A message from
CAO 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.
makes us better and stronger
to the widest array of ideas and knowledge to inform better solutions for our customers
to full inclusion, covering all backgrounds, races, genders, ages, disabilites and sexual orientations.
Outreach & Initiatives
Tackling accessibility across the board
National leaders in assistive technology, aging and cross-disability issues make up AT&T’s Advisory Panel on Access & Aging (AAPAA). In support of continued improvement at AT&T, this expert panel provides its ongoing review of how we are doing on all issues related to accessibility.
Creating a culture of understanding
Ability is AT&T’s Employee Resource Group dedicated to creating a culture of understanding, awareness, advancement and advocacy for individuals with disabilities. Through efforts designed to advance, educate and advocate, Ability supports the inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and the community.
Awards and Honors
We take pride in fostering diversity and inclusion, allowing AT&T to create a better business environment. Through these efforts, AT&T continues to be an employer of choice, a preferred business partner and an important contributor to the community.
Here’s a look at some of the recognition we’ve earned by supporting our communities and the people within them.
2020 NOD Leading Disability Employer
The National Organization on Disability (NOD) recognized AT&T with its Leading Disability Employers Seal for the fifth consecutive year.
Disability Equality Index
For the seventh consecutive year, AT&T earned a perfect score on its inclusion policies and practices as rated by the Disability Equality Index (DEI). AT&T was among 319 companies using the DEI to benchmark disability inclusion efforts in 2021.
CAREERS and the disABLED Magazine's Top 50 Employers
Recognized for offering a progressive environment for people with disabilities, AT&T ranked No. 5 in the Reader’s Choice poll for 2020.