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Internet Essentials Ambassador Of The Year

A Happy Mother’s Day to a community ambassador

Today we celebrating the beautiful women in our lives that we call our mothers. Whether it be our real life mothers, grandmothers, wife, significant other, aunts, cousins or perhaps a neighbor that we hold dearly to our hearts.

These women are the cradle of our society that helps keeps us all in motion. Without these women our worlds would be simply nothing.

Comcast South is celebrating one of their mothers who has not only helped to make a difference within their organization, but also within the metro Atlanta area community. Mrs. Shante Robinson has been an employee with Comcast South for over 20 years. Robinson started her career with Comcast as a residential representative, and she now works as part of the Comcast Business team and serves as an Internet Essentials Ambassador.

Internet Essentials is a program launched by Comcast ten years ago to help provide resources and internet services to low-income families. Since 2011, Comcast has provided over 10 million people with low-cost internet services. Internet Essentials is a part of Comcast’s Project UP, a comprehensive initiative to advance digital equity and help build a future of Unlimited Possibilities. Through Project UP, we are committing $1 billion over the next 10 years to reach tens of millions of people.

Powered by over 3,000 ambassadors across the country, Internet Essentials recognizes four ambassadors a year that represents their four regions. Selected for the Big South region, Robinson has served above and beyond her regular duties as an ambassador for Comcast and its Internet Essential services.

This past year alone Robinson has Shante has served her community as a softball coach for the last four years. Partnered with organizations to improve Atlanta such as packing lunches for people experiencing homelessness. Robinson has also worked 100 Black Men of Atlanta and helped staff an Atlanta Public School event where 500 laptops were gifted to students.

Its women such as Robinson why we celebrate today and name it “Mother’s Day.” Not only does Mrs. Robinson love and serve her very own family, but she loves and her very own community as her own.

Happy Mother’s Day to you Mrs. Robinson, amd thank you for all you have done for our metro Atlanta community.

Robinson is joined by her husband, William Maye Jr. and their ten grandchildren: Marcus Chatman, Scarlet Maye-Whitted, Damon Day Jr., Serenity Whitted, Jazariah Chatman, Dasia Day, Shaniyah Brown Maye, Shalea Whitted, TeYah Sommerville, and Taurus Sommerville Jr. (TJ).

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