Diversely Speaking

“Diversely Speaking” takes diversity and inclusion to the next level with thought leadership, industry activities and educational content. Written for professionals that believe in encouraging diversity – we’ll cover diversity and inclusion insights that deliver value to your business and career.

By now you probably know that credit scores are a pretty big deal. By being able to measure your so-called creditworthiness, lenders use your credit scores to determine everything from your interest rates to your credit limits to your approval ratings — and understanding what goes into credit scores themselves is key to building credit the right way. Credit scores are calculated using a pretty complicated algorithm that takes five big things (and lots of
Boost Your Credit Score in 2021 with These 5 Tips It’s no secret that credit scores are important, but it’s also no secret that the methods behind them can be super confusing to understand. Since having good — or bad — credit can affect many of the moving parts in your life, there will probably be a time when you think about methods for boosting your own. However, how the heck are you supposed to do it?
Tips to Better Manage Your Finances When it comes to financial services, confusion has long since been a big part of the puzzle. For years, the idea of finances, investments, and making great money decisions often seemed limited to one specific group of people — the so-called elite. These days, that’s not the case. After years of making finances difficult for most people involved, the millennial generation is now starting to see money through the lens
Financial Services Trends to Expect in 2021 When it comes to the start of a New Year, people are inundated with reminders to chase resolutions… especially when it comes to a healthy financial life. However, when it comes to financial health that lasts, no matter what month or year it is, it’s all in finding what works for you and for your money. One of the best ways to do that? By looking at financial
The Council for Inclusion in Financial Services explores the effect of COVID-19 on the diversity and inclusion agenda.  The short-term impact It is irrefutable that COVID-19 is having an impact on the progress of diversity and inclusion programs in the United States. However, this is hardly a conscious decision on the part of employers and executive leadership. For many businesses, especially SMEs and start-ups, there is no choice but to go into ‘survival mode’ and