Grace Tepper

Senior Writing Associate

Grace Tepper joined the Benton Institute in 2021. She is passionate about digital equity and highlights a variety of programs and perspectives through writing and research projects. She also assists with Benton’s Accelerate and Broadband Breakthrough programs, newsletter publications, and organizational outreach. Grace graduated in 2021 from Emerson College with a degree in Political Communication.

Grace's Recent Articles

How is the Affordable Connectivity Program Performing?

Montana's Digital Opportunity Plan

Achieving Digital Independence in Utah

Boosting Digital Equity in Phoenix

Maine Drafts a Five-Year Broadband Action Plan

Maine's Vision of Digital Equity

Federal Broadband Funding Report: These Agencies Are Funding Internet for All (Part II)

What did NTIA's Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth Accomplish in 2022?

How the Martha Wright-Reed Act Moves Us Closer to Just and Reasonable Communications

North Carolina Central University Trains Digital Equity Leadership in Durham

A Year One Update on the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Connecting Tribal Communities

Hoopa Valley Tribe is Closing the Digital Divide

Black Churches 4 Digital Equity Connects Communities to the Affordable Connectivity Program

Drake State Employs Broadband to Further STEM Opportunities

Arkansas Uses Capital Projects Fund to Connect Rural Areas

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Play a Key Role in States' Digital Equity Plans

Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology Connects Rural Students and Trains Fiber Technicians

American Rescue Plan Fuels Virginia's Universal Broadband Efforts

Affordable Connectivity Program Commitments by Internet Service Providers

Internet Service Providers Commit to Affordable Broadband

Broadband's Role in Equity Action Plans

NTIA Funds Public-Private Broadband Partnerships

Public-Private Partnerships Funded by NTIA's Broadband Infrastructure Program

Does your wireless company participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Does your telephone company participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Does your cable company participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program?