Our Male Allies If Black women are to advance in the workplace, they will need the assistance of their male allies—such as this outstanding group By Jackie Krentzman Black women recognize that they carry a burden of having to be twice as good as anyone else to get...

The Change is Here Extraordinary Black women are changing the face of Corporate America. Diversity Woman presents its inaugural Elite 100 Black Women leaders list. By Tanisha A. Sykes Black women are changing the game in Corporate America. They have high-ranking titles and the power to set strategy...

by Trudy Bourgeois   White women are the biggest beneficiaries of affirmative action, and they haven’t acknowledged it. Organizations have lulled themselves into thinking that they have made more progress on diversity than they actually have because they are not disaggregating the data showing that women of...

by Dr. Dnika J. Travis The idea that there aren’t enough women in the pipeline for tech jobs is a myth that hides structural barriers to advancement. “We have robust pipelines and opportunities to create more,” said Allyson Kapin, founder of Women Who Tech, in a 2019 Quartz article on...

Conversations with Catalyst: Katherine Giscombe, PhD A holistic approach to life can help women of color make decisions that will support both career growth and life goals. These days, creating a successful career path is fraught with challenges. Compared to even just a few years ago, workplaces...

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