AT&T has a strong legacy with organizations focused on the empowerment of the African-American, American Indian, Asian, Asian American, Hispanic, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT), as well as military and veteran communities.
Making a Difference in Growing Minority Entrepreneurship
AT&T supports several supplier-diversity-development programs around the country. In recent years, the company has provided more than a million dollars to support minority business development programs. We work with leading-edge business schools with programs and scholarships to provide expert coaching and resources to incumbent and prospective diversity suppliers. Some examples: the Women's Business Enterprise National Council; the Management Development Program for Entrepreneurs at the Anderson School at UCLA; the Minority Business Executive Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College; and the Minority Business Management Seminar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Additionally, AT&T supports Peace Through Business, a training program that provides business education to women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and Rwanda.