Taking Action to Increase Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Taking Action to Increase Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

At the Financial Health Network, we recognize that systemic and historic barriers to economic opportunity and financial security have led to stark disparities in financial health outcomes among demographic groups. Achieving financial health for all requires dedication to closing these gaps. Through our strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), we help financial health organizations strategically approach, invest in, measure, and advance financial health for all within their own organizations.

Our Commitment to DEI

We work to sustain and enhance a culture of inclusion.

We will sustain an environment in which all employees feel valued, respected, welcomed, and heard for their unique differences.

We align our talent practices with our DEI commitments.

We will ensure equitable talent practices and policies at all stages of the employee lifecycle, contributing to an environment in which all employees can thrive.

We will continue to broaden our external impact.

We will advise on and influence opportunities to improve financial health for all through our work and partnerships.

We will maintain a sustainable DEI foundation.

We will build and maintain the structure and support mechanisms to ensure sustained focus on and accountability for advancing our DEI aspirations.

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