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Rolling out provides information to the multicultural community that allows its members to benefit from that access. We strive to create an environment in which community leaders, the business community, and creative groups can work together for the greater good. Having valuable partners like AT&T, Morgan Stanley and Toyota enriches the community in many ways. AT&T…

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The AT&T Tech Lounge continued to be a main attraction at the 2017 BET Experience. AT&T served as a sponsor of BET Experience which took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center during BET Awards weekend. Fans who visited the AT&T Tech Lounge “Be The Glow” experience got an opportunity to visit the interactive activation…

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L. Michelle Smith, Director, Public Relations, AT&T Global Marketing Organization, recently served as a guest speaker at the “Culture and Code” luncheon during the Black Enterprise Entrepreneur’s Summit. Smith shared her thoughts on the “Culture and Code” luncheon and why entrepreneurs must understand the “fail fast” theory. Why was it important for AT&T to be involved in…

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Corey Anthony has two decades of experience at AT&T. Anthony currently serves as SVP of human resources and chief diversity officer. In his current role, Anthony is responsible for identifying and developing leaders, aligning employees with the company’s vision and priorities, overseeing business unit HR support, and employee engagement. Anthony recently served as a guest…

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AT&T inspired dialogue with entrepreneurs at the “Culture and Code” luncheon during the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit. Held at the Marriot Marquis in Houston, the luncheon allowed several Black entrepreneurs to share their ideas and gain valuable information on how to move their businesses forward. Moderated by culture and content storyteller, James Andrews, the event…

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Name: L. Michelle Smith Title: Director, public relations, AT&T Global Marketing Organization Organization: AT&T L. Michelle Smith is the voice and timbre of diversity at AT&T. She also leads the team that executes the communications for the award-winning “It Can Wait” campaign. Industry leaders have said that when Smith speaks, it causes ripples across the…

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“My education was the foundation for my success and advancement. I have degrees from UC-Berkeley in business administration and human resources management. I’ve always taken on new challenges enthusiastically, and that’s helped me become fearless.”

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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson recently showed courage by speaking out and calling for others to stand for social justice, instead of being passively tolerant or claiming to be colorblind. Since its creation, the powerful phrase “Black Lives Matter” has often been discredited and replaced with empty platitudes such as “All Lives Matter,” proving the insanity…

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AT&T‘s A Summer of Collaborations series is where they join two artists in collaboration with regard to the spirit of their work. Hip-hop artist Vic Mensa and photographer Vivian Maier were the subjects. Academy award winner John Maloof connected them. We spoke with Mensa about the collaboration.

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Sometimes all you need is a little litigation to get your point across. As is the case with comedian-turned-media mogul Byron Allen, who recently struck a deal with AT&T and DirecTV just over a year after filing a $10 billion discrimination lawsuit against the two television distributing giants. The lawsuit couldn’t have come at a worse time…

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Rev. Run was spotted downtown at the AT&T store in Chicago on Tuesday, Dec. 15. He had a meet and greet and shared some inspirational messages as a part of AT&T’s #InspiredMobility campaign. The crowd was encouraged to share their own inspirational messages with the hashtag #InspiredMobility. Some Chicago pastors came to the AT&T store…

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  Black Enterprise’s TechConneXt Summit allowed some of the top minds in the nation to share insight on the future of innovation. Held in Silicon Valley, the summit featured rising tech entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and Fortune 500 executives. Jennifer Jones of AT&T was one of the leading executives in attendance. With over 28 years of…

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Gail Johnson understands what it takes to become a great leader. As the VP of Leadership Development and Diversity Initiatives at AT&T, Johnson directs a staff of professionals in the creation and execution of programs with over $20 billion in combined revenue. During Black Enterprise’s TechConneXt Summit in Silicon Valley, Johnson, who is Harvard educated,…

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