Senior Vice President, Community Engagements
& Site Leader
"Nielsen's commitment to Diversity and Inclusion helps drive innovation and growth that makes our company stronger and financially more successful. We, therefore, invest in our diversity and inclusion efforts via internal and external advisory councils, our leadership team, Nielsen's supplier diversity program, Employee Resource Groups, and community engagements."
Amy Rettig is Senior Vice President, Community Engagements and a site leader at Nielsen's Global Technology and Innovation Center in Oldsmar, Florida - Nielsen's largest facility. Over her 23 year tenure at Nielsen, she's held positions in Training, Client Services, Communication, and Public Affairs.
After acquiring her BA in Communication from the University of Central Florida, Amy began her career as a Traveling Leadership Consultant for Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity working with colleges and universities across the U.S. She then worked as Director of Student Activities at Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, KY before joining Nielsen.
Community outreach and corporate social responsibility are not only big parts of Amy's job, but they are her passion. She is involved in many areas of the Tampa Bay community, including:
-American Heart Association's Circle of Red; Chairwoman for the 2016 Go Red for Women campaign; Executive Cabinet Member in 2017-2018
-Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County Board Member
-Pinellas Education Foundation Board Member
-University of South Florida Women in Leadership and Philanthropy
-St. Leo University Tapia School of Business Advisory Board
-UCF Nicholson School of Communication Board of Advisors
-University of Tampa Board of Fellows
-Upper Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
-AMIkids Pinellas Board Member
-Better Business Bureau of West Florida, Inc. Board of Directors
-Tampa Bay Partnership Leadership Council Member
She is also a proud member of Leadership Florida's Class 29.
Amy has lived in five counties in Central Florida since 1980 and currently resides in a 91-year-old St. Petersburg home with her husband and teenage daughter. She is an active member and lector at St. Paul's Catholic Church. When she is not working or volunteering, Amy enjoys travel, outdoor exercise, spending time with her extended family, wonderful friendships, and her Swiss heritage.