Did you know AT&T employees volunteered over 127,000 hours during National Volunteer Month in April? Below, you will hear from some of our National Board members on why they choose to volunteer. As we wrap up National Volunteer Month we want to share some stories on “Why I Volunteer.” Hear from our National CEO Stacy Canady on why volunteering is… read more
Jan Rader, the first female fire chief in West Virginia, is making a big impact on Huntington’s fight against the Opioid epidemic. She is currently listed as Times 100 most influential and has several TedTalks.
Stacey Marx, Vice President, AT&T Small Business Solutions – Central, brings financial savvy to technology sales. Her philosophy for success: Take the leap and say “yes” to new opportunities.
Via Grammarly Blog Nikole Collins-Puri is many things: a nonprofit CEO, an advocate for girls, and a Grammarly user. Nikole leads Techbridge Girls, an organization that is exciting, equipping, and educating girls through STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). She’s passionate about creating opportunities for all girls, and her organization works to do this by exposing girls in underserved communities… read more
March 09, 2018 Cheering Her On: Appreciating the Contributions of Women in Sports By Bill Moseley I love sports. I run. I golf. I fish. That’s the extent of my athletic abilities. And to be honest, I’m not great at any of them. Unfortunately, I wasn’t born with the athlete gene. My sister won that prize. She’s the real sports… read more
March 07, 2014 By Sarah Donohue, AT&T Insider Staff Writer In 2010, as 20-year old Chelsea Secker walked off the stage in College Station, Texas — diploma in hand — with a B.S. degree in technology management from Texas A&M University, she’d already been approached by dozens of companies trying to hire her, particularly technology companie Amazon, McAfee, Texas Instruments… read more
“When I Rise” aired in early February on various PBS stations throughout the country as a PBS Independent Lens series and was made possible, in part, by AT&T. The documentary tells Smith Conrad’s story of being among the first African Americans admitted to the University of Texas and the controversy that she withstood as a student during the Civil Rights… read more