Finding answers to Iowa's hardest questions

It’s hard to believe that there are only 3 months left in 2017. We have accomplished so much but, as always, there is more work to be done. That’s because at AT&T we find answers to the hard questions Iowa and the rest of our country face. From a modernized first responders network to diversity in businesses and in STEM education, you, and the rest of the AT&T family, make this possible. As I am sure you already know, many members in our family have weathered 4 unprecedented natural disasters just weeks apart. I want you to know that we as a company have their backs, just like they have ours. The road to recover will be long, and we will be with them every step of the way.

Thanks for reading,

Dustin Blythe
Director External Affairs — Iowa & Nebraska

AT&T Iowa is proud to support the Des Moines University Glanton Scholarship fund

Earlier this month I was very pleased to present President Angela Franklin with an $11,000 contribution to the Des Moines University Glanton Scholarship fund. The fund supports scholarships for minority students under-represented in the health professions, as well as diversity initiatives that benefit all students. Joining me for the presentation were scholarship recipients who shared the difference the scholarship makes in their pursuit of a degree in health care. I was inspired by their stories and appreciative of Des Moines University providing us the opportunity to support these students in their academic and professional careers.

At AT&T we know that diverse, talented and dedicated individuals are critical to our success, so we look for people from various backgrounds and give them opportunities to grow. We have long been a leader in providing an inclusive work environment, offering performance-based rewards and creating a culture of excellence. It is with this value firmly in mind that we have been proud to support the Glanton Scholarship fund for the past 3 years, contributing more than $30,000.

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Dustin Blythe was named director of external affairs for AT&T Nebraska & Iowa in January of 2015. He manages AT&T’s legislative and community affairs activities in Iowa and Nebraska and works closely with community leaders, legislators and other policymakers to help meet AT&T’s objective of connecting people with technology everywhere they live and work. Dustin’s passion for community extends to co-founding two not-for-profit organizations, Project 52, which provides trees to families who have lost children, and the Treye Blythe Memorial Golf Tournament, which has given over $300,000 to local charities.

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