AT&T: People

AT&T: People

People matter - to each other, to our communities, and to our company. This has been one of our core beliefs for 136 years and always will be. Our workforce, our business and the communities that we serve are all stronger because of it. - See more at:

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Inspiring a Woman a World Away - Paula Loyd's Incredible Legacy
A woman who lost her life while serving as a Civil-Military Officer with the United Nations in Afghanistan is seeing her legacy being carried out through AT&T’s Peace Through Business program. You never know how your vision will inspire others. Patricia Ward’s daughter, Paula, lost her life in Afghanistan. She spent time there while serving in the U.S. Army. She ended up back...
Jan 22, 2016 8:35 AM ET
A Whole Lotta Connecting Going on
Ever hear the expression “dig your way to China”? It was pretty common when I was a girl. My friends and I thought that if we dug hard enough, we would arrive on the other side of the world in a new land with a different culture and loads of potential BFFs. Geographical accuracy aside (from the U.S. we would actually dig our way into the Indian Ocean), the concept that we are all connected was...
Dec 17, 2015 2:35 PM ET
High School Students Drive Others to Take the It Can Wait Pledge
High school students across the nation are putting down their phones – at least while they are behind the wheel – and urging people, young and old, to join them in taking the It Can Wait pledge, a promise to refrain from texting, emailing, posting or surfing the web while driving. Over the past two months, AT&T’s It Can Wait virtual reality simulator tour has put...
Dec 8, 2015 11:35 AM ET
My Disability is One Part of Who I Am
Every October during National Disability Employment Awareness Month businesses around the country reflect on and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. For 70 years, the Department of Labor used this time of year to showcase the talents of workers with disabilities and encourage diversity, inclusion and accessibility in the workplace. This year, the...
Oct 28, 2015 2:35 PM ET
Look at That Face
Presidential politics took an odd turn a few weeks ago when one candidate summarized the prospects for Ms. Fiorina's presidential ambitions in four words: "Look at that face." My immediate reaction couldn't for the most part be printed in these pages, but the comment stuck with me. The equally ugly comments last week against ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza, who had the audacity to call a major league...
Oct 13, 2015 5:30 PM ET