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Up the ranks: Nicolina Marzicola joins Nielsen as Chief People Officer

Up the ranks: Nicolina Marzicola joins Nielsen as Chief People Officer

Marzicola will lead Nielsen’s global HR function, covering talent acquisition, L&D, HR operations and reporting, and more.

Data & analytics firm Nielsen has welcomed Nicolina Marzicola as its new Global Chief People Officer, effective February 2024.

In her new role, Marzicola will lead Nielsen’s global HR function, and will oversee talent initiatives that engage employees, connect back to strategic priorities, and ultimately drive company growth. This is inclusive of talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, learning & development, HR operations and reporting, as well as Nielsen’s core HR business support function.

The leader will report to Nielsen’s CEO, Karthik Rao.

Commenting on her new role, Marzicola expressed: “I’m delighted to join Nielsen as the Chief People Officer in this new era of transformation and growth for the company. I look forward to working with Karthik and the entire leadership team to continue cultivating Nielsen’s culture and uniting our global employees around our ambitious goals.”

Rao added: “Nicolina will play a crucial role in our ability to operate with greater agility by transforming where and how Nielsen works.

"I’m confident that her years of human resources experience will instill in our organization a shared sense of purpose as we drive toward our bold vision for the future.”

As she joins Nielsen, Marzicola brings decades of vast knowledge and experience in helping global organisations navigate complex business transformations. Most recently, she led broad people and talent management strategies at HP Inc.

Lead image / Nicolina Marzicola's LinkedIn

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