Diversity and Inclusion
Financial Literacy Is Economic Inclusion
Our diversity and inclusion policies go hand in hand with our mission to provide financial literacy and peace of mind for all our policy owners. In fact, our mutual success depends on a true culture of inclusion that reflects the communities we serve.
We have steadfastly refused to ask agents and employees to conform themselves to a single way of doing business. Instead, everyone is expected to bring his or her own cultural and intellectual perspectives to the table. By recruiting talented men and women who reflect the markets we serve, Financial Literacy Group is better positioned to reach more people who can benefit from working with us, and continue to grow our organization.
Department of Diversity and Inclusion (DDI)
The Department of Diversity and Inclusion (DDI) embodies Financial Literacy Group’s commitment to encouraging, creating, and maintaining a diverse and truly inclusive work environment. It is every Financial Literacy Group employee’s privilege and responsibility to be a diversity and inclusion champion. Established in 2018 to promote equal employment opportunity and workforce diversity, strengthen diverse procurement practices, and engage in community outreach, DDI also works to support a culture that continuously evolves, by actively welcoming and respecting different backgrounds.
Committed to supplier diversity
The Financial Literacy Group Supplier Diversity Program is designed to ensure that diverse businesses have equal access to our procurement process. Currently, our diverse suppliers include these groups: Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBEs); Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBEs); Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender-owned Business Enterprises (LGBTBEs); Disabled-owned Business Enterprises (DBEs); Veteran-owned Business Enterprises (VBEs); and Service-Disabled Veteran-owned Business Enterprises (SDVBEs).