Abigail Brigham is a Digital Marketing Specialist at Experian Data Quality. She focuses on SEO, digital development, and is responsible for growing digital properties across the board. Outside of work, you can find her lifting weights at CrossFit or searing a steak in her cast iron pan.
Pride is celebrated across the United States, and across the world, for the entire month of June. Here at Experian, we celebrate diversity and inclusion 365 days a year. Our promise to diversity and inclusion resonates beyond just a mission statement—it’s something we as an organization live out every day. Grace Jakubowski, an Account Manager at Experian, said: “Diversity and inclusion in the workplace is about creating an environment where a person can bring their whole self to work—Experian does that.” This June, we joined in on the celebrations, showing our pride at every one of our offices throughout the United States. All of our offices had different activities, gatherings, and networking opportunities to celebrate the month of Pride for members and supporters of the LGBTQ community.
It’s no secret that the quality of your data matters. Your organization’s data is not some mysterious entity that exists only in the realm of technology and analytics, but is in fact a competitive differentiator increasingly used to influence broader business decisions around things like operations and marketing.
Yesterday, I, along with twenty-seven employees from Experian, had the opportunity to spread financial literacy to youngsters in the Greater Boston area. We partnered with the Junior Achievement of Northern New England (JA), whose overall mission is to educate and inspire students from kindergarten to eighth grade about financial literacy and entrepreneurship.