Rod Griffin, Sr. Director of Consumer Education and Advocacy at Experian


Date: October 26, 2020

Have you ever wondered why there are three credit reporting bureaus? How is credit and credit scores differ in other countries? In this episode, Rod shares his journey that led him to his path at Experian and breaks down difference between the credit reporting bureaus, how credit is different around the world, and resources at Experian you can leverage during COVID-19.

Rod Griffin is the Senior Director of Consumer Education and Advocacy for Experian. He is responsible for Experian’s national consumer education programs and outreach. Rod serves as an expert spokesperson on consumer issues, particularly credit reporting, credit scoring and identity theft, and is frequently quoted by national television, print, radio and online media including the New York Times, Washington Post, CBNBC.com, MSNBC.com, Time Magazine, and other national media outlets.

He currently represents Experian on the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy Board of Trustees and previously served on the LifeSmarts Corporate Advisory Board, which he chaired in 2016.

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