For more than 100 years, AT&T employees have been giving their time, talents and resources to the causes that matter most to them — not only during National Volunteer Month, but throughout the year. A team from AT&T’s Washington, DC, office recently spent a day volunteering at the Capital Area Foodbank in Washington, DC. The team included (L to R) Celeste Carrasco, Scott Sapperstein, Isabel Cabrera, Alyson Peacock, Toni Jung, and Marcos Rodriguez.
In addition, Denis Dunn, president, AT&T-DC, along with Celeste Carrasco, Isabel Cabrera, Carol Anderson, Colleen Thompson, Lacretia Hill and Loretta Vincent in our Washington, DC office, are among our 4,288 employees who received the President’s Volunteer Service Award. They received this prestigious honor from the President of the United States in recognition of sustained volunteer service. Learn more here.
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