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Employee Spotlight: How Military Veterans Power the Un‑carrier

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Earlier this year, Jon Freier, T-Mobile EVP of Consumer Markets and co-executive sponsor of the company’s Veterans & Allies Network employee resource group, paid tribute to several Team Magenta members who have been activated by the National Guard to support the federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Diversity Equals Innovation

By Mike Sievert
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As National Disability Employment Awareness Month draws to a close, I want to talk about how important it is to acknowledge and celebrate — all year long — the countless contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. And with a son who was physically impacted a few years ago by a severe skiing accident, along with a cousin who is Deaf, I have a personal connection to disability. Through them and others, I recognize the challenges that exist for these individuals and the incredible value that they can add to any company’s team.

A Security Expert Takes on Phone Scams and How to Avoid Them During COVID-19

Identity theft protection pro Carrie Kerskie says tools like T-Mobile’s Scam Shield and other precautions can help stop fraudsters in their tracks.
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By Jason Adams

When it comes to identity theft, fraud and cyber threats, Carrie Kerskie has seen it all — and then some.

“This stuff can be overwhelming to people,” she says. “In the almost 15 years of working with victims, I’ve actually had two victims commit suicide over it. When it comes to frauds and scams, I’ve seen people who’ve see their entire life savings gone overnight. It can be devastating to people.”

Trailblazer Takeaways: Rosario Dawson on the Importance of “Making a Plan to Vote”

The actress and Voto Latino co-founder joined T-Mobile for its Talking with Trailblazers guest-speaker series in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
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From September 15 to October 15, T-Mobile observed Hispanic Heritage Month with a host of virtual celebrations, panel talks and educational events. It all culminated last week with a blockbuster Talking with Trailblazers, the company’s ongoing internal guest-speaker series, with multi-hyphenate actor-activist-philanthropist Rosario Dawson, who joined from her New Jersey home to speak with EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer Deeanne King with a few thousand employees in attendance.

Gearing Up: A Look at T‑Mobile’s Emergency Response Equipment

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Throughout the year, communities across the country may face a number of natural disasters — hurricanes, tornados, wildfires and earthquakes — all of which can bring life-threatening conditions and cause devastation. In the face of any one of these natural events, major concerns center around the safety and well-being of people in impacted communities, from residents to first responders helping the community in the aftermath.

Double Play: T‑Mobile Increases Donations for MLB World Series Support for Little League

Parents and coaches share stories of how the T-Mobile Little League Call Up Grant Program helps kids in need.
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By Shawna Ryan, T-Mobile Stories

“As a single parent, I don’t get these opportunities very often for my son, but thanks to this program he was able to have the best summer of his life,” said Joanna Brown, a Little League parent from Ketchikan, Alaska.

Baseball, Softball and 5G for All. T-Mobile Turns Up Donations for Little League® During the World Series

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  • What's the news: The Un-carrier is increasing its support of families in need, donating $10,000 per home run during the World Series to help cover Little League registration fees. And, when you text “LittleLeague” to 313131, T-Mobile will donate $5 per text to support a kid in your area, up to an additional $2 million. Plus, T-Mobile is giving away five 5G smartphones every 5th inning during the series.
  • Why it matters: Little League is where many kids across the country first experience teamwork and learn the true meaning of sportsmanship … and thanks to these donations, thousands more will be able to play who otherwise couldn’t afford it.
  • Who it's for: Little Leaguers® with big league dreams. 
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  • What's the news: The Un-carrier is increasing its support of families in need, donating $10,000 per home run during the World Series to help cover Little League registration fees. And, when you text “LittleLeague” to 313131, T-Mobile will donate $5 per text to support a kid in your area, up to an additional $2 million. Plus, T-Mobile is giving away five 5G smartphones every 5th inning during the series.
  • Why it matters: Little League is where many kids across the country first experience teamwork and learn the true meaning of sportsmanship … and thanks to these donations, thousands more will be able to play who otherwise couldn’t afford it.
  • Who it's for: Little Leaguers® with big league dreams. 

Dealing with Disaster Season

This T-Mobile "Dynamic Duo" Battles Everything from Wildfires to the Pandemic. Here's How.
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By Jonathan Zwickel, T-Mobile Stories

“We Have a Proud Legacy and Our Future Is Bright!”

T-Mobile’s External Diversity and Inclusion Council members say celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month on a companywide level is the right way to honor Latinx employees — past, present and future.
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By Shawna Ryan, T-Mobile Stories

“Most people know about the Latino population in terms of statistics,” says T-Mobile External Diversity and Inclusion Council member Gilbert Casellas. “There are 58 million of us, with a GDP that’s equivalent to $2.3 trillion, and if we were a separate country we would be the eighth largest country in the world. Fortunately, we’re part of this great country and making it even greater.”

“Why Forge a New Path if No One Follows?”

Elaine Welteroth, former editor-in-chief at Teen Vogue, spoke to T-Mobile employees, offering a simple directive: leave roadmaps to help women follow the trails you’ve blazed.
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By Shawna Ryan

“There was a whole new blueprint that I was going to be sort of writing for myself as I went along the way, and there were not a lot of role models or blueprints that I could refer to throughout my journey,” Elaine Welteroth reminisced while speaking virtually to some 5,200 employees logged in to T-Mobile’s fourth annual Women’s Summit, which recently took place. “I just remember how important it felt to connect with another black woman leader.”

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