For far too long, conversations about gender have been one-sided—primarily reflecting the perspectives of women. To be full partners with women in achieving gender equality, men need a space to consider what gender means in their own lives and the role they can play as advocates for change at work and beyond. This is what the MARC Blog is all about. What does it mean to be a man at work and in society? Does male privilege hurt men? What can men to do to change the workplace so that men and women have equal opportunities for advancement? MARC Bloggers will be taking on these key issues.

Who are the MARC bloggers? They include Amitabh KumarBill ProudmanGraeme RussellLars Einar EngströmMartin DavidsonMichael KimmelMichael Welp, and Noah Prince, with occasional contributions by Frank McCloskey and an array of guest writers.

Welcome to the MARC Blog

Conversations about gender are frequently one-sided and tend to focus on women’s perspectives. But in order to work more effectively with women to achieve gender equality, men can benefit from an online community that focuses on men’s perspectives where they can consider what gender means in their lives and how to advocate for change at work and beyond. This is what the MARC blog is all about. 

What does it mean to be a man at work and in society? Does male privilege hurt men too? What can men to do to change the workplace so that women and men have equal opportunities for advancement? MARC bloggers tackle hot topics like these—and more. But we also want to hear from you about the key issues you’d like us to address. What questions have you been asking yourself? What questions do you wish you could ask your women colleagues—without looking either clueless or sexist? 
 
The MARC blog is a resource for men seeking to strengthen their professional relationships with women and improve the workplace for everyone. Let us know if you have questions that need answers or topics that should be addressed—we’re happy to take them on! 

We’re also happy to pose your questions—anonymously, if you prefer—to an appropriate member of our growing panel of experts. Contact us for more details.
 
We look forward to hearing from you.

Latest Posts

Let's work on living the answers. 

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Posted by MARC Catalyst on May 28, 2015 1:07 PM EDT
Creating change from the top.
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Posted by MARC Catalyst on May 22, 2015 11:06 AM EDT
Making Diversity a Priority 

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Posted by MARC Catalyst on May 15, 2015 11:03 AM EDT

What does "feminist" really mean?

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Posted by MARC Catalyst on May 12, 2015 12:20 PM EDT
Lack of Diversity Stifles Innovation 
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Posted by MARC Catalyst on May 7, 2015 11:03 AM EDT
Connecting workplace equality to Sexual Assault Awareness Month 

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Posted by MARC Catalyst on May 5, 2015 1:27 PM EDT
Even the small steps pay dividends.


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Posted by MARC Catalyst on Apr 30, 2015 11:56 AM EDT
Starting with the basics isn't a bad thing.

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Posted by MARC Catalyst on Apr 28, 2015 4:21 PM EDT
Rethinking what family means
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Posted by MARC Catalyst on Apr 22, 2015 9:31 AM EDT

What impact does it have?

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Posted by MARC Catalyst on Apr 17, 2015 2:47 PM EDT
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