The financial systems in America were not designed to support people of color, and navigation takes knowledge. OfColor delivers actionable, personalized strategies using technology, content, coaching, and a community focused on growth.
Backed by research and science, our platform allows employers to proactively support their workforce so that their employees can perform at their absolute best.
Our content recognizes systemic barriers to wealth creation and will help your employees of color to navigate a financial system that was not built for them.
Our coaches understand the struggle of creating wealth in America as a person of color because they have lived it.
Every day, OfColor members can meaningfully connect with one another, engage with like-minded experts, and share best practices.
Financial situations and goals are personal—and so are solutions. Our tools will help your employees see where they stand and motivate them to get to where they want to go.
Our company was built for diversity by people of color. It’s not only okay to acknowledge differences, it’s essential. We help support companies in creating a culture that addresses the needs of all employees.
The racial wealth gap does not stop at the workplace doors, and whole-person care requires us to acknowledge its impact.
The average wealth held by Black families is one-tenth that of white families; Latinx families have one-eighth.
At retirement, employees of color have only one-quarter of the amount saved by white employees.
The median Black household earns just 61 cents for every dollar of income earned by the median white household.
We'll collaborate to strategically drive meaningful engagement through internal marketing that's distributed in partnership with employee resources groups and more.
We'll deliver a robust communications package that will help you intro the offering in all the right ways.
We'll track improving financial wellness, coaching hours, content engagement and other metrics.
"If we’re not helping all employees of color earn more, invest more and develop genuine autonomy, we’re not uplifting disenfranchised communities. The financial health of marginalized workers is critical to achieving equity and creating a productive and engaged workforce."
Founder of OfColor