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Dear Colleague,

As we head into the heat of the summer, we’re looking toward the future for the AT&T network — from the physical technology itself, to the workers our country and our company needs. That’s why we’re working with organizations to cultivate a deep and diverse talent pipeline for AT&T, but also to train and educate future workers for America. And it’s why we’re looking to increase connectivity speeds and network capacity with small cell deployment to enhance and support a smarter, stronger and more connected network.

Best regards,

Dustin Blythe
Director External Affairs — Iowa & Nebraska

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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