The Women of AT&T Employee Resource Group (ERG) recently honored LD Lowe Wealth Advisory as both the 2016 national and Dallas chapter RAVE (Recognition Award for Value and Excellence) Program Vendor of the Year.

The Women of AT&T RAVE program was developed to recognize the achievement of women and men who support the Women of AT&T mission. Each year, local chapters nominate non-member supporters of the organization for the Vendor of the Year recognition. Those nominations are then submitted to the National RAVE committee for consideration in National RAVE awards.

LD Lowe Wealth Advisory was honored with this award for its commitment to supporting WOA in many ways over many years. For more than two decades, LD Lowe’s team has worked with hundreds of current and retired professionals from AT&T and developed intimate knowledge and expertise of the company’s pension and benefits programs. Using that experience, LD Lowe has provided consistent, valuable financial guidance to WOA and its members, as well as sponsorship support for several activities.

“We view our commitment to AT&T ERG groups as an important extension of our relationship with the company,” said Lloyd D Lowe Sr, CEO of LD Lowe Wealth Advisory. “To have our partnership with WOA recognized at this level is a true honor.”

The Women of AT&T (WOA) network connects 90,000+ women across all AT&T organizations, locations and disciplines. The Women of AT&T Employee Resource Group is an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that is organized to connect and inspire its members to achieve their personal and professional goals and to affect change in the communities where AT&T does business. WOA is the largest ERG at AT&T with more than 26,000+ members and 40 chapters.

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