Experian® initiated a partnership with the National Urban League (NUL) as a lead sponsor for their first virtual conference. We staffed their Career Fair booth and Expo booth to meet conference members and share more education and advocacy material on consumer and small business credit. NUL will be a key partner for us to advance representation of Black talent across all levels of our organization.
Experian is committed to close the wealth gap in data careers. Since 2018, Experian has identified great talent through our attendance at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, an event that attracts participants worldwide. We’re also a Gold Sponsor of Women in Data, a global nonprofit with the same commitment to women in tech.
Experian leaders have held board membership positions and had first-hand responsibility in shaping and driving NAAAP’s vision. Our sponsorship and active participation strongly support NAAAP’s mission to cultivate and empower Asian & Pacific Islander leaders through leadership development, professional networking and community service.
As a key sponsor for the 2021 LatinX IncluXion Summit, we proudly hosted the Career and Small Business Power Hour. During this first-ever DEI summit focused on workforce, workplace and marketplace, Experian Hispanic-Latino leaders led roundtable discussions focused on career opportunities, career development and small business best practices.
Experian partners with Out & Equal’s Workplace Summit — the world’s largest LGBTQ+ focused conference. More than 5,000 executives, employee resource group members, HR employees and diversity leaders convene at this annual event. We continue to grow our relationship with Out & Equal, including our participation in their development programs for our LGBTQ+ leaders.
Experian’s commitment to building a strong Black tech community is furthered by our partnership with AfroTech. Since 2019, Experian has prioritized attendance at AfroTech World, one of the largest U.S. multicultural tech conferences that brings together a wealth of cross-industry talent to exchange ideas while empowering Black engineers and technologists.