Universal Broadband: Access for All Americans
Internet Innovation Alliance
Thursday, December 10, 2009
8:45 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Newseum, 8th Floor
The Symposium will:
- Examine the opportunities and advantages broadband Internet brings to education, job searching, creation and training, health care, community building, entertainment and civic participation.
- Address wireless Internet as a bridge over the digital divide, the benefits of online content for minority communities, and the economic impacts of broadband deployment.
- Discuss the future of broadband technology and the likely impact of government actions to promote or diminish broadband deployment and adoption.
President, Brilliant Corners Research & Strategies
Former Speaker, California State Assembly
CEO, One Economy Corporation
Program Manager, Summit Health Institute for Research and Education
Special Assistant to the President for Urban Affairs
Valerie Fast Horse,
IT Director, Coeur D'Alene Tribe
Interim Provost, Medical Education Campus, Northern Virginia Community College
Dr. Joseph P. Fuhr,
Professor of Economics, Widener University and Senior Fellow, American Consumer Institute
Managing Editor and Chief Correspondent for The Truth with Jeff Johnson
Dr. Elaine Kamarck,
Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Managing Partner at JLynn Associates
Maria Teresa Petersen,
Executive Director, VotoLatino
Vice President, Programs and Policy Group, American Foundation for the Blind
Political Strategist and Media Consultant
Deborah Taylor Tate
Former Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
President of Digital Media, BET
President, Maximum Leverage Solutions
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