06/11/2020|Inside Verizon

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By: Jeremy Godwin

Hans and Christy discuss today’s challenges and how we’ll move forward together.

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On today’s Up To Speed Live, Jeremy was joined by Hans and Christy who provided the following updates:

  • Racial justice: Christy provided details on how we’ll move forward together. This includes continuing to have meaningful conversations, building a strong and diverse organization and engaging the community. We’ll hear about new volunteer opportunities and more from Chief Social Responsibility Officer Rose Kirk on Monday’s Up To Speed.
  • Our networks remain strong; in the last 3 months we’ve handled 58 billion calls.
  • Watch a live commencement address from former President Bill Clinton & Hans Vestberg. They’ll be on Verizon's LinkedIn and Twitter tomorrow at 11 AM ET/8 AM PT for advice, insights and a real-time Q&A session. #Commencement2020 #ClassOf2020 #ReadyForAnything

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About the author:

Jeremy Godwin is a member of the Verizon Corporate Communications team and a regular host of Up to Speed. He's the team's resident tech geek and media junkie.

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