversity Officer and
Executive Talent Leader
Merck
Emma Fox
Senior Vice President, Marketing
Walmart Canada
Judy D. Olian
Dean
UCLA Anderson School of
Management
Irene Chang Britt
President, Pepperidge Farm and
Senior Vice President, Global
Baking & Snacking
Campbell Soup Company
Benito Cachinero-Sanchez
Senior Vice President, Human
Resources
DuPont
Ann-Marie Campbell
President – Southern Division
The Home Depot, Inc.
Carlos Dominguez
Senior Vice President, Office of the
Chairman and CEO
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Gerri Elliott
Executive Vice President, Chief
Sales Officer
Juniper Networks, Inc.
Kathy H. Hannan
National Managing Partner,
Corporate Social Responsibility
and Diversity
KPMG LLP
Ilene H. Lang
President & CEO
Catalyst
Veronica S. Lewis
Partner
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Maureen A. McGuire
Chief Marketing Officer
Bloomberg L.P.
Christine Miller
Director, Creative Services
UCLA Communications & Public
Outreach
Kim Ann Mink
Business President, Elastomers,
Electrical and Telecommunications
The Dow Chemical Company
Mary Frances Pearson
Partner, Global Public Policy
Ernst & Young LLP
Robert Pease
President & CEO
Motiva Enterprises LLC
Patricia Salas Pineda
Group Vice President, National
Philanthropy and the Toyota
USA Foundation
Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
Janet Pines
Founding Partner
SPUR Partners, LLC
Karen Quintos
Senior Vice President and Chief
Marketing Officer
Dell Inc.
Debbie Roberts
Senior Vice President – Restaurant
Support Officer
McDonald’s Corporation
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Catalyst Board of Advisors
Catalyst Board of Advisors (continued)
Dino E. Robusto
President, Personal Lines & Claims
The Chubb Corporation
Historic List of
Board Chairs
Susan Silbermann
President, Vaccines
Pfizer Inc
Marilyn Laurie
(1986 – 1988)
Senior Vice President, Public
Relations
AT&T Communications
Bridget van Kralingen
Senior Vice President, Global
Business Services
IBM Corporation
26
Terri West
Senior Vice President and Manager,
Communications and Investor
Relations
Texas Instruments Incorporated
Cam Starrett
(1989 – 1991)
Senior Vice President, Human
Resources
Nestlé USA, Inc.
Ursula Fairbairn
(1992 – 1993)
Senior Vice President, Human
Resources
Union Pacific Corporation
Marcia Worthing
(1994 – 1997)
Senior Vice President, Human
Resources and Corporate Affairs
Avon Products, Inc.
Roberta Gutman
(1998 – 2000)
Executive Director
Motorola Foundation
Jill Kanin-Lovers
(2001 – 2003)
Senior Vice President, Human
Resources & Corporate Affairs
Avon Products, Inc.
Denise Morrison
(2004 – 2006)
President, Campbell USA
Campbell Soup Company
Jan Fields
(2007 – 2012)
President
McDonalds USA, LLC
Catalyst Canada Advisory Board
Catalyst Canada Advisory Board
Chair
Richard E. Waugh
CEO
Scotiabank
John E. Betts
President & CEO
McDonald’s Restaurants of
Canada Limited
Marc-André Blanchard
Chair & CEO
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Shelley Broader
President & CEO
Walmart Canada Corporation
George A. Cope
President & CEO
BCE and Bell Canada
Ana M. Dominguez
President & General Manager
S. C. Johnson and Son, Limited
William A. Downe
President & CEO
BMO Financial Group
Deborah Gillis
Chief Operating Officer
Catalyst
Linda S. Hasenfratz
CEO & Director
Linamar Corporation
Beth Horowitz
Director
HSBC Bank Canada
Glenn Ives
Chair
Deloitte LLP
Dean Johnson
President
Sodexo Canada
The Honourable John P.
Manley, P.C., O.C
President & CEO
Canadian Council of Chief
Executives
Bill Thomas
CEO & Senior Partner
KPMG LLP Canada
Lorraine Mitchelmore
President & Country Chair
Shell Canada Limited
Ellen J. Moore
President & CEO
Chubb Insurance Company of
Canada
Gordon M. Nixon
President & CEO
RBC
Alex Johnston
Executive Director
Catalyst
Linda Kuga Pikulin
Former President
PepsiCo Beverages Canada
Donna Soble Kaufman
Chair
Institute of Corporate Directors
Mandy Shapansky
President & CEO
Xerox Canada Ltd.
Ilene H. Lang
President & CEO
Catalyst
Bruce B. Simpson
Director
McKinsey & Company (Canada)
Monique F. Leroux
Chair of the Board, President
& CEO
Desjardins Group
Carol Stephenson
Dean
Richard Ivey School of Business
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Catalyst Europe & India Advisory Boards
Catalyst Europe Advisory Board
Catalyst India Advisory Board
Chair
Chair
Howard P. Lovell
CEO
Deloitte Switzerland
Patrick Arnegger
Director, Global Shared Services &
Finance Europe
Alcoa Europe
28
Tony Glassborow
Human Resources Director,
Northern Europe
Manpower EMEA
Eleanor Tabi Haller-Jorden
Senior Vice President, Global
Learning Strategies
Catalyst
Jacqueline Hinman
President, International Division
CH2M Hill
Peter Holicki
Global Vice President
Manufacturing Hydrocarbons
Dow Europe GmbH
Morten Huse
Professor
BI Norwegian Business School
Herminia Ibarra
Professor of Organizational
Behavior
INSEAD
Nia Joynson-Romanzina
Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion
Swiss Reinsurance Company
Lisa Kepinski
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
AXA
Valérie Landon
Managing Director, Head
Investment Banking, France,
Belgium and Luxembourg
Credit Suisse
T. K. Kurien
CEO, IT Business & Executive
Director
Wipro
Shanker Annaswamy
Managing Director
IBM India Private Limited
Terri Bresenham
President & CEO
GE Healthcare India
Ilene H. Lang
President & CEO
Catalyst
Manish Choudhary
Managing Director
Pitney Bowes India
Abbe Luersman
SVP Human Resources, Europe
Unilever
Shyamala Gopinath
Former Deputy Governor
Reserve Bank of India
Garmt Louw
EVP Talent & Development
Shell International B.V.
Eileen Taylor
Global Head of Diversity
Deutsche Bank
Joan L. Wales
Head of OB&C Safety and
Operational Risk
BP International
Arun Kumar Jain
Managing Director
Fluor Daniel India Private Limited
Pramit Jhaveri
Chief Executive Officer
Citi India
Shantanu Khosla
Managing Director & CEO
Procter & Gamble India
Ilene H. Lang
President & CEO
Catalyst
Sunil Nayak
Chief Executive Officer
Sodexo India On-site Services
Prabha Parameswaran
Managing Director
Colgate-Palmolive India
Udayan Sen
CEO & Managing Partner
Deloitte India
Atul Singh
President & CEO, India and
South West Asia Business Unit
The Coca-Cola Company
Want to know the secret ingredient to growing small business
to revitalizing economies to fostering prosperity to creating
opportunity to helping communities thrive to reducing poverty
to connecting neighbors to improving lives to strengthening
families to garnering hope to true sustainability?
Women.
The Coca-Cola Company believes Women are the Real Drivers of the 21st Century. Our global commitment
is to develop leaders in business and in communities across the more than 200 countries in which we operate.
We salute Alcoa and Unilever for their commitment to empowering women around the world–and we thank
our partners at Catalyst for leading the charge.
Alcoa. Advancing each generation.
This is our vision. To hand future generations a better product, a better process, a better workplace and a better world.
Success begins with our people, and fostering an inclusive culture that values their unique talents and perspectives.
Only then can we fully capture the opportunities ahead. Learn more at www.alcoa.com.
Advancing each generation.
2013 Award Winner
Simply having diversity is interesting.
Doing something with it is powerful.™
At RBC®, we recognize the power of diversity and inclusion to unleash the talents
and potential of all employees.
As a proud sponsor of the 2013 Catalyst Awards Dinner, we are honoured to join
Catalyst in celebrating the extraordinary champions of women in business.
Congratulations to the award winners. You inspire us all!
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Patricia Abril • Marcy Amble • Martha Ball • Debbie Ballard • Heidi Barker Sa Shekhem • Danitra Barnett • Antoinette Benoit • Karen Bishop • Monica Boyles • Laura Cain-Kozloff
Sarah Casanova • Phyllis Cheung • Bridget Coffing
Our GlObal Chris Cole • Wendy Cook • Yolanda Cook • Victoria Danko • Francesca Debiase • Myra May Doria
Lisa Emerson • Susan Forsell • Karen Garcia • Laurie Gilbert
Pat Harris • Denise Horne • Agnes Horvath
WOmen’s InItIatIve Cathy Griffin • Marion Gross • Vicki Guster-Hines • Shelly Hansen
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mind that mcdonald’s salutes the winners of the 2013 catalyst awards.
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We know that the best people are all kinds of people.
At Deutsche Bank, a diverse culture is not just desirable: it’s essential.
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tonight’s award winners.
Kraft is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. For information about employment opportunities
with Kraft, please visit www.kraftcareers.com
Empowerment. It’s the primary driver
behind UPS’s culture of success.
UPS is committed to creating an environment that fosters success
through programs that empower our diverse workforce. From our
longstanding policy of promotion from within and legacy of inclusion to our comprehensive training and self-development programs,
UPS encourages its employees to take charge of their careers.
UPS’s award-winning Women’s Leadership Development program
is just one example of how the company supports and embraces
the unique talents and strengths of UPS women. This leadership
and networking program allows women on the management team
to connect, collaborate, and develop new skills. Not only does it
embolden our future leaders, it also enriches our pipeline of talent.
Employee empowerment: a UPS priority that’s as important as
delivering packages.
ups.com
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UPS would like
to congratulate
the 2013 Catalyst
Award winners.
Diversity, Inclusion and
Opportunity –
The Ingredients of Success.
Ingredion Incorporated congratulates the
winners of the 2013 Catalyst Award.
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The Avis Budget Charitable Foundation congratulates
the 2013 Catalyst Award winners and is proud to
support all that empowers women in the workplace.
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the 2013 Catalyst Award winners.
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OUR PEOPLE ARE
AS DIVERSE AS OUR
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
As new energy challenges arise, women will continue
to play a significant role in our efforts toward a new
energy future. At Shell, we have a strong commitment
to inclusion, along with an appreciation for those who
keep these values front and center.
We salute Catalyst and thank them for leading the way
in motivating and inspiring women and corporations
around the world.
To learn more about employment opportunities at
Shell and to apply, visit www.shell.us/careers.
Let’s deliver better energy
solutions together.
An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
Lose your fear—and
find your voice.
Nationwide is a proud supporter of the
2013 Catalyst Awards Dinner. It’s part of our
commitment to saving, rebuilding and enriching
lives in the communities where our customers,
associates, agents and their families live and work.
When Shelley’s manager asked her to mentor a colleague,
he thought she’d offer a little advice—not change lives.
But Shelley doesn’t take responsibility lightly. She launched
an ambitious career development program that improves
her co-workers’ public speaking skills during weekly forums.
She also sponsors Breakfast with Business Leaders to expose
her team to company leaders. And the colleague who inspired
it all? She just won “Most Improved Employee.”
Go ahead.
Empowering courage: just one of the qualities
that make HP a unique place to work. And the
reason we’re the company where doing gets done.
What are you ready to do?
Explore our careers.
Read more amazing stories.
Join our revolution of doers.
hp.com/go/jobs
HP is honored to participate in the 2013 Catalyst
Awards Dinner and proud to support their mission
to advance women in the workplace. We also
want to recognize and congratulate the 2013
Catalyst Award Winners.
©Copyright 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The Hewlett-Packard
Company is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to workforce diversity.
Shelley,
Workforce Planning and
Operations Leader
Arkansas
Learn more: nationwide.com
Nationwide, the Nationwide framemark and On Your Side are service
marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. © 2013 Nationwide
Mutual Insurance Company. All rights reserved.
As a proud supporter of diversity,
Reason says:
there is much to do.
inclusion, and the advancement
Instinct says:
celebrate the
women who make
a difference.
of women in the workplace,
Kimberly-Clark proudly
congratulates the 2013
Catalyst Award winners.
On behalf of all Grant Thornton professionals,
we are proud to support Catalyst for its efforts to
advance women in the workplace. To see how we
help unlock the potential for growth for businesses
and organizations here at home and around the
world, visit GrantThornton.com/Growth.
Home of KLEENEX,® SCOTT,® HUGGIES,® KOTEX,®
DEPEND ® and other well-known brands
Grant Thornton refers to Grant Thornton LLP, the U.S. member firm of
Grant Thornton International Ltd.
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DuPont congratulates…
the 2013 winners of the Catalyst Award
We’re a big fan
of different.
At Target, we believe that the most
important part of our business is
our people. The diverse backgrounds,
ethnicities, experiences and lifestyles
are what makes work fun, interesting
and new. We attribute our success
to our Team Members, and the ideas
they bring to work every day. To learn
more about the diverse team at Target,
visit Target.com/diversity.
TOGETHER, WE CAN…
Nourish a growing population I Build a secure energy future I Make the world a safer place
The vision of DuPont is to be the world’s most dynamic science company, creating
sustainable solutions essential to a better, safer and healthier life for people everywhere.
Visit dupont.com/collaboratory to learn more about DuPont.
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DIRECTV is proud to support Catalyst and remains
dedicated to encouraging female leadership in the
workplace. directv.com/corporatecitizenship
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Congratulations to the 2013 Catalyst Award Winners!
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Congratulations to the
2013 Catalyst Award winners.
Ernst & Young and our Chairman and CEO Jim Turley,
Chair of Catalyst’s Board of Directors, applaud Alcoa Inc.,
The Coca-Cola Company and Unilever for their significant
contributions to women’s advancement in business leadership.
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We recognize that creating a diverse, inclusive and engaged
culture is a journey of discovery.
Congratulations to the 2013 Catalyst Award Winners
MORRISON & FOERSTER
PROUDLY SUPPORTS CATALYST
We congratulate the 2013 Award Winners: Alcoa Inc., The Coca-Cola Company, and Unilever.
We applaud Catalyst for more than 50 years of service to the advancement of women.
©2013 Morrison & Foerster LLP, mofo.com
The international symbol
for opportunity.
Women are a great natural resource for knowledge,
innovation, and leadership. They are an educated and
diverse source of talent who are transforming the world.
That’s why developing women leaders has remained a
focus for Deloitte over the past two decades.
SUCCESS
WORTH
CELEBRATING
www.deloitte.com/us/women
At The Hartford, we believe our people make the difference and
diversity enriches our lives. We congratulate the 2013 Catalyst
Award winners for their accomplishments in expanding
opportunities for women in business.
As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries.
Please see www.deloitte.com/us/about for a detailed description of the legal
structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Certain services may not be
available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting.
Copyright © 2013 Deloitte Development LLC. All rights reserved.
Member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
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You can bank on
our commitment.
The advancement of women in the
workplace is a guiding principle of Key,
and there’s no better example than our
own Beth Mooney, the first woman CEO
of a Top 20 U.S. bank.
We proudly support Catalyst and
congratulate the 2013 award winners
who recognize the business imperative
for diversity and inclusion.
©2013 KeyCorp. KeyBank is Member FDIC. ADL5991
Congratulations to the 2013 Catalyst Award Winners
Cummins has been committed to diversity for over
90 years, and we are proud to continue our support
of the excellent work of Catalyst.
PepsiCo is committed to diversity in everything we do.
Congratulations to the
2013 Catalyst Award Winners
Many Paths. One Goal.TM
Whatever your path, whatever your
stage of life, at Pfizer we share the same
goal—to make the world a healthier place.
PepsiCo is proud to support the
2013 Catalyst Award Dinner
We salute Catalyst for more than 5 decades of
expanding opportunities for women in business.
www.pepsico.com
Many Paths.
One Goal.TM
© 2013 PepsiCo, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This Ad contains valuable trademarks owned and used
by PepsiCo, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates to distinguish products of outstanding quality.
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Success has no limits.
BMO congratulates the 2013 Catalyst Award winners.
Thank you for your leadership in establishing workplaces where performance is the only predictor of success.
Registered trade-mark of Bank of Montreal, used under licence.
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IMPROVEMENT STARTS
AT HOME – YOURS
From your neighborhood to our boardroom, The Home Depot is proud to support
and embrace the advancement of professional women and diversity in the workplace.
Congratulations 2013 Catalyst Award Winners!
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©2013 Homer TLC, Inc. All rights reserved.
®
Leadership is not
gender specific
There is a place where people drive
success. Where every professional has
the opportunity to demonstrate their
strengths and achieve their goals.
It’s KPMG LLP. Where leadership is
not gender specific.
Congratulations to the 2013
Catalyst Award winners.
kpmgcareers.com
© 2013 KPMG LLP, a Delaware limited liability partnership and the U.S. member firm of the KPMG network of independent
member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. All rights reserved.
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WHAT IS THE SIGN OF A GOOD DECISION?
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®
It’s realizing life is a
balancing act.
As a professional woman, there are many responsibilities
that rest on your shoulders. Family. Career. Community.
Self. Deep down inside, you know that physical and
emotional health should be high on your priority list, but what about your financial well-being?
Preparing for the expected like retirement, or the unexpected like an illness or accident, may be
something that you set aside to look into later or haven’t even thought about yet. Make sure your
next decision is a good one.
To find out how we can help you take the next step,
contact a MassMutual financial professional today.
MassMutual congratulates the 2013 Catalyst Award Winners.
LIFE INSURANCE + RETIREMENT/401(K) PLAN SERVICES + DISABILITY INCOME INSURANCE
LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE + ANNUITIES
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and sales representatives. Insurance products are issued by MassMutual, Springfield, MA 01111, and its subsidiaries, C.M.
Life Insurance Company and MML Bay State Life Insurance Company, Enfield, CT 06082. CRN201406-161469
At Georgia-Pacific, we believe
real growth doesn’t
happen despite differences–it
Not just healthcare.
Merck is proud to support and share in Catalyst’s
commitment to encouraging and promoting women’s
achievements in business.
happens because of
them. That’s the true
value of diversity.
At Merck, we work hard to keep the world well.
How? By providing people all around the globe with
innovative prescription medicines, vaccines, and
consumer care and animal health products. We also
believe our responsibility includes making sure that
our products reach people who need them. We continue
on our journey to redefine ourselves to bring more hope
to more people around the world.
GeorgiaGeorgia-Pacific congratulates
the 2013 Catalyst Award winners.
See all we’re doing at merck.com.
©2013 Georgia-Pacific LLC. All Rights Reserved.
For information about getting Merck medicines and vaccines for free or at a discount, visit merckhelps.com or call 1-800-50-MERCK.
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Empowering Women Around the Globe to Live Better ...
20,000,000,000
100,000,000
1,000,000
Dollars Sourced through 2016 from Women-owned Businesses
for the United States alone. We will also Double Sourcing from
Female Suppliers in International Retail Markets.
Dollars from the Walmart Foundation in Grants and Philanthropy
to Power Programs and Initiativesfor Women’s Economic
Empowerment Around the World through 2016.
Women Empowered Globally through 2016 via Training
on Farms, in Factories, and for Female Entrepreneurs. Also,
Women trained in Retail and Workforce Programs to Gain
Skills, Advance their Education and Build Career Paths.
... is Smart Business.
Congratulations 2013 Catalyst Award Winners!
www.corporate.walmart.com/women
CATALYST
Congratulations
to this year’s
award-winning
role models.
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We congratulate the 2013 Catalyst
Award recipients. T. Rowe Price is proud
to support Catalyst’s mission to expand
opportunities for women in business.
Like you, we believe in building and
embracing a culture where women can
thrive and grow. Learn more about our
culture and values.
troweprice.com/careers
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Goldman Sachs
THE PERFECT SETTING
TO BUILD THE BEST.
is a proud supporter of the
2013 Catalyst Awards Dinner.
There is a special place where people gather to build technologies
that change the world. Some call it Silicon Valley. We call it home.
Juniper is committed to connecting everything and empowering
everyone, at work and in the community. juniper.net
© 2013 Goldman Sachs. All rights reserved.
DIVERSITY MATTERS
At Marsh & McLennan Companies, we value the individuality of each of our
colleagues. We believe that our different backgrounds and points of view make
us stronger as we pursue innovation and excellence in all of our businesses
globally. Our work environment benefits from diversity, and our clients do too.
To learn more about us and our diversity initiatives, visit mmc.com/diversity.
We proudly support Catalyst and congratulate the 2013 Catalyst Awards winners!
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Exceptional women. Exceptional leadership.
General Motors congratulates all of the 2013 Catalyst Award winners.
GM is proud to sponsor Catalyst and their commitment to advancing
women’s initiatives throughout the world. We send our thanks to tonight’s
winners and to the many women who lead our company every day.
Above from left: Mary Barra, GM Senior VP, Global Product Development; Alicia Boler-Davis, VP,
Global Quality and U.S. Customer Experience; Diana Tremblay, VP, GM North American Manufacturing;
Grace Lieblein, VP, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain.
gm.com/diversity
©2013 General Motors. All rights reserved.
Empowering Women
BP proudly supports Catalyst, an organization promoting leadership opportunities and career advancement for women in
business. We want to congratulate this year’s Catalyst Award recipients and thank all the women at BP for their exemplary
work throughout the year.
www.bp.com/us
Xylem salutes Catalyst and this year‘s award winners.
Learn more about careers at xyleminc.com/en-us/careers.
xyleminc.com
© 2013 Xylem Inc.
Congratulations to the
2013 Catalyst Award
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We all have distinct perspectives and individual talents that make each of us unique. Recognizing and
celebrating those differences is integral to Bank of America’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
From our boardrooms to our banking centers to our offices abroad, we continue to build powerful
alliances throughout our company and in the communities we serve. And our commitment to diversity
and inclusion has helped foster a rich, rewarding environment that offers each of our employees
unlimited opportunity.
bankofamerica.com
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Technology empowers
women worldwide.
Having the right tools brings endless possibilities
right to your fingertips. Technology can turn
the ideas of one woman into innovation that
changes the lives of people everywhere.
Learn more at dell.com/women
connect with catalyst
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Visit our website to find and comment on the latest Catalyst research, events,
programs, and interactive figures, as well as connect with others in the Community Directory.
facebook.com/catalystinc
“Like” Catalyst on Facebook to get the latest news about women in the
workplace and global diversity issues, engage in discussions with us and
other fans, and be the first to know about new Catalyst initiatives.
twitter.com/CatalystInc
Follow @CatalystInc to receive daily Tweets on news, research, and trends
related to women and work, diversity and inclusion, and work-life effectiveness
which enlighten, entertain, and educate.
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View our powerful and timely videos on women and business, including
previous Catalyst Award winner videos.
linkedin.com/groups?gid=2710104
Join this Catalyst group to participate in conversations pertinent to expanding
opportunities for women and business, and diversity and inclusion in general,
with others who are leaders in their industries.
Catalyzing
catalyst.org/zing
Check and comment on our blog, Catalyzing, which brings together many
voices and perspectives from across Catalyst and beyond.
I Am A Catalyst
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