Another Pride Season is coming to a close. As I look back I’m moved by the momentous year this has been for the LGBT community. SCOTUS brought a historic ruling on marriage equality to the history books by legalizing same-sex marriage throughout the United States.

As an employee at AT&T, I’m moved by the support this company has for its employees. Pride Season matters to AT&T because we’ve always recognized the value of corporate equality. We want to give our employees the freedom to say ‘This is Me’. It’s great to see this value spreading.

This blog post originally appeared on AT&T's Consumer Blog.

About the Author

Scott Sapperstein

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, AT&T PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Scott

Scott Sapperstein is Executive Director Public Affairs for AT&T where he manages AT&T’s national third party relationships for the company’s Citizenship and Sustainability priorities and programs. Scott’s focus includes issues concerning: Education, Environment, Consumers, Military, Online Privacy and Safety, and National LGBT issues. Scott is also the company lead for the AT&T Consumer Advisory Panel.

Prior to joining the Public Affairs team, Scott served as Executive Director State Government Affairs for AT&T where he had primary responsibility for AT&T’s relationship with the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) and its Affiliates and was responsible for coordinating AT&T’s activities across business units.

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