Broadband in Low-income Communities: From Access to Adoption

Broadband Changed My Life!TM Series

The Alliance for Public Technology & One Economy Corporation

cordially invite you to

Broadband in Low-income Communities:
From Access to Adoption

Wednesday, July 30

Capitol Building Room HC - 6
Washington, DC
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

The Honorable Eldolphus Towns
U.S. House of Representatives

Joy Howell
Director, APT's Broadband Changed My Life!TM Campaign


Austin Bonner
Director of Communications and Media Relations, One Economy Corporation

Alec Ross
Executive Vice President, External Affairs, One Economy Corporation

Boxed lunch will be served.

The Alliance for Public Technology (APT) is a nonprofit membership organization based in Washington, D.C., which was founded in 1989 to foster public policies that ensure access to advanced telecommunications technologies for all Americans. APT is the leading consumer group focused exclusively on broadband and advanced telecommunications technologies. APT can be found online at

APT's "Broadband Changed My Life!" campaign is a nationwide initiative to raise awareness of the life enhancing benefits of broadband technologies and services. Learn more about the campaign at

One Economy Corporation is a global nonprofit organization whose mission is to maximize the potential of technology to help low-income people improve their lives and enter the economic mainstream. They bring broadband into the homes of low-income people, employ youth to train their community members to use technology effectively, and provide public-purpose media properties that offer a wealth of information on education, jobs, health care and other issues. One Economy uses innovative approaches to deliver the power o technology and information to low-income people, giving them valuable tools for building better lives.