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Thursday, April 19 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
New infrastructure solutions for affordable home broadband

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Panelists will share opportunities and models for communities to deploy affordable home access, using rising technologies like millimeter wave, TVWS and small cell.

Moderators
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John Windhausen

Executive Director, SHLB Coalition
John Windhausen, Jr. is the founder and Executive Director of the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition based in Washington, DC. The SHLB Coalition is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) advocacy and educational organization with 132 members from across the U.S., including representatives... Read More →

Speakers
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Bobby Coulter

Senior Manager, Information Technology & Systems, Fresno Housing Authority
After nearly two decades of private sector IT experience, Bobby Coulter joined the Fresno Housing Authority in 2015. As a lifelong Fresno native-- raised on the same streets as Fresno Housing residents, Coulter understands first-hand the challenges in pursuing a career in technology... Read More →
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Paul Garnett

Senior Director, Microsoft Airband Initiative, Microsoft
Paul Garnett is the Senior Director of Microsoft Airband Initiative, where he focuses on new technologies and business models that will enable billions more people to affordably get online and gain access to energy. Garnett and his Airband team work with internet access providers... Read More →
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Liz Lazar

Director of Programs & Partnerships, DigitalC
Liz is passionate about leveraging the power of technology to create opportunities for individuals and the communities in which they live. She leads DigitalC's Technology in the Neighborhoods pillar, including the Connect the Unconnected internet access initiative with Cuyahoga Metropolitan... Read More →
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Diana Nucera

Diana Nucera has expertise in engaging multi-generational, diverse communities in exploring innovative technology solutions. In 2014 Diana founded the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP), a sponsored project of AMP. Her work focuses on developing popular education materials that empower communities to use media and technology to investigate, illuminate, and develop visionary solutions to challenges. Diana is expanding community technology in Detroit through the Equitable Internet Initiative and in New York through the New America Foundation’s RISE: NYC Program. Her latest publications include the Opening Data Zine and the Teaching Community Technology Handbook. As a fan of joy and celebration, Diana is known for leading office wide rounds of applause when a friend walks into the AMP office., Detroit Community Technology Project
Diana has expertise in engaging multi-generational, diverse communities in exploring innovative technology solutions. In 2014 Diana founded the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP), a sponsored project of AMP. Her work focuses on developing popular education materials that... Read More →



Thursday April 19, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Global Center Conference Room C, 2nd Floor 1 St Clair Ave NE, Cleveland, OH 44114, USA