Jerrie J. Kertz, AT&T
Women Worth Watching 2015 Jerrie J. Kertz A Senior VP with AT&T, this Texan Knows how to Optimize Success   Jerrie Kertz was named Senior Vice President, Operations Planning and Optimization in September 2014. She is responsible for technology operations planning, strategy, support, and optimization for major technology initiatives and products, as... Read more
Corporations weigh in on Friday’s Supreme Court decision on Same-Sex Marriage
Social media streams were filled with rainbows Friday–many representing consumer brands– as corporations large and small posted in celebration of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision on same-sex marriage. The public displays of support show how far the nation has come in supporting gay marriage in a short time. According... Read more
AT&T Appoints Cynthia Marshall as Chief Diversity Officer AT&T Services, Inc. has named Cynthia Marshall, senior vice president-Human Resources, to take on the additional role of Chief Diversity Officer. In this capacity, Marshall will lead the company’s award-winning efforts to foster an inclusive and diverse workforce. Marshall will continue her... Read more
Randall Stephenson Chairman & CEO, AT&T Inc.   Creating a connected world Companies need great talent at every level to achieve their full potential. That’s why we embrace diversity at AT&T—from our executives to our retail and service employees to our suppliers. Our company has a long history of... Read more
Cynthia Marshall – AT&T

My mother inspires me. She taught me that with God all things are possible. She put a math book in one of my hands and a Bible in the other, and made me believe I could do anything.

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Across AT&T, there are eleven Employee Resource Groups representing 220 chapters and led by 800 dedicated employees.

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Cyber communities create a unique opportunity for developing and expanding diversity initiatives for one simple reason—the Internet doesn’t discriminate.

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Anyone hoping for a more diverse workplace tomorrow may want to peek inside America’s classrooms today. Their optimism will likely fade.

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President Who in your family had the most impact on your success? My mother, Carolyn Gardner, who put a Bible in one of my hands and a math book in the other. She gave me my personal and professional foundation and helped me realize that I have an obligation... Read more