Liz Roman Gallese is an award-winning Internet publisher, author, and journalist. Recently, she served as Vice President & Publisher of Catalyst, a global nonprofit committed to women’s advancement in management and the professions, where she led the design and development of a new website and subsequent enhancements. These include an online documentary, Timeline: Explore the 50 years of Catalyst, of the organization’s 50-year history in text, photography, audio, and visuals set against the backdrop of the modern American women’s movement. ForbesWoman named the site to its roster of the Top 100 Websites for Women, among the “most dynamic, inspiring and helpful” for its “compelling content” and “outstanding design.”
Ms. Gallese has worked as a staff reporter and special writer for The Wall Street Journal and as a U.S. correspondent for Bloomberg News, and has written for leading consumer and business magazines. Her Internet work includes creating the Entrepreneur’s Byline for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and serving as vice president, news and information, for Individual.com, an online business-and-financial-news company, where she pioneered its signature PageCast™ anchored news reports.
Ms. Gallese is the author of Women Like Us, a look at the first class at the Harvard Business School to be 10 percent female. She has held adjunct appointments at Harvard University Extension and Emmanuel College. She received a B.A. in English from Skidmore College, an M.S. in Journalism from Boston University, and is a member of The American Society of Authors and Journalists (ASJA) and The Authors Guild.