HBR: The Men Who Mentor Women

Source: Harvard Business Review, Dec. 7, 2016 By Anna Marie Valerio and Katina Sawyer “While women make up 51.5% of all managers, much fewer women rise to the C-suite. A survey of 25,000 Harvard Business School graduates found that although male and female graduates had similar levels of ambition, men were significantly more …

State of America’s Fathers

  State of America’s Fathers reveals never-before-seen data in this first-ever comprehensive report on U.S. fatherhood. It takes an honest look at what it means to be a dad in the United States today, how it’s different than ever before, and the future of this fatherhood revolution.      

A message to men! Yes, you’re invited, too!

To the men that think they can’t attend an event with “women” in the title… Here’s a personal message from Colin Ryan. He currently serves on the  Vermont Commission on Women. “It’s a problem of language. When you put “Women” in the title, as men we assume that it’s not about …

How Society Pays When Women’s Work Is Unpaid

“In countries around the world, the ways in which men and women spend their time are unbalanced. Men spend more time working for money. Women do the bulk of the unpaid work — cooking, cleaning and child care. This unpaid work is essential for households and societies to function. But …

Catalyst Knowledge Center

A “Knowledge Center” filled with reports, infographics, recorded webinars, etc. relevant to the workplace diversity, corporate governance, men, sponsorship/mentoring, women in leadership, etc.

Gender Action Portal

With its Gender Action Portal, the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School provides scientific evidence—based on experiments in the field and in the laboratory—on the impact of policies, strategies and organizational practices aimed at closing gender gaps in the areas of economic opportunity, politics, health, and education …

Harvard Kennedy School Women and Public Policy Program

The Program is a research, policy and training center affiliated with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government that seeks to close gender gaps in economic opportunity, political participation, and health and education. It provides evidence-based insights on the role of gender in shaping economic, political and social opportunities, and identifies …