The Power of YOU

We don't just encourage inclusion, we celebrate it. Our Power of YOU Council fosters a companywide culture of belonging for all employees.

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Connecting our employees

Since its launch in 2017, the Power of YOU movement has become a foundational, recognized part of Experian’s culture. Belonging is central to this movement because everyone is an important member of our organization, and we value the unique contributions each person brings to the table, including their talents, identity and passion. Here, everyone belongs.

Experian employees posing for the camera at a Karibu event, Experian's African-American employee resource group

Employee resource groups

Employee resource groups (ERGs) support and affirm the unique experiences and identities of our employees. ERGs provide opportunities to observe, learn, participate and celebrate each other’s backgrounds and give back in numerous ways.

Experian employees talking with a female amputee around a white, circular table

External diversity partnerships

We collaborate with community organizations to enhance our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. We’ve partnered with Disability:IN, the leading nonprofit resource for business disability inclusion worldwide, and have teamed up with Black Girl Ventures and the NAACP Empowerment Program to provide financial education and homeownership assistance in marginalized communities.

A group of diverse Experian employees posing for the camera at an event


We focus on attracting diverse talent and invest in their success. We actively work on improving representation at all levels by identifying high-performing talent with diverse backgrounds and focusing development through leadership programs like Explorations into Leadership, Experian Business Network and CEO Forum. These programs provide direct experience and learning opportunities to help advance your career with us.

A diverse group of leaders at Experian at a diversity training seminar

Talent development and advancement

Investing in our people is key to our success. Our Accelerated Development Program, designed to support talented women in mid- and lower-tier positions, saw great success, with 44% of participants earning promotions after the program.

Humans of Experian

Meet the people of Experian®. We’re honored to work with so many extraordinary individuals who strengthen our culture and make our business better. Here are a few:

“My son was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy when he was two. He’s now 11 and doing better than anticipated. The doctors credited our family for doing everything we were supposed to be doing with him, and I credit Experian for the outpouring of support so my son could receive the treatment he needed.”

Luci N. (She/Her)
Senior Event Manager

"It feels good to have your boss supportive of who you are. It feels empowering to know that the organization wants you to show up as everything that you can bring to the table. And it's relaxing to know that you're safe and that you can be who you are, and that your opportunities are going to be there."

Michele B. (She/Her)
President, Experian Mortgage, Employer Services
and Verification Solutions

“I decided to sponsor the Asian American ERG because of my personal experience as an immigrant to the U.S. A company is only as strong as its people, and Experian has discovered how to leverage that diversity as an asset.”

Jimmy C. (He/Him)
SVP of Total Quality Management

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