Our 2021 Credo video.

By: Raquel Wilson
Senior Manager, Corporate Communications

The shared philosophy that guides us as we move forward together. Watch today.

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Our Credo guides how we show up as a responsible business and is the blueprint that inspires us to live up to the highest standards. It defines who we are and how we work, led by our core values of integrity, respect, performance excellence, accountability and social responsibility.

As a former adfellow turned full-time employee, having the opportunity to voice the 2021 Credo video was an incredible honor, knowing that it exemplifies what we do best, how we will invest in the future as we move forward.

“We believe” rings true for me. When I see our efforts with Citizen Verizon, how we show up for our customers, our commitment to advancing technology, and the ways we embrace diversity, I know we genuinely believe in working towards a brighter future for everyone. Let’s continue to always move forward together.

Note: featured in the Credo video were the following employees:

  • Treneil Mitchell
  • Dave Diaz
  • Richard Levy
  • Candace Clark
  • James Emanuel
  • Stacie Antosiewicz
  • Pedro Genao
  • Julio Quesada
  • Matthew Parker
  • Jackie Castro
  • Paul Miller
  • Jeremy Bloch
  • Pratima Patri
  • Andrew Fusco
About the author:

Raquel Wilson is a former adfellow who now enjoys keeping the V Team up to date on all things Verizon as a host of Up To Speed. You can always rely on her to have a good book recommendation and a latte she probably paid way too much for.

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