30th Anniversary

LEAGUE 30th Anniversary Gala Celebration

LEAGUE at AT&T members and guests are invited to participate in a 30th Anniversary Gala Celebration of our ground breaking organization with a unique history in both the LBGT annals of history as well as corporate American business.


Please join us!


Friday, July 14th
Dinner and celebration, reception starting at 6pm

Keynote: John Stankey, CEO AT&T Entertainment Group

Special entertainment:  Dana Goldberg, Comedian, and MC

Saturday, July 15th
Fun Day

The Grand Hollywood Tour with an added visit to Malibu and Venice Beach. Visit some of the most popular sites in Hollywood with all of your friends at LEAGUE at AT&T in a double decker tour bus.


Contact Us for more details or to sign up.

LEAGUE at AT&T is the LGBT and Allies employee organization of AT&T

Ensuring the success of AT&T championing diversity while driving AT&T Return on Investment (ROI), executing on Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) initiatives and leveraging relationships to develop employees personally and professionally.

LEAGUE provides a supportive environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender employees and allies to develop leadership and professional skills. We add value at AT&T by appreciating and promoting diversity in the company and community where we live and work.

It Gets Better

AT&T Supports the LGBT Community


AT&T Scores 100% again on the HRC Corporate Equality Index! Congratulations on 12 years!

AT&T scores 100 again on the HRC list of best companies for LGBT employees to work for. The Human Rights Campaigns 15th Corporate Equality Index added international operations to the review criteria for 2016.  With operations in countries with harsh anti-LGBT laws AT&T and other leading international countries continued to achieve 100% scores.

HRC President Chad Griffin, “Today, businesses no longer reserve basic workplace fairness for part of their workforce, but are instead making protections on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity consistent across their global operations,” Griffin writes in the introduction to the report. “This is not only a great step forward for the LGBT movement, but for the entire world.”


Community within Community at AT&T

  • Provide networking and mentoring opportunities through meetings, community and AT&T projects that promote our members growth and to present a talented leadership pool for AT&T.
  • Sponsor LGBT educational and cultural activities to expand awareness of the value of diversity in our workforce.
  • Serve as a focal point and sounding board for corporate awareness regarding LGBT employees at AT&T.
  • Work with AT&T leadership, unions representing AT&T employees, and all interested parties to abolish harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, thereby empowering AT&T employees to reach their full potential.
  • Improve continuously the partnership between LEAGUE and AT&T to address LGBT issues in the marketplace, and to identify and capitalize on revenue opportunities for AT&T.
  • Promote the growth and presence of AT&T in the LGBT community by engaging in external community activities and by serving as a liaison between the community and AT&T.