A message from Chief Accessibility Officer Suzanne Montgomery
Removing barriers one connection at a time
We all know someone who faces challenges — research shows that 1 in 5 people have a disability or an access need. So, at AT&T, we work tirelessly to make our products and services accessible for all of our customers.
From partnering with companies who build mobile-connected prosthetics to designing technology classes for those with low or no vision, AT&T is helping to move these initiatives forward. It’s making sure everybody in the world can partake in what the world has to offer. I understand the importance of inclusion. Growing up, I witnessed my younger sister’s struggle with epilepsy. It’s personal for me.
I’m so proud of what we’ve done in the accessibility space. It’s part of who we are at AT&T, making the world better and inspiring human progress through communication and entertainment.
Hear more from Suzanne and other AT&T leaders in the following video.
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- Believe diversity makes us better and stronger
- Foster access to the widest array of ideas and knowledge to inform better solutions for our customers
- Are committed to full inclusion, covering all backgrounds, races, genders, ages, disabilities and sexual orientations.
See our Diversity and Inclusion Annual Report (PDF, 5MB).