This virtual event series will engage and connect Employee Resource Group team leaders across companies, industries, functions, and regions.
Participants will gain new ideas and practices on inclusion and will have the opportunity to:
Attendees who participate in each event in real time or on demand will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the four-part series in November.
Tickets include access for all four events! A limited number of all-access packages is available exclusively to Catalyst Supporters in bundles of 15, 30, and 50 tickets. Ticket packages include on-demand access to event content for one month following the event. Tickets are non-transferable. Review this step-by-step guide on how to register for the event series.
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Senior Associate, Advisory Services Information Center
Senior Director, Advisory Services
Charlie joined Catalyst in 2019 as a librarian in the Information Center where he answered complex custom research questions and created knowledge products on a range of DEI-related topics. In 2022, he joined the Advisory Services team where he manages Speaking Engagements and works on programming and strategy projects with Supporters. Prior to joining Catalyst he worked in academic and public libraries in both research and instruction roles. He holds an MLIS from Simmons College and a BA in International Studies from Virginia Tech.
Sarah Dinolfo holds more than 15 years of experience conducting organizational research and helping companies and firms identify strategic priorities, goals, and solutions that help them build more inclusive workplaces. Sarah’s in-depth areas of interest and expertise include: mentoring and sponsorship; employee resource groups; talent management; engaging men as inclusion champions; and qualitative data analyses. During her tenure at Catalyst, she has authored and co-authored several research publications and practical tools, including Anatomy of Change: How Inclusive Cultures Evolve; High Potentials in the Pipeline: Leaders Pay it Forward; Making Mentoring Work; and Sponsoring Women to Success.
Outside of Catalyst, Sarah worked as Assistant Director at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the Archer Center for Student Leadership Development. In this role, she taught credited coursework on professional development and advised women’s STEM groups, including the cross-institute Women’s Mentoring Program. She also Directed the Professional Leadership Development program, which exposes high-performing student talent to real-time organizational lessons and speakers (e.g., GE, Regeneron, Deloitte, Johnson & Johnson, Corning, Vapotherm, IBM, and others).
Sarah received her MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and graduated with a BA in Psychology with a minor in Business from the State University of New York, Geneseo.
Managing Director, Talent - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Director of DEI, Global Employee Engagement
With more than twenty years of experience as a Talent Leader, Linda Bohnert brings deep subject matter expertise in the area of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Linda is instrumental in developing Deloitte’s DEI strategy and executing key priorities. In addition, Linda leads the Inclusion & Belonging pillar focused on strengthening an inclusive culture of allyship, authenticity, and advocacy.
Throughout Linda’s career, she has led cultural transformation, driven innovation in the DEI space, and developed award-winning practices. She has spearheaded initiatives across the DEI spectrum—pioneered talent analytic efforts that transformed Deloitte’s approach to transparency, designed leadership development and awareness sessions, re-engineered Inclusion Councils and launched the National and Hub Community structure, led supplier diversity efforts, and managed strategic marketplace relationships. Linda’s breadth and depth of DEI experience and knowledge, combined with her innovative mindset, analytical approach, and strong interpersonal skills has led to a reputation for delivering valued ideas and as a trusted advisor.
Ceah Justice is an uncompromising advocate for social change. She is a DEI executive committed to challenging, changing and shaping the mindset of others to create a culture of intentional inclusionist. She is an authentic, high energy, inspirational leader with a passion for driving business to the next level through innovation, empowerment, development, and accountability. Ceah currently works for Raytheon Technologies as Director of DEI, Global Employee Engagement reporting directly to the Chief Diversity Officer. There she is responsible for elevating the employee experience through the company’s Employee Resource Groups. Inspired by her personal experiences, Ceah Justice has dedicated herself to challenging the mindset of others so that we may create an environment where inclusion and equity are intentional.
Prior to joining Raytheon Technologies, Ceah spent most of her career moving through the executive ranks of Xerox & Xerox Canada, APAC, Keyscan Inc. and T-Mobile. She has dedicated her career to creating change in the workplace and has spent majority of her time leading various ERG groups and helping organizations align DEI practices with business priorities to drive sustainable change.
She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina (BA-Communications), University of Arizona (BA and MA-Organizational Leadership/Management) and served in the United States Army. She has over 25 years of leadership & development experience, strategic people centric initiatives, program design, DEI strategy & engagement, and fostering D&I environments.
Ceah is a DEI Champion outside of the workplace, mentoring women across the globe, serving as a board member and faculty advisor to Ignite Worldwide and the Executive Institute on Inclusion. She is a certified executive leadership coach (The Be You Coach) and founder of Sister Tribe Vibes, a women empowerment platform where her goal is to help women find their voice, step into their power, and create change in themselves and those around them.
As a public speaker, she raises awareness of pressing societal issues, encourages people to take personal responsibility for their own lives, and motivates them to develop creative solutions focused on people. The heart of Ceah’s work centers around creating transformative environments where people feel safe to use their voices and walk in their fullest potential and authenticity.
Head, Global Advisory Services, Catalyst