Diversity, Citizenship & Sustainability
In fostering diversity and inclusion, AT&T has created a better business environment, one that makes the company an employer of choice, a preferred business partner and an important contributor to the community.
AT&T selected as one of the 2016 Top 50 Workplaces in STEM for Native Professionals for Winds of Change. Focus is on Native American Students (2016)
Best for Vets Employers by Military Times (2016)
Asia Society selected AT&T for the following 2016 Asian Pacific Americans (APA) Employer Awards and Best Practices(2016):
2016 Best Employer for Promoting Asian Pacific American Women
2016 Employer for Asian Pacific Americans Employee Resource Groups—Category: Distinguished Performance
2016 Best Practices Company
- Asian Pacific American ERGs (Best In Class)
- Profit & Loss Leadership Development
- Promoting Asian Pacific American Women
- Market Opportunities
Black EOE Journal: 2016 Top Diversity Employer (2016)
100% Disability Equality Index AT&T has made the list 2nd year in a row. (2016)
The National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC) recognized AT&T as one of the inaugural 2016 Best-of-the-Best Top 30 Corporations for Inclusion (2016).
2016 Women in Business Awards: Jennifer Biry has been recognized as one of the most influential women in business in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal.
The 2016 Diversity Inc. Top 50 Companies for Diversity – AT&T placed at No. 4 on Diversity Inc.’s 2016 list of top companies for diversity. AT&T focuses on what it calls four pillars of diversity: employees, community, marketing and suppliers. (2016)
Affinity Inc. Magazine: AT&T is recognized as one of the Top Corporations for LGBT Equality. (2015)
Military Officers Association of America: AT&T is named for the 2015 Distinguished Award. (2015)
Careers & The Disabled Magazine: Top 50 Employers #3 overall. (2015)
Disability Matters: AT&T is named Disability Matters Honoree in the Marketplace. (2015)
Racing Toward Diversity Magazine: AT&T is ranked #3 as Top 25 Public Company Diversity & Inclusion Leaders. (2015)
Latina Style: AT&T ranked #3 on the Latina Style 50 and HACEMOS was named Employee Resource Group of the Year. (2014)
Forbes: AT&T is named Top 5 of the 20 Happiest Companies for Young Professionals. (2014)
DiversityInc: Top 50 Companies for Diversity #10 overall (and #1 for Supplier Diversity). (2014)
Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award: AT&T was one of only 15 companies — of 2,800 applicants — to receive this award, which recognized companies for their "Exceptional support of employees who serve the nation in the National Guard and reserve." (2014)
U.S. Veterans Magazine: AT&T was recognized as being one of the Top Veteran-Friendly companies and having one of the Top Supplier Diversity Programs. (2014)
The AT&T Whitacre Award recognizes service heroes within the organization.
Get an inside look at AT&T's Whitacre award winners, including Kevin Mills, a power technician who took on Winter Storm Goliath in 50 mile-per-hour winds, as well as two California managers, Shane Edmonston and Chris Pankonin, who took on the Erskine Fire at Lake Isabella in California.