Nielsen does diversity and inclusion right. For four consecutive years the consumer insights company has jumped up the ranks of DiversityInc's Top 50 List For Corporate Diversity, been honored by Fortune and Great Place to Work for Workplace Diversity and received top rankings on Diversity MBA's list of "Best Places for Women and Diverse Managers to Work." Nielsen has also received a perfect 100 on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index for five consecutive years. As an industry leader, Nielsen will also be honored at the inaugural Advancing Diversity Honors, being held during CES on January 10 at Caesars Palace. How did this track record come to be? In a recent conversation, Angela Talton, Nielsen's Chief Diversity Officer (pictured above), shares just how the organization infuses diversity and inclusion into everything it does.