Every year, Nielsen has the opportunity to reflect on the instrumental, increasing and evolving role Latinos play in the U.S. in our annually released Diverse Intelligence Series Hispanic Consumer reports. This year’s report provided us with a unique opportunity to also consider how Hispanics are going to impact the future of this great nation.Continue Reading
To give diverse businesses the tools they need to grow, the supplier diversity team has developed a slate of workshops that tap the expertise of Nielsen’s senior leaders across a variety of topics, including finance, sourcing and marketing.Continue Reading
Andrew McCaskill, Nielsen’s senior vice president of Communications and Multicultural Marketing, sat down with Cheryl Grace (nee Pearson-McNeil), one of the report’s authors to discuss highlights from Nielsen’s recent report, Young, Connected and Black: African-American Millennials Are Driving Social Change and Leading Digital Advancement.
Nielsen recently participated as a Platinum Sponsor of the Out for Undergrad (O4U) marketing conference hosted in Chicago. O4U is a national nonprofit whose mission is to help high-achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) undergraduate students reach their full potential.Continue Reading
John Burbank and Sneha Dontula recently spoke to Andrew Mccaskill about Nielsen’s Abled and Disabled Employees Partnering Together employee resource group.Continue Reading
October 19th marks Disability Mentoring Day (DMD). At Nielsen, we’re proud of our ongoing commitment to professional development for associates with disabilities and associates who are caregivers.Continue Reading
To commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month, we sat down with Monica Gil, SVP and General Manager, Multicultural Growth and Strategy, Nielsen, and Luis Miranda, co-chair of Nielsen’s Hispanic Latino Advisory Council, to discuss our recently released Diversity Intelligence Series Hispanic Consumer Report.
2016 has been an important year for diversity and inclusion at Nielsen, beginning with the appointment of Angela Talton as Nielsen’s Chief Diversity Officer. Today, we released our first Diversity & Inclusion Report, which provides a comprehensive look at the work done to date reflecting Nielsen’s investment in and commitment to global diversity.Continue Reading
Intermarriage, cohabitation, cultural openness, receptivity and proximity have transformed the face of America and will continue to do so in the years ahead. So what does this mean for brand marketers aiming for a better way to reach U.S. households in a changing U.S. with mixed races and ethnicities?Continue Reading
Nielsen recently held its first-ever Black Employee Forum in Atlanta, sponsored by Jamere Jackson, Nielsen’s Chief Financial Officer, and Angela Talton, Chief Diversity Officer. The event aimed to enrich our black employees’ connection to the Nielsen Employee Experience: Be Yourself, Make a Difference and Grow with Us.Continue Reading