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At AT&T, “diversity” is not just a buzzword – it’s how we do business.  It’s one of the reasons why Diversity MBA, the national leadership organization, has ranked AT&T in second place, out of 50, in their eighth annual “50 Out Front for Diversity Leadership: Best Places for Diverse & Women Managers to Work.” The organization ranks companies on their accountability, succession planning, representation, recruitment, workplace inclusion and retention, and board diversity. In fact, AT&T's 50-state workforce today is 36 percent female and 40 percent people of color. With this recognition, AT&T displays its on-going commitment to diversity and continues to support the advancement of women and people of color into senior leadership positions within the company.

To read more about Diversity MBA and the 50 Out Front for Diversity Leadership list, check out the news release here.