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  • Nielsen Volunteers Continue to Fight Hunger and Food Waste through the Global Pandemic

    Despite the challenging environment of 2020, Nielsen’s employees were not ready to pause when it came to mobilizing for our 10th annual Hunger Action Month. But even with the physical restrictions associated with the pandemic, our teams across Nielsen united to fight hunger in our communities from September to October by volunteering for more than…

  • 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.

  • Dedicated to Rebuilding our Communities through Disaster Relief

    We’ve forged a year-long collaboration with All Hands & Hearts – Smart Response (AHAH), a volunteer-driven disaster relief organization, to support employees looking to use dedicated volunteering time to support communities devastated by disasters.

  • Lessons in the Power of Data for Good and Pro Bono

    This week is Pro Bono Week, an annual initiative that celebrates and encourages professionals who use their skills and expertise to support nonprofits and advance social change. Andrea Bertels, Director, Global Responsibility & Sustainability, Nielsen, explains how Nielsen Cares our global employee volunteer program, is integral to Nielsen’s business strategy.

  • No Small Impact: NGID7 Activates Over 25,000 Global Nielsen Volunteers

    For Nielsen Global Impact Day 2018, on June 21, over 25,000 Nielsen associates—a record number of volunteers—across 91 countries volunteered in more than 1,450 events. Associates use NGID to give back to our communities in all kinds of ways: fighting hunger in food banks and farm fields, promoting inclusion through programs for the elderly and disabled, encouraging education in classrooms and afterschool programs, and participating in clean-ups to help restore our environment.

  • Annual Award Recognizes Nielsen Alumni for Community and Social Impact

    For the second year in a row, we’re recognizing alumni who go above and beyond to make exceptional contributions in their communities—particularly in the areas of hunger and nutrition, technology, education, diversity and inclusion, as well as sustainable business practices and environmental preservation—with the Nielsen Alumni Social Impact Award.

  • Nielsen Alumni Are Leaders of Community and Social Impact

    Giving back to local communities is an essential part of our culture at Nielsen. Inspired by their time at Nielsen, many of our employees continue to make impactful contributions to their communities even after leaving the company. We recently caught up with three Nielsen alumni to learn how their Nielsen experience influenced their personal development as leaders in the social impact space.