Our Commitment to Equality

Taking action to create positive change

In the face of great challenges, we are more committed than ever before to creating positive change and rewriting tomorrow.

Fostering Diversity and Inclusion

Commitment to our Communities and Employees

  • Cash Donations

    We are committing $3 million for cash donations to organizations providing critical assistance to communities disproportionally impacted by the global health, economic, and social justice crises, including: the Equal Justice Initiative, the NAACP’s COVID-19 project, and World Central Kitchen’s Restaurants for the People program.

  • Triple-Matching Program

    We will amplify our philanthropic contributions by triple-matching employee donations to related community engagement and social justice organizations through the Nasdaq GoodWorks program.

  • Investing In Our Employees

    We will enhance our investments in our diversity and inclusion efforts across the global workforce, focusing initially on enhancing the company’s communication, training, development, professional advancement, and talent acquisition programs.

  • Disclose Diversity Metrics

    We pledge to disclose diversity metrics, specifically regarding gender and ethnicity, this year.

Making a Difference

    #TradeTalks: The newly announced Urban League Empowerment Center

    National Urban League President and CEO Marc Morial joins Jill Malandrino on TradeTalks to discuss the newly announced Urban League Empowerment Center and how it epitomizes the organization’s mission of economic empowerment in communities of color.

    Aug 31, 2020

    Amplifying Black Voices

    In honor of Juneteenth, Nasdaq debuted Amplifying Black Voices, a multimedia retrospective featuring works of art and photography documenting Black life. Displayed on the Nasdaq MarketSite tower in Times Square, the series will feature works from diverse artists of color, including Langston Allston, Mark Clennon, Jamiersen Green, Steven John Irby, Hailey Marie Losselyong, Avery “AJ” Munroe, Jose Polanco, Terrell Shedrick, and Mateo Zapata.