Honoring Black History Month

At Nasdaq, we celebrate our diversity, always striving to advance inclusive prosperity and growth for all. This month, we amplify diverse and powerful Black voices in our global community.

Paving the Way

Recognizing Historical Entrepreneurs who worked toward a better tomorrow

  • American surgeon and medical researcher

    Charles Drew was an American surgeon and medical researcher. He researched blood transfusions, developed improved techniques for blood storage, and applied his expert knowledge to developing large-scale blood banks early in World War II.
    Charles Drew

Spotlight on GLOBE

In honor of Black History Month, we highlight members of Nasdaq's employee resource group GLOBE (Global Link of Black Employees), which brings together employees who have an affinity or interest in Black, African, African-American and West Indian culture. Through these stories, learn about their diverse backgrounds, roles and what it means to be an ally of this community.

My GLOBE goal for this year is to drive as much positive change and impact as possible, representative of our mission as a group.
Craig Byll, Senior Sales Analyst, Investment Intelligence, Nasdaq

Read about Craig Byll's Drive for Positive Change

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Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging

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Amplifying Black Voices

Nasdaq is proud to celebrate Black History Month by continuing its digital series, Amplifying Black Voices, a multimedia retrospective featuring works of art and photography documenting black life. 

World Reimagined Podcast

Franklin Leonard and a New Era of Innovation in Hollywood

In this episode, Gautam Mukunda is joined by the Founder and CEO of the Black List, Franklin Leonard, to discover what can be learned from his experience taking big risks in the film industry, which can lead to losses but also to monumental pay-offs.

Feb 01, 2021

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Nasdaq's call to build a more inclusive economy has never been stronger, nor more urgent than it is today.

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