At Experian, we have no tolerance for racism. The racial injustice the Black community has been subjected to for centuries must end. We are listening, learning and standing united with the Black community as well as all our colleagues to create a better tomorrow.
We launched the HOPE Financial Wellness Index with Operation HOPE to help identify communities in most need of financial education and develop programming to help them build the futures they want.
Experian has launched the global United for Financial Health project to empower people to improve their financial health through education and action. Our partnerships with non-profit organizations across the globe to deliver tools and resources to help underserved communities:
We speak to John D. Marshall about increasing Black talent, reducing unconscious bias and more.
In this #DataTalk, we chat with Serena King, Software Engineer at Altair, about the importance of diversity in the STEM field, ways companies can create an inclusive environment for employees, and what it is like being a Black woman in a predominantly white field.
In this #DataTalk, we chat with Sherrell Dorsey about her love of data, technology and passion for improving inclusion and diversity in tech.
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