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T-Mobile Foundation Matches Employee Donations in Support of Ukrainian Refugees

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The T-Mobile Foundation is matching employee donations to organizations supporting Ukrainian refugees, dollar for dollar, up to $2,000 per employee, per year. Organizations include:

Looking Beyond the Horizon: How CIOs Can Embed DEI Into Succession Planning

Technology leaders say long-term multidimensional perspective, transparency can optimize the succession planning process—and cultivate a diverse pipeline of talent
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By Lou DiLorenzo, Anjali Shaikh, Kristi Lamar, and Erin Clark

Readying the next generation of C-suite leaders for success is a core mission for any organization. For a variety of reasons, however, organizations often struggle to prepare their most promising future leaders. This isn’t for lack of awareness: Our own survey shows that many leaders recognize that succession planning is important, but only a few executives believe that they do it well.1

Employee Spotlight: Making Connections Count When They're Needed Most

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As the war in Ukraine continues, one of the most important things, say these T‑Mobile team members who are from the region, is keeping an open line of communication with loved ones. Here are their stories of how they’re keeping connected during the conflict.

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As the war in Ukraine continues, one of the most important things, say these T‑Mobile team members who are from the region, is keeping an open line of communication with loved ones. Here are their stories of how they’re keeping connected during the conflict.

T-Mobile Offers Support to Those Impacted by Events in Ukraine

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We recognize that many T-Mobile customers and their loved ones may be impacted by the events taking place in Ukraine. As this situation evolves and the need for reliable connectivity increases, we are offering support to those who need it.

Update: March 8, 2022

Celebrating Women's History by Making Women's History

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In 2014, T‑Mobile employees founded the Women’s Leadership Network to broaden the collective voice for women in wireless. Today, under the purposefully evolved title Women & Allies Network — and after a pandemic that took a serious toll on working women — its presence can be felt across the company, including in changes to physical workspaces and initiatives like the TechX Returnship program. In honor of Women’s History Month, we take a look at how it all began and where it’s headed — along with why that’s important not just for the women of T‑Mobile, but women everywhere.

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In 2014, T‑Mobile employees founded the Women’s Leadership Network to broaden the collective voice for women in wireless. Today, under the purposefully evolved title Women & Allies Network — and after a pandemic that took a serious toll on working women — its presence can be felt across the company, including in changes to physical workspaces and initiatives like the TechX Returnship program. In honor of Women’s History Month, we take a look at how it all began and where it’s headed — along with why that’s important not just for the women of T‑Mobile, but women everywhere.

Black History Month Employee Spotlight: Joyce Christanio Is Leading the Charge for Change With the Nexttech Diversity Program

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A standout from T‑Mobile’s Procurement & Supply team is helping drive the company’s hugely successful NextTech Diversity Program as it enters its second year with expanded training courses and larger class sizes. In recognition of Black History Month, here she tells us about what drives her and her hopes for the future of the program.

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A standout from T‑Mobile’s Procurement & Supply team is helping drive the company’s hugely successful NextTech Diversity Program as it enters its second year with expanded training courses and larger class sizes. In recognition of Black History Month, here she tells us about what drives her and her hopes for the future of the program.

Harris County Public Library Launches Internet Connect Campaign With 5G From T-Mobile for Business

$30 Million Federal Emergency Connectivity Fund Grant Largest Given to a Library System
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HOUSTON & BELLEVUE, Wash., February 9, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Harris County Public Library (HCPL) is teaming up with T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Google to launch HCPL Connected, a community-wide internet connectivity campaign for Harris County residents in need of online access. The program will provide 40,000 T-Mobile 5G MiFi hotspots with unlimited data on T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network and 15,000 Chromebook laptop computers.

T-Mobile Makes $2.5M Donation Aimed at Opening Doors to Equitable Economic and Educational Opportunities for Young Adults

On the first day of Black History Month, the Un‑carrier renews partnership with Thurgood Marshall College Fund; extends Magenta Edge and NextTech Diversity programs
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BELLEVUE, Wash., February 2, 2022 /3BL Media/ — Inspired by Black innovators who have forged pathways to success for their community, today, on the first day of Black History Month, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) announced a significant $2.5 million donation through its Magenta Scholars program to support the next generation of diverse leaders who will carry on that legacy.

Another Way to #BeYou: T-Mobile Brings True Name® by Mastercard® to T-Mobile MONEY

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  • What’s the news: T-Mobile MONEY customers can now use True Name, a feature that lets customers display their chosen name on their T-Mobile MONEY debit card.
  • Why it matters: Transgender and non-binary Americans face substantial challenges and even discrimination and harassment when names on their bank cards don’t match who they truly are. And it’s difficult to get those cards updated. T-Mobile makes it easy for all customers to be themselves every day.  
  • Who it’s for: EVERY T-Mobile MONEY customer.
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  • What’s the news: T-Mobile MONEY customers can now use True Name, a feature that lets customers display their chosen name on their T-Mobile MONEY debit card.
  • Why it matters: Transgender and non-binary Americans face substantial challenges and even discrimination and harassment when names on their bank cards don’t match who they truly are. And it’s difficult to get those cards updated. T-Mobile makes it easy for all customers to be themselves every day.  
  • Who it’s for: EVERY T-Mobile MONEY customer.

T-Mobile Achieves U.S. Telecom Industry First (Again): 100% Renewable Energy

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BELLEVUE, Wash., January 31, 2022 /3BL Media/ — In 2018, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) was the first and only U.S. provider to create an ambitious plan to source 100% of its total electricity usage with renewable energy by the end of 2021. Today the company announced it was the first in wireless to do it.

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