NPD established our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Advisory Board to guide the company on our journey to become a more diverse organization. It highlights our corporate commitment to a more inclusive culture, while also providing ways for diverse voices to share concerns and light the way forward.

To foster a more inclusive work environment, NPD offers unconscious-bias training, and other company-wide training sessions. We’ve also sponsored listening circles, business resource groups, and special events highlighting diversity in the workplace – all with a focus on empowering employees of any race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation to know they are valued as fully engaged members of the NPD team.

 

DEI Advisory Board 

Our DEI Advisory Board represents a cross-section of communities across NPD, as well as different functions and levels of experience, to elevate and empower a broad range of voices and experiences.

Audrey Adnet
Head of Foodservice France
Paris, France

Steve Chang
Vice President, Financial Operations
Port Washington, NY, U.S.

Shaun Correa
President, Technology, Home & Entertainment – Canada
Toronto, Canada

Brianca German
Account Manager, Client Dev
Virtual, NC, U.S.


Lee Graham
Exec Dir, Public Relations
Virtual, WI, U.S.


Brian Koldyke
Consultant
Virtual, CO, U.S. 


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Todd Mick
Exec Dir, Client Development
Virtual, FL, U.S.


Travis M. Mitchell
Manager, Product Management
Port Washington, NY, U.S.


Melanie Obando
Portfolio Director
Port Washington, NY, U.S.


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Steven Ottenstein
Exec Director, Human Resources
Port Washington, NY, U.S.


Elizabeth Phillips
Vice President, Softlines Portfolio Initiatives
San Diego, CA, U.S.


Joanne Sackett
President, Softlines
Port Washington, NY, U.S.


Felipe Souza
Specialist, Operations
Athlone, Ireland


Jaimie Wallace
Executive Director
Rosemont, IL, U.S.


Celebrating Diversity at NPD All Year Long

Our NPD Insider intranet site keeps all of our employees in the know, with timely content covering the latest information affecting their work lives – including our ongoing DEI journey.

Employee-powered Business Resource Groups.

Business Resource Groups (BRGs) are voluntary employee groups that share the concerns of a common race, gender, national origin, or sexual orientation. All NPD employees are free to participate as members of the focus community or as allies. BRGs support career development, thought leadership, and community outreach. We have launched two BRGs – and more are on the way: The Black TABLE (Black/African Americans) and Somos NPD (Hispanic/Latinx).