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Wednesday, September 2 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Paying for digital inclusion: Today's funding realities, and possible paths to a better-funded future

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Nonprofit digital inclusion programs, large or small, need a variety of funding strategies to survive and thrive. Successful program managers share their best practices and ideas for building support from funding institutions as well as the communities they serve.

Moderators
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Emy Tseng

Senior Broadband Program Specialist, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)
Emy Tseng is a Senior Broadband Program Specialist with the National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA) BroadbandUSA program. She provides technical assistance on expanding broadband access, adoption and use in underserved communities and smart inclusive communities.Prior... Read More →

Speakers
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Maggie Woods

Institute for Emerging Issues
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Sabrina Roach

Board Member, Alliance for Community Media Foundation
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Leon Wilson

Chief of Digital Innovation & CIO, The Cleveland Foundation
Leon Wilson, has over 25 years in the field of Information Technology, currently as the Chief of Digital Innovation & Chief Information Officer at the Cleveland Foundation. In this dual role, Leon is part of the executive committee leading the foundation’s Information & Technology... Read More →
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Elizabeth Lindsey

CEO, Byte Back
Elizabeth Lindsey is the Executive Director of Byte Back, a Washington, DC based nonprofit offering a free technology training pathway for unemployed adults. Byte Back is one of the only organizations in the country that helps adults with no or low tech skills move from beginner to... Read More →
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Joshua Edmonds

Director of Digital Inclusion, City of Detroit
Joshua Edmonds is a digital inclusion policy fellow within the Poverty Solutions Initiative at the University of Michigan and the City of Detroit’s inaugural Director of Digital Inclusion. In his role, Joshua is responsible for creating a sustainable digital inclusion strategy... Read More →


Wednesday September 2, 2020 3:30pm - 4:30pm PDT
Ballroom (355) - Portland State University Smith Memorial Student Union