Telling the Experian story

We’re incredibly proud of our culture of belonging. The diversity of our workplace helps drive innovation and sets a standard for equity in our communities.

Dedicated to equality

Our people are central to our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We hire talented individuals from diverse backgrounds so our workplace truly reflects the communities we serve. At Experian®, this is how we define diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging:

Diversity

Is a large part of our identities. It’s our intersectionality including under-represented populations, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, language, (dis)ability, age, religious commitment or political perspective.

Equity

Is promoting justice, impartiality and fairness within the procedures, processes and distribution of resources by institutions or systems. (Source)

Inclusion

Is an outcome to ensure those that self-identify as diverse actually feel and/or are welcomed. Inclusion outcomes are met when you, your institution and your programs are truly inviting to all. (Source)

Belonging

Is a sense of fitting in or feeling like you’re an important member of a group where you can achieve your professional goals and your voice is heard.

Our diversity, equity and inclusion framework

A commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is woven into the fabric of our organization. This mission touches every part of our business, from the way we develop our workplace culture to our efforts to provide financial education and resources in our communities.

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People

We work to hire, develop and promote diverse talent at all stages of their career. Our executives and managers help employees celebrate and express their unique identities through workplace engagement opportunities, professional development and community outreach. Each of our senior leaders sets goals to ensure ongoing progress.

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Communities

Through financial education and collaboration with partner organizations, we work to provide greater economic opportunity, helping reduce the global wealth gap within underserved communities and the financially vulnerable. Teammates volunteer their time as Credit Education Ambassadors within their local communities to help consumers improve their credit profiles.

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Clients

We deliver products and services to help over 100 million individuals better manage their finances. We also use our tech expertise to remove bias and discrimination in machine learning systems, pioneering technology for greater financial equity. We have a focused umbrella of products and services dedicated to helping clients improve their diversity and inclusion efforts called Inclusion Forward — Experian Empowering Opportunities™.

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Humans of Experian

Leeza Martinez, an Experian employee posing with an Asian Pride cutout

“Experian goes out of its way to ensure that every single employee has a sense of belonging … to allowing us the freedom to include our preferred pronouns so that trans and nonbinary employees also feel welcome and celebrated.”

Leeza M. (She/Her)
Client Services Sr. Tech Analyst

Jennifer Schulz

“I am deeply committed to fostering a place where all employees feel they belong and leading the global charge for gender equity. Living in Southern California, I appreciate the diversity of our community and am proud to be a part of reflecting that here at Experian. We are passionately dedicated to creating a better tomorrow for everyone — our employees, our customers and our partners.”

Jennifer S. (She/Her)
Group President, Health, Experian Data Quality, Automotive, Targeting, and Shared Marketing

 

Alfred Raman, an Experian employee volunteering by picking up trash

“I think especially considering the pandemic, Experian has really taken on a culture of looking after employees, whether it comes to making space for parents on navigating Zoom preschool while developing new product features to checking in a couple of minutes prior to having team meetings. Experian’s culture is setting itself up to be more inclusive with the diversifying workplace environment.”

Alfred R. (He/Him)
Senior Programmer

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