Hall of Fame | AT&T
John T. StankeyCEO
“Our corporate value to Stand for Equality has never been more relevant, not only inside AT&T but outside, as well. It is a business imperative to champion equality, diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our business. That’s why we are committed to ensuring our workplace is inclusive and that we recruit, retain and advance people with a wide diversity of backgrounds and perspectives.”
Corey AnthonySenior Vice President, Human Resources & Chief Diversity Officer
“As a modern media company, the stories we tell have the power to inform, inspire and entertain people from all over the world.When we actively engage different perspectives we’re able to challenge and grow our thinking, enrich the experiences of our employees, and fulfill our commitment to keeping the world connected.”
- In order to support small businesses during COVID-19 closures, AT&T gave $1.2 million from the Distance Learning and Family Connections fund to seven AT&T Aspire Accelerator alumni companies from across thecountry: Boddle, CareerVillage, CommonLit, LiftEd, ListenWise, LitLab and TalkingPoints.
- AT&T has a number of diverse employee resource groups (ERGs) as well as employee networks (ENs) that reflect the diversity of the company overall.
- AT&T’s supplier diversity program has been around more than 50 years and actively connects with businesses owned by minorities, women, LGBTQ+people, service-disabled people and veterans.
In The News
- AT&T Commits $1.2 Million to Small Businesses Focused on Distance Learning Solutions
- AT&T Supports Nurses & Physicians with Three Months of Free FirstNet Service
- The Washington Post and AT&T Team Up to Expand Augmented Reality (AR) in Journalism
- XENEX Uses AT&T Connectivity to Help Destroy Viruses, Bacteria & Spores
Other DiversityInc Lists
- No. 1 ERGs
- LGBT Employees
- No. 12 Supplier Diversity
- No. 3 Executive Diversity Councils
- No. 3 Mentoring
- No. 4 Sponsorship
From The Company
- Employees: Within our global workforce of more than 247,000 employees, we’ve established a culture where everyone can succeed. In 2019, our U.S. workforce was 33% female and 40% of people of color.
- Communities: Through AT&T Believes, we partner with local organizations to revitalize neighborhoods, address the causes of homelessness, and strengthen communities nationwide.
- Customers: We are proud to serve our customers in more than 160 languages and connect with them in culturally relevant ways.
- Suppliers: Diversity as an integral part of our supply chain. Last year, we spent over $15B —more than 26% of our total spend —with certified diverse-owned suppliers.
- Content: Our WarnerMedia brands deliver the best stories and most engaging content to inspire and entertain people all over the world. We are proud to have introduced the entertainment industry’s first policy to ensure greater inclusion in front of and behind the camera. Recognition AT&T consistently ranks among the top companies for diversity and inclusion practices.
- 2020 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index
- Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility
- 5 Stars for Employment & Philanthropy
- 100% Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index
- 100% Disability in the Disability Equality Index
- 2019 Military Friendly Company by Military Times
U.S. Headquarters: Dallas, TX
Global Employees: 247,787
2019 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 1