To Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally Community


At AT&T, diversity and inclusion will always be top priorities.

• Named one of "The Best Places to Work" by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) for the 13th consecutive year, receiving a perfect score from 2004-2017 on the Corporate Eqaulity Index for its fair treatment of LGBT employees.

• Ranked No. 3 on DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity in 2018 – for the second year in a row.

• Named one of the 28 Top Companies for LGBT employees, DiversityInc, in 2018.

• AT&T was named one of the Best of the Best corporations committed to inclusion by the NGLCC and the National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC) in 2018 – the third consecutive time since inception of the recognition.


AT&T is committed to supporting organizations and projects that strengthen the LGBT community.

• The annual "AT&T Live Proud" campaign invites the LGBT community to take part in an effort centered on awareness and empowerment. In 2017, AT&T Live Proud is supporting GLAAD by inviting consumers to share #WeAreBold social messages and donating $1 per post to GLAAD up to $50,000.

• The LEAGUE Foundation provides scholarships to LGBT college-bound high school seniors.

• AT&T supports initiatives that promote safety and inclusion for LGTBQ youth, including HRC's Time to THRIVE conference, The Trevor Project's suicide prevention and crisis intervention service, GLSEN's work to ensure a safe learning environment for all students and the Tyler Clementi Foundation's work on films providing teens and parents with unique insights into spotting and preventing cyberbullying.

• Through funding and employee volunteering, AT&T supports various HIV/AIDS charities, including Broadway/Cares Equity Fights AIDS, SF AIDS Foundation, and AMFAR.

• In 2015, we joined the HRC Global Business Coalition and the Open for Business coalition promoting equality around the globe.