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Lamont Robinson is Nielsen’s Vice President of Supplier Diversity, based in Dallas, Texas. Lamont expanded Nielsen’s supplier diversity program and strategy in the U.S. He is currently working on scaling our efforts globally.Read More
Megan Belden is a Director for Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience, based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Megan has grown her career at Nielsen by being herself and extending her expertise to many areas of our business.Read More
Kate Vanek is our Senior Vice President of Finance, U.S. Media, based in New York City. Throughout her career, Kate has made many bold moves that have helped her grow both personally and professionally.Read More
Natasha Miller Williams is the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, based in Chicago, IL. Throughout her career at Nielsen, Natasha has worked with our leadership to ensure that our culture supports patience, humility, and most importantly, love.Read More
Luc Zio is a Principal Data Scientist based in our Global Technology and Innovation Center (GTIC) in Oldsmar, Fla. He also started Ouaganet, a grassroots non-profit that helps empower the local villagers in rural areas of Burkina Faso, a poor country in West Africa.Read More
Jessica Jenkins is an Operational Excellence lead for our Lead Markets, based in our Global Technology and Innovation Center (GTIC) in Oldsmar, FL. Jessica joined Nielsen’s Emerging Leaders Program in 2012 and has since been involved in projects that make an impact on our clients, and our local and global communities.Read More
Annette O’Malley is a Director of Technology, based in our Global Technology and Information Center (GTIC) in Oldsmar, Fla. She was originally part of IAG Research, a company that Nielsen acquired in 2008. Since she joined the team 11 years ago, Annette has taken on educational and development opportunities in the community in addition to her role at Nielsen.Read More
Cecilie Westh is based in Denmark and serves as the Market Leader for the Nordic countries. Cecilie also maintains a leadership role on Nielsen’s employee resource group, Women in Nielsen (WIN) in Europe, and has since led many global and local initiatives. Cecilie’s involvement in WIN has helped her develop as a leader. It has also given her the opportunity to network with many other Nielsen associates around the world.Read More
Jasmine Francis is a finance business partner for our Global Watch Operations team, based in New York City. Jasmine joined Nielsen’s Financial Leadership Program in 2009 and has since created a true work “family” while developing both personally and professionally in the organization.Read More
Jaclyn Richeson is the Program Manager for the Financial Leadership Program (FLP), based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jaclyn joined Nielsen’s Financial Leadership Program in 2010. After completing the program, she explored opportunities within our Corporate Audit staff and the Nielsen Security team, before coming full circle and leading the program that launched her career.Read More
Amanda Wolfe is a Client Services Manager, based in Chicago, Ill. Amanda began her career at Nielsen in 2009 as a membership representative and has been able to explore many areas of our business through her involvement in our Employee Resource Group, Hispanic Organization of Leaders in Action (HOLA).Read More
Deepika Hebbalalu is a Human Resources Emerging Leaders Associate, currently based in New York, N.Y. Since joining the program in 2016, Deepika has contributed to our Talent Acquisition and Analytics team, as well as to the integration of Gracenote, one of our largest acquisitions.Read More
Founded on the principles of integrity, honesty, fairness, respect and reliability, Nielsen is a place where you can be yourself, make a difference and grow.
Our associates represent the diverse consumers and markets that we measure. And, cultivating diversity and maintaining an inclusive work environment is crucial to our growth, strength and ability to innovate.
We create an environment where no individual is advantaged or disadvantaged because of their background. We offer equal opportunity employment regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability status, age, marital status, or protected veteran status.
With a strong commitment to maintaining a bias-free environment where harassment is prohibited, we respect cultural diversity and comply with the local laws of the countries in which we operate. We expect our business partners, suppliers, clients and all of our associates to uphold the same practices.
We’re proud to have been recognized for efforts in the area of diversity and inclusion from: