Members of the Inter-Tribal Council of AT&amp;T Employees take every opportunity to share Native American culture with our people. Hear from Rachel and Andrew on what inspired them to join ICAE.
What does it mean to unleash your potential? Aarthie Namasivayam, National President of the Organization of Asian Indians at AT&amp;T, shares her story on how the group helped her pivot careers and tackle community challenges.
Logan Boswell was passionate about his professional pursuits, but he wasn’t sure how they connected to career opportunities. Find out how a blend of mentorship, education and vocational training is helping him (and countless others) prepare for the future.
One in five Americans has a disability, that’s just one reason why it’s important our people design technology for everyone. Find out how the AT&amp;T Accessibility Lab is Crystal Baker’s answer to putting accessibility first.
Members of our Professionals 50 Forward employee resource group are making the most out of their experiences. See how members like Jayne are closing knowledge gaps between generations and go all in on collaboration.
The cost of paper envelopes is higher than you think. Find out how Abraham spent his Finance Leadership Development Program internship helping businesses save money and the environment.
InspirASIAN, AT&amp;T’s Asian and Pacific Islander employee resource group, made a profound impact on Deniz’s professional and personal life. From raising scholarship funds to mentoring opportunities, find out how the ERG is making a difference for its members and their communities.
What lessons can we glean from the past? AT&amp;T CMO Mo Katibeh shares tips on staying mindful of days gone while focusing on the present.
Alexis wasn't always interested in computer science, but this summer, she helped our analysts identify cybersecurity threats. Find out how she discovered her programming passion and is working to close tech's gender gap.
Mentorship is key to development, but how do you find the right mentor? Learn how our employee resource group oxyGEN makes the connection through the help of members like Heather.