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Municipal Leadership in Community-Wide Digital Inclusion Strategies

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Across the U.S., city administrations are leading the creation of community strategies to promote digital literacy and broadband access for all their citizens. This roundtable will feature a discussion of these efforts by city officials who work in the “digital inclusion trenches” in Seattle, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Portland, Boston and other communities.


Location: Multi-Purpose Room

Date: Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Time: 3:30-4:30 PM



Anne Schweiger

Digital Inclusion and Broadband Advocate

City of Boston


David Keyes

Community Technology Program Manager

City of Seattle


Matthew Timberlake

IT Portfolio Manager

Multnomah County, City of Portland


Otto Doll


City of Minneapolis


Rick Usher

Assistant City Manager for Entrepreneurship and Small Business

City of Kansas City, MO




Deb Socia

Executive Director

Next Century Cities

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