AT&T's leader shows solving diversity starts at the very top
Across tech and the world of business, efforts to improve diversity are all the rage. But most company CEOs hand off responsibility for hiring more women and minorities to other executives, rarely getting directly involved with the initiatives themselves. AT&T's Randall Stephenson is not like most CEOs. On Sept. 23, Stephenson delivered a powerful speech on race relations in America that is now going viral. Speaking at a conference of thousands of diverse AT&T employees, Stephenson took a powerful stance on issues surrounding Black Lives Matter.
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