At Experian, we believe diversity, equity and inclusion is essential in our purpose to creating a better tomorrow, together, by making positive change in the world and actively supporting efforts to close the financial wealth gap of underserved communities.
Developing products for customers and consumers which set a standard of equity and financial inclusion in all of the communities in which we operate is part of our DEI commitment.
Experian doesn't just encourage inclusion -- we celebrate it. It's what we call The Power of YOU. We are building a culture where everyone is comfortable bringing their whole self to work. A place where we not only respect our differences and values, but celebrate them in a positive and supportive environment.
Experian is committed to reaching 100 million additional consumers by 2025 via social innovation products and services. As a company, we are committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
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Our social innovation products have reached 20 million people since 2013, allowing for billions of credit opportunities in emerging markets, global financial education and financial inclusion for the unbanked. In the U.S. , Experian Boost is enabling US consumers to instantly improve their credit scores, potentially helping over 100 million people.
Our ERGs are company-supported networks set up and run by employees, for employees. These locally based groups are not only building and celebrating identity within Experian, but also furthering our continual focus on seeking to understand each other's diverse experiences.
Women in Experian, the very first Experian Resource Group, is a powerful community that spans business units and functions. With the mission of empowering our employees to achieve their highest potential, they host dynamic speaker events, establish important mentoring relationships, and drive support for women across the business.
MVP, the Military, Veterans & Patriots ERG is a source of inspiration and pride for all who have served in the Armed Forces here at Experian and those who support them. The group celebrates service with special ceremonies and functions, and promotes our ongoing commitment to hiring our heroes.
Karibu, the African-American ERG, seeks to increase awareness of a rich culture through special events celebrating history and heritage, as well as past and future leaders.
The Asian-American ERG is committed to cultural education, community service and empowerment of Asian American employees with a focus on cultures, families and communities.
Namaste, the Indian ERG, celebrates and raises awareness of the diverse culture of the Indian subcontinent. They aim to share their culture of food, entertainment and shared traditions with their worldwide team members at Experian.
Juntos, the Hispanic and Latino ERG, is creating a strong network that not only celebrates a vibrant cultural, but is providing education on the distinct and unique backgrounds within the Latino culture. Juntos also works to find ways to give back to the local community.
The goal behind Experian Pride Network is to enable LGBTQ+ employees to feel the support of our entire organization. It’s more than celebrating Pride month events at the workplace, but reinforcing the importance of our employees bringing their full selves to work.
Aspire, our newest ERG, is building a supportive community that addresses and advocates for those with physical challenges or mental health concerns. An important element of Aspire is to also support caregivers.
In the spirit of valuing each other and embracing our differences, Humans of Experian is a series that celebrates diversity through
the unique stories of our employees. Learn about your colleagues and hear their thoughts on inclusion and diversity.
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