Creating a Better Tomorrow for Our Consumers, Clients and Communities
We often share at Experian that we want to be an organisation where people are free to be their true selves and have an equal chance to succeed, a place where everyone is celebrated for bringing their whole selves to work. When our colleagues thrive, they innovate, and contribute to the future of the business. Beyond strengthening our own processes in promoting DEI, we’re partnering with organisations such as Disability:IN, Code First Girls and the National Urban League to help underserved communities gain fair and equitable access to credit and financial resources.
Experian Earns the Top Score on the Disability Equality Index
We are especially proud of our most recent honor: Experian earned a score of 100 out of a possible 100 in the Disability Equality Index® (DEI). The DEI is the world’s most comprehensive benchmarking tool for the Fortune 1000 and Am Law 2001 to measure disability workplace inclusion against competitors. We were also a Top Scorer in 2021. Read more here.
Financial Resilience Center
We are partnering with the National Disability Institute to lead financial empowerment for people with disabilities by co-creating this credit resource within its financial resilience center. It is also available in Spanish here.
Meeting the Financial Needs of People with Disabilities
We led a robust conversation with partners from Disability:IN and the National Disability Institute to explore the topic of, and possible solutions for, financial inclusion for people with disabilities. This webinar focused on how financial service providers can empower this community to equally access financial opportunities. The event features Veronica Herrera, Director, Product Solutions & Credit Ambassador from Experian, Lisa Catino, 2021 NextGen Leaders Council Member & Alumnus, Disability:IN, and Thomas Foley, Executive Director, National Disability Institute.
Experian Observes International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Experian shares the story of colleague, software engineer Andy Willard. While Andy has been with Experian for 25 years, he didn’t share his deteriorating eyesight condition with managers at first.
Experian’s Roselyn M. Shares Her Experience with Disability Inclusion
Our colleague Roselyn M. shares her experience in the workplace and how our culture of inclusion celebrates teammates bringing their whole selves to work.