Sarah Kaplan's chapter in the 2017 book, Survive and Thrive: Winning Against Strategic Threats to Your Business, covers the challenge of gender diversity in organizations.
Rotman Management Magazine
2.5 million people are trafficked each year, nearly 80% of which are women and girls, with most engaged in the sex trade. The authors make four recommendations for global businesses to exercise leadership in the effort to eradicate human trafficking.
Sarah Kaplan quoted in the Waterloo Region Record on the importance of having the images of women on banknotes given the long history of excluding women from the economy
Sarah Kaplan and Rotman Alum Tanya van Biesen featured in MetroNews on the potential for quotas to achieve greater diversity on corporate boards
‘Diversity is our strength’: Americas Competitiveness Exchange highlights U of T Engineering leadership in diversity, robotics research
U of T Engineering News features Sarah Kaplan moderating a panel on women in STEM and entrepreneurship featuring Dean Cristina Amon, Stephenie Foster, Genevieve Tanguay and Trina Alexson at the sixth Americas Competitiveness Exchange
Sarah Kaplan is featured in the Irish Times talking about the importance of accountability for achieving gender equality (and not just offering implicit bias training)
The Huffington Post featured Sarah Kaplan in a discussion of Canada's gender wage gap
Sarah Kaplan and GATE guest speaker Andi Zeisler were featured in Liisbeth magazine talking about achieving a feminist economy
Harvard Business Review
Countries with tighter cultures have fewer women in leadership but can implement diversity policies (such as quotas, equal pay) more easily.