By providing these types of opportunities for relationship-building and education, we’re making space for more women to enter the tech industry. And we’re not alone in our efforts. Across AT&T, our teams have worked tirelessly to address the gender gap in tech by prioritizing diversity in our hiring practices and giving women opportunities to raise their voices.
A lot has changed since I joined AT&T more than twenty years ago, but there is still work to be done. As we celebrate this Women’s History Month, it is imperative that we continue to encourage, educate, and empower women to make an impact in tech and beyond.
This is what Progress with Purpose looks like to me.