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AT&T has a longstanding reputation as a company where women can reach their highest potential. That’s why today, The National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) named  AT&T one of the 2014 “Top Companies for Executive Women”. This marks the fourth year in a row that AT&T has been included on the prestigious list of top companies that encourage women to have a positive impact on their company’s future and bottom line.

Call-out:  “Having the best talent at the table – both men and women – is critical to being successful in the marketplace.”Debbie Storey, Talent Development & Chief Diversity Officer



AT&T’s priority to attract, recruit, hire, develop and retain qualified female leaders is supported by several initiatives that foster success in the workforce, including

  • AT&T’s Women’s Leadership Council embodies the breadth of diversity in our female management population and spearheads initiatives designed to keep AT&T relevant and attractive to women.
  • WOW! AT&T World of Women internal website offers AT&T women and men role models and tools to assist with career planning, integrating work and family, connecting with others and becoming an authentic leader.
  • Three women’s employee groups around the globe:  Women of AT&T, AT&T Women of Finance, AT&T EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Women’s Network.

To learn more about this honor, check out the news release.  You can also visit the AT&T Women Leaders site.

AT&T consistently ranks as a great place to work for women. In addition to NAFE, the company has been recognized by DiversityInc, Latina Style magazine and Women Engineer magazine.

View our AT&T Women By The Numbers Infographic.