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“Good corporate citizenship” is more than just a phrase at our organization: it’s our culture, and I am very proud of that. On the heels of Women’s History Month, AT&T was named among the “Top 50 Companies for Female Executives,” by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) for the fifth consecutive year in a row.

“Good corporate citizenship” is more than just a phrase at our organization: it’s our culture, and I am very proud of that. On the heels of Women’s History Month, AT&T was named among the “Top 50 Companies for Female Executives,” by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) for the fifth consecutive year in a row. Companies that are included on this list have a proven track record of moving women into top executive positions, as well as cultivating a corporate culture that identifies, promotes, and nurtures talented women. 

At AT&T, more than 90,000 women executives, engineers, marketers, sales people, finance leaders, attorneys and mentors  help lead a ground breaking transformation in the way we connect with our world every single day

At AT&T, more than 90,000 women executives, engineers, marketers, sales people, finance leaders, attorneys and mentors  help lead a ground breaking transformation in the way we connect with our world every single day. The work and recognition of my fellow female colleagues – particularly those who serve in the technology fields within our organization – is a great source of inspiration for me. Not only do these women help shape our environment, but they are truly helping people.

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