At AT&T, we know that we only succeed when all of our people can reach their full potential. That’s why we are passionately committed to ensuring our company leads on gender equality and empowering women at all levels. It’s smart business. And now that has earned us a spot on the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) 2018 “Top 70” – the Top 70 Companies for Executive Women. It’s our 9th time making the list.

NAFE recognizes corporations and nonprofits that identify, promote, and nurture the professional growth of women. It also recognizes organizations that place women in top executive positions and empowers women throughout its ranks.

Several AT&T leaders were on hand for the awards ceremony last week. Vice President of HR, Diversity & Inclusion Melissa Omet accepted the award on behalf of AT&T and shared our appreciation for the recognition.

“It was an honor to accept the award on behalf of AT&T,” Omet said. “But an even greater honor is to be part of a company where I’m supported and able to support other women. This is a team effort and I can say that at AT&T, every voice matters.”

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