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AT&T's Lori Lee Named to "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" List

Lori Lee

Lori Lee, AT&T senior executive vice president, is recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of 2014's 50 Most Powerful Women in Business. Lee leads AT&T Home Solutions—the wireline consumer organization which provides U-verse high speed Internet, TV and Voice over IP services, in addition to traditional telephone service and advanced advertising. Lee is the first AT&T employee ever named to the prestigious list.

Girls Crack the Code

The 19 girls who spent their summer learning how to code.

Coding is what's "in" these days among the youngsters. Just ask 19 girls who spent their summer learning how to code. They traded summer fun at the beach for intense, high-tech work in New York City. Read their story in the blog and watch the related video.

Paving the Way for Women in STEM

At the 2013 Women in the World Summit, AT&T women leaders Cathy Coughlin, Debbie Storey and Esther Lee took a moment to reflect on the company’s ongoing efforts to attract more girls and young women to careers in science, technology, math and engineering (STEM). Watch and listen as they describe the issue and why it’s vital for our future that more women take a seat at the STEM table.

Paving the Way for Women in STEM

Girls Inc. honors AT&T's Coughlin

Girls Inc. recently honored AT&T Senior Executive Vice President and Global Marketing Officer Cathy Coughlin for her success in business and for inspiring young women to reach their full potential.

Girls Inc. scholarship recipient Diana Avila presented the “Woman of Achievement” award to Coughlin on March 13 in New York City. Coughlin was one of four exceptional women executives honored at the 29th Annual Girls Inc. New York Luncheon Celebrating Women of Achievement.

Coughlin said she was proud to be recognized by an organization that does so much to help girls succeed, particularly when it comes to getting them interested in careers that require strong skills in science, technology, engineering and math.

Girls Inc., Cathy Coughlin and Diana


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