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  • Nielsen at SXSW 2022: The Native representation TV needs

    While moves have been made to increase representation and open narratives for Native Americans in media, the entertainment industry still has a ways to go. Creators of indigenous backgrounds are breaking through with stories told and inspired from their diverse perspectives with the aim to influence audiences of all backgrounds.  Nielsen’s panel on the representation…

  • Nielsen celebrates Black History Month 2022: collaboration, intersectionality and wellness

    Nielsen’s Black History Month 2022 was filled with collaboration, intersectionality and wellness. SABLE (Sustaining Active Black Leadership and Empowerment), Nielsen’s Black employee Business Resource Group (BRG), chose the theme of Black Health and Wellness for 2022. “With the pandemic, we focused on our mental health, taking care of ourselves and our overall wellness,” said Janay…

  • David Kenny renews LEAD Network CEO Pledge to increase women in leadership at Nielsen

    On International Women’s Day this year, Nielsen CEO David Kenny has renewed our company’s commitment to the LEAD (Leading Executives Advancing Diversity) Network CEO Pledge to reach 46% of women in senior leadership roles by 2024.  “Every decision we make to develop great products, grow our company and our people requires diverse voices to be…

  • Nielsen included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for the fourth consecutive year

    We’re proud to be included in the 2022 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), a modified market capitalization-weighted index that aims to track the performance of public companies committed to transparency in gender-data reporting, for the fourth consecutive year. The 2022 Index includes 418 global companies across 45 countries and regions. Member companies represent a variety of…

  • Nielsen launches NATIV business resource group for Native American, tribal and indigenous voices

    To celebrate Native American Heritage Month in the U.S. this November, Nielsen launched a new business resource group (BRG) for employees called Native American, Tribal and Indigenous Voices (NATIV), committed to increasing visibility and representation of native, tribal and indigenous people at Nielsen and across the entire media industry.  Charlene Polite Corley, VP, Diverse Insights…

  • Nielsen’s Latino Business Resource Group turns 15

    In 2021, Nielsen celebrated the 15th anniversary of Hispanic Organization of Leaders in Action (HOLA), the company’s first business resource group. HOLA launched in 2006 to empower Hispanic associates interested in creating a more inclusive work environment and to make an impact on Nielsen’s business. During Hispanic Heritage Month, Nielsen commemorated HOLA’s quinceañera (15 years)…

  • Nielsen drives equity for people with disabilities

    Did you know that about 15% of the world’s population, or 1 billion people worldwide, is living with a disability? Whether a disability is seen or unseen, living with a disability is the reality for millions. That’s why Nielsen made a commitment to bring awareness to disability inclusion, as part of the Valuable 500—500 global…

  • At Nielsen, we #choosetochallenge

    This is a pivotal moment. March marks a full year of living with the pandemic, which has, among many other things, threatened to roll back the progress our world has made toward closing the gender gap.  “Humankind is facing many challenges together, but it’s a chance to change our mindset to be more inclusive and…

  • Celebrating Black History in the Making

    We are committed to fostering a culture that is diverse, equitable and inclusive for our clients, our workforce and the audiences we measure. This Black History Month, we kept true to this commitment by not only celebrating Black history, but also Black history in the making, as today’s Black community remains disproportionately impacted by the…