AT&T Inc. is a telecommunications, media, and technology services company headquartered in Dallas, Texas within the Whitacre Tower. Their business is separated into three segments: Communications, WarnerMedia, and Latin America. More specifically, their products include Wireless devices, 5G devices,... Read more






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John Stankey

Lori Lee
CEO, AT&T Latin America & Global Marketing Officer
Thaddeus Arroyo
CEO, AT&T Consumer
Jeff McElfresh
COO, AT&T Inc.
Jeremy Legg
Chief Technology Officer, AT&T Services, Inc.
Pascal Desroches
Senior EVP & CFO
David R. McAtee II
Senior Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Ed Gillespie
Senior Executive Vice President, External and Legislative Affairs
Eric Mitchell
Assistant VP, Diversity & Inclusion
Melissa Omet
VP, Human Resources

Behind the scenes


Make a difference.

Impact your world. This defines who we are, both as a company and as individuals. We can each make a difference in our communities and for the people around us.

Stand for equality.

Speak with your actions. Whatever a person’s race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, physical ability or other characteristic, we respect and value them. We know that building a greater understanding of our differences makes us stronger.

Be there.

When customers & colleagues need you most. Whether it’s restoring service during a natural disaster or helping a community recover from hardship, that’s when we’re at our best.

Pursue excellence.

In everything, every time. We work tirelessly to make sure that everything we deliver represents our very best. We may not be perfect, but we always learn from our experiences and constantly improve.

Think big.

Innovate and get there first. AT&T is where people come to invent the future. That’s been our legacy since the very beginning. In everything we do, we aim to set the pace for everyone else.

Live true.

Do the right thing, no compromise. This underpins all our other values and it begins with how we treat our customers and each other. None of us is perfect. But when we make a mistake, we have the character and courage to make it right and learn from it.