Katica Roy is an ambassador for intersectional gender equity in the workplace and beyond. She is a gender economist and the CEO and founder of Pipeline™, an award-winning SaaS platform that leverages artificial intelligence to identify and drive economic gains through intersectional gender equity. Pipeline™ launched the first intersectional gender equity app on Salesforce’s AppExchange.The Pipeline Platform™ was named one of TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2019 and Fast Company’s 2020 World’s Most Innovative Companies.
Melding her personal background with her professional expertise, Katica founded Pipeline™ using data science and technology to change the way companies view intersectional gender equity. A former programmer, user interface/user experience designer, and data analytics expert, Katica harnesses her unique combination of skills at Pipeline™ to bridge the intersectional gender equity gap, providing businesses a fresh perspective around gender bias in the workforce and the data and tactical roadmap to eliminate it.
Katica is driven by a passion to eradicate economic inequality and champions the rights of refugees, women, and children. She pours her knowledge and unique lens into several community and global initiatives, including as a former board member of Edge of Seven, Isabella Bird Community School, Book Trust, and University of Denver’s Colorado Women’s College and a current board member of the University of San Francisco’s Women in Leadership and Philanthropy, a member of the CU Leeds Women’s Council, and the Women’s Foundation of Colorado, as well as a 2018 Colorado Governors’ Fellow.
Katica is also an industry entrepreneur, thought-leader, and frequent editorial contributor and speaker. In 2017, Katica was named a Luminary by the Colorado Technology Association; in 2018, a finalist in the Denver Business Journal’s Outstanding Women in Business; and in 2019, a Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Business. Katica’s articles have been published by Fast Company, World Economic Forum, Forbes, Bloomberg, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, The Hill, The Advocate, Salesforce, and Morning Consult. In 2019, her articles garnered over 1 billion impressions.
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In addition to publishing articles on my blog, I frequently contribute bylines to the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg, Fast Company, and more.