It’s no secret that the Women of AT&T are making a big impact. Whether it’s working with big media properties or putting the finishing touches on a great new product, their skills help make #LifeAtATT possible. #LifeAtATT isn’t just about time spent in the office however; we know our people bring their best selves when they have the time to pursue their passions.
As a frequent contributor to our newsroom, Keysha “KBrad” Bradley’s voice reaches our teams and millions of customers each day. But she lends her voice to more than just AT&T. Anyone who’s met Keysha knows she’s lived and breathed sports since she was a basketball MVP in high school and a world champion for the Dallas Diamonds Women’s Professional Football Team. She is also a certified high school basketball and college basketball official. It’s fair to say she knows a bit about a lot of sports.
Today, Keysha also lends her voice to her passion outside of work. She is a fan engagement coordinator and commentator for the Texas Elite Spartans, just one of many teams of the Women’s National Football Conference, calling the play-by-play and getting the fans fired up. When she’s not penning eye-catching stories for our employee social channels, you can also find her running through the court as an official with the Dallas Basketball Officials Association.
“It’s an honor and privilege to be the voice of the Texas Elite Spartans, a class act organization that empowers women and provides a positive football experience for female athletes.” – Keysha Bradley
Our people build a strong foundation of mutual support to build each other up to be the best they can be. Learn more about how the women of AT&T continue living out our values and contributing to their communities.Learn More