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  • Our differences make us stronger. It’s why we’ve committed to fostering an LGBT inclusive workplace since the 1970s. See what steps our people have - and continue - to take so that every voice matters.

    AT&T's Commitment to the LGBTQ Community

    AT&T's Commitment to the LGBTQ Community

  • Akshay Nemlekar overcame more than a fair share of challenges during his time in our Leadership Development Program. See how the experience shaped his view on what it means to lead on the front-line.

    AT&T | Training and Development | LDP

    Get a first-hand look into our Leadership Development Program.

  • CRN has named our own Anne Chow among Power 100's Most Powerful Women of the Channel for 2018. We’re proud of her continued work in developing teams and driving growth in our business.

    Power 100: The Most Powerful Women Of The Channel 2018

    The Power 100 is culled from the ranks of CRN's Women of the Channel and spotlights the female executives whose insight and influence help drive channel success.

  • Every leader has to start somewhere, and their mentors often give that first, important push. Melissa Arnoldi reflects on the best advice her mentor ever gave, and how her experience can apply to future leaders.

    14 Words That Spur Me On

    "I admire you. You are better than you see. You have to own this." These 14 words hold a special place for me. One of my mentors gave me this advice early in my career. And it has helped me build the courage to continue believing in myself even when I felt like no one else did.

  • We’re proud to announce our multi-year initiative with The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth. Find out how to help #TurnUpTheLove this Pride Month and beyond:

    AT&T 'Turns Up The Love' with Multi-Year Commitment to The Trevor Project and $1 Million Donation

    As a longtime supporter of the LGBTQ community, AT&T* is proud to announce a $1 million donation and multi-year initiative with The Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people.

  • We’re proud to be named by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE as one of the 2018 Best Workplaces in Chicago. Our ranking was based on our peoples’ beliefs in the impact of their work and the difference it made in their community. Here’s to another great year in the windy city!

    AT&T Named One of the 2018 Best Workplaces in Chicago by Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE

    Great Place to Work and FORTUNE honored AT&T* as one of the 2018 Best Workplaces in Chicago. The ranking considered more than 11,000 employee surveys from companies across the Windy City. AT&T took the No. 13 spot on the list.

  • You don’t need to be a football fan to appreciate Dak Prescott - as Anne Chow learned at our annual Revolution Conference in Dallas. See her takeaways from speaking with the QB about faith, leadership, and opportunity.

    Lessons from #Dak

    "I want to go where I'm the difference. I want to make something out of nothing. I want to be the reason someone is great." ~ Dak Prescott Have you

  • Augmented reality and virtual reality have come a long way since the 90s, but there are still roadblocks. With 5G and edge computing, we're looking to establish a mobile platform for entirely new things you’ve never seen before.

    What 5G and Edge Computing Will Do for You

    Why will you need 5G? Sure, it's going to be a lot faster. But 5G is about a lot more than just speed. It will ultimately establish a platform for entirely new things you've never seen before. One of the coolest opportunities with 5G will be augmented reality and virtual reality, often called AR/VR.

  • Glenn credits our focus on continuous learning to his growth with 15 different careers so far at AT&T. See how he moved from the mailroom to finance, sales and more, and now his current focus on at AT&T Labs.

    "I've had 15 different careers all at one company"

    AT&T interviews Glenn Del Grosso who shares his story of using company training and continuous education to grow his skill set and work his way up from the mail room to an Intellectual Property Lead.

  • After being denied access to study abroad, Shahram Mohajeri risked everything to achieve his dream for higher education. See how his journey led him to the U.S. and AT&T, where he's now on the leading edge of innovation.

    One Employee's Quest for Freedom

    Shahram Mohajeri, a Lead Member of AT&T's 5G Technical Staff, shares his story about leaving his home country in pursuit of higher education.

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