LEAGUE at AT&T
LEAGUE at AT&T is one of the oldest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) employee resource group (ERG) established in corporate America. Founded in 1987 as a charitable membership organization, LEAGUE at AT&T was comprised of individual chapters, with the first being established in Denver, Colorado.
We champion diversity, networking, professional development, and community involvement, while also contributing to the success of the company by leveraging our identities to create a mutually beneifical relationship between AT&T and its customers.Read More
This holiday season, AT&T is partnering with True Colors Fund to present the Home for the Holidays Concert and to raise awareness of the growing LGBT youth homelessness issue.
Check out the campaign and a message from Cyndi Lauper by clicking here.
We ask you as a member to post on social media and have other support this great cause.Read More
What's the T?
Missed the T? Watch the recorded webcast of What’s the T? AT&T’s stance on transgender awareness and inclusion. Kick-off the recording with a keynote address from Amber Briggle followed by a panel discussion moderated by Jean-Marie Navetta, PFLAG.
Guest speakers: Nadia Morris, Riley Fields, Matt Winser, Amber Briggle and Jean-Marie Navetta. Presented by LEAGUE at AT&T Ally Committee, LEAGUE at AT&T Georgia Chapter, and the LEAGUE at AT&T Workplace Diversity Committee.
LEAGUE at AT&T
1987 - 2017
30 years of PRIDE: LEAGUE at AT&T 30th Anniversary
Improve chapter development and resource allocation.
Move LEAGUE at AT&T to a progressive organization advocating for LGBTQ issues within AT&T and the broader community.
LEAGUE Workforce 2020 Program
Mentoring programs: Virtual, 1:1, Face to Face