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  • Asian American Women Leaders Hold the Power to Break Down Stereotypes, Finds Nielsen and AABDC Study

    Through Nielsen Cares and our Data for Good pro bono program, Nielsen collaborated with AABDC in spring 2019 on a qualitative study of Asian American women in leadership roles. We analyzed findings from guided interviews for trends, and Mariko Carpenter, VP, Strategic Community Alliances, and Idil Cakim, VP, Media Analytics, presented the findings at the AABDC’s Asian American Women Leadership Conference in New York at the Bank of America Tower on May 10.

  • Nielsen’s Pro Bono Trash Blindness Survey is a Foray into Environmental Skill-Based Volunteering

    We recently learned about an opportunity with the Let’s Do It Foundation, the team that initiated World Cleanup Day (WCD), to further the waste management cause. Using data—one of Nielsen’s strongest assets—we led a pro bono survey for the foundation to assess consumer perceptions about trash. Deemed a trash blindness survey, the objective was to learn how “blind” to trash global consumers are.