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Women’s History Month Profiles: Cynthia ‘Cynt’ Marshall, First Black Woman NBA CEO

Known best for: Becoming the CEO of the Dallas Mavericks — the first African American woman CEO in the NBA During Women’s History Month, DiversityInc is honoring a series of woman innovators and history makers who are often overlooked in mainstream media coverage and history books. Check back throughout March…

AT&T Whitacre Awards Winners Honored for Selfless Service

Originally published on about.att.com. The Whitacre Award, AT&T’s top honor, was given to the members of a team in California for their leadership and community-before-self attitudes. These employees went to heroic lengths to avert disaster or provide service in extreme situations. Learn more about their accomplishments below. California Team Restores…

AT&T: Creating Change with Project Yellow Light

Originally posted on ATT.com Congratulations to this year’s winners, using creativity to combat distracted driving  The mission of the It Can Wait program is clear- reduce distracted driving by educating all drivers about the dangers of smartphone use behind the wheel. It’s a goal shared by Project Yellow Light, a leading scholarship competition…

AT&T’s Chief Brand Officer Fiona Carter: ‘Untold Stories’ Making an Impact on Future of Diversity and Inclusion in Film Industry

For the third consecutive year, AT&T and Tribeca Film Festival conducted the “AT&T Presents: Untold Stories” film competition. Filmmaker Kate Tsang was awarded the $1 million prize for her project, “Marvelous and the Black Hole,” and will receive mentorship from seasoned industry professionals to develop her pitch into a feature-length…