Former Nielsen exec Cheryl Grace strives to be the mentor she wished she had
A former senior vice president for Nielsen IQ rebrands herself to mentor and empower other women.
In high school, Cheryl Grace spent a lot of time in the principal’s office.
“Not because I was in trouble,” she said, “I was always the head of some club, and I needed the principal to be on our agenda and to come out and greet the committees.”
She spent so much time there that she became well acquainted with the principal’s secretary. “She told me I would be great at public relations.”
Unsure of what that meant, Grace went home and researched the profession.
As head of several committees, i...