We’re helping people from racial and ethnic minority groups understand their finances and help improve their credit. We’ve reached more than 4.6 million people this year through this U.S.-based partnership. To reinforce this commitment, Experian North America CEO Craig Boundy joined the HOPE Global Board of Advisors in April 2021.
The year 2020 was a year many of us will never forget. As we continue to navigate this pandemic, Experian® has taken a stance to help those in need. In an effort to empower vulnerable consumers across the globe, especially those further marginalized by COVID-19, we launched United for Financial Health. This effort will help preserve housing through the Home Preservation Grant, support small businesses, and offer career and higher education development programs. Stay tuned as we continue to partner with some amazing nonprofit organizations to bring the United for Financial Health initiative to life across America. We’re just getting started.
“Experian is uniquely positioned to empower consumers to improve their financial lives, gain access to credit, safeguard their identity, save money and improve their financial knowledge. Everyone deserves access to essential financial health resources. Through our United for Financial Health program, we are able to Create a Better Tomorrow for all by using our resources to get information to those who might not know this help exists.”
Carol U. (She/Her)
Director, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability