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2015 Ends on a High Note: Meet the Final 2015 Champions of DOT

11 Feb 2016 | Shirley Sanz

Tagged: Engaging Our Workforce, Possibilities, Do One Thing,

As we spring into the new year, we honor our final two 2015 Champions of DOT – Kelly Chrietzberg and Mohammed Farshori – who helped end 2015 on a high note with their selfless acts to better their communities.

As we spring into the new year, we honor our final two 2015 Champions of DOT – Kelly Chrietzberg and Mohammed Farshori – who helped end 2015 on a high note with their selfless acts to better their communities.

AT&T’s Do One Thing (DOT) movement invites employees to take a simple, measurable action to benefit the world around them. The Champions of DOT embody this mission and inspire their colleagues to discover how they too can make an impact. For instance, Kelly’s leadership helped encourage over 2,000 employees to commit to 30 minutes of exercise for 30 days. Mohammad helped ensure his AT&T coworkers, friends, and our customers stay safe on the roads by spreading the It Can Wait message. To recognize each Champions of DOT’s leadership, AT&T contributes $2,500 to the non-profit of their choice. Kelly selected the Disabled American Veterans’ Grand Prairie Chapter, and Mohammed selected the scholarship program for the AT&T Organization of Asian Indians Employee Resource Group. Both are worthy causes!

Watch the videos below to hear their inspirational stories. And, don’t forget to watch our DOT Thank You video to learn more about how employees are improving communities through DOT. Perhaps you will be inspired yourself to Do One Thing to make the world a little bit better.

About the Author

Shirley Sanz

Senior Project/Program Manager, AT&T Community Engagement

Shirley

Shirley is a Senior Project/Program Manager within the Citizenship & Sustainability organization and resides in San Diego, CA. Her primary responsibility is the management of Do One Thing (DOT), a voluntary company-wide effort that invites employees to commit to regular, measurable actions that are good for themselves, their communities and/or the company. Shirley is also the Community Engagement liaison for the National AT&T Pioneers and Employee Resource Groups (ERGs). AT&T Pioneers is a network of nearly 265,000 AT&T employees and retirees who affect immediate, tangible change in local communities, and ERGs reflect the diversity of employees and support the company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through efforts in the workplace, marketplace and the community. Shirley has been actively involved in Pioneers and ERGs for over 20 years.

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