Native Americans, their culture, history and heritage are an essential part of the fabric of our country, and at AT&T we are proud of the ways that our Native American employees strengthen our culture of inclusion and innovation. This month we are celebrating National Native American Heritage Month and celebrating the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and contributions of Native people. Throughout the course of the month, we’ll deepen our understanding of the contributions Native Americans have had on our daily lives.

AT&T is proud to support our Native American employees through its Inter-Tribal Council of AT&T Employees (ICAE) employee resource group (ERG).

  • ICAE brings together more than 2,500+ employees who have an interest in the Native American community and is committed to the cultural development, career advancement, education and general well-being of Native American communities, as well as Native American AT&T employees.
  • For more information on ICAE, click here

Recognizing our Native American Employees and Communities

AT&T’s Chief Diversity and Development Officer, Corey Anthony, participated in a discussion with Chairman Aaron Payment of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians, the third largest tribe in the U.S, on Native American heritage, the issues Native Americans are facing today, including the disproportionate impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on this community, and how we at AT&T can continue to educate ourselves and advocate for this community as part of our value to Stand for Equality. 

To learn more about this conversation, in addition to how AT&T honored and recognized Native American Heritage Month, visit the following blog post penned by Corey Anthony.  

Learn more about the Native American community on Twitter.

In celebration of Native people at AT&T and across the globe, AT&T’s Discovery District is proudly displaying this image to honor the contributions, talents and resiliency of Native Americans.