Catalyst Raises Record $21 Million Toward $25 Million Campaign Goal to Build Workplaces That Work for Women


New York, New York—Catalyst, the global expert in accelerating progress for women through workplace inclusion, has raised an organization-record $21 million toward its $25 million Now Is the Moment—Be a Catalyst campaign goal. The funds raised through this effort will support extensive research and programming to help Catalyst and its Supporters advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

The campaign theme Now Is the Moment—Be a Catalyst reflects the urgency of this moment to act—to achieve bold, tangible progress toward advancing women in the workplace, to close the gender pay gap, to help men advocate real change for women in the workplace, to lead for equity and inclusion, and to champion board diversity.

Now Is the Moment campaign co-chairs—Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla; Lockheed Martin Chairman, President, and CEO Marillyn Hewson; Bank of America Chairman & CEO Brian Moynihan; Chevron Chairman of the Board and CEO Mike Wirth—represent organizations that have committed $2.5 million and above to the campaign, totaling $15 million to invest in Catalyst initiatives including MARC (Men Advocating Real Change), Women and the Future of Work, Advancing Women, and Lead for Equity and Inclusion.