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Interviews

 

  John Windhausen
Don Means
Charles Benton
 

 

 

Plenary & Keynote Archive

Jim Baller, The Baller, Herbst Law Group

Moderator:
Don Means

Speakers:
Corinne Hill
Joe Fives
Eric Brown
Craig Orgeron, State CIO from Mississippi
Moderator:
John Horrigan

Speakers:
Deb Socia
Denise Hendlmyer
Emerson Evans
Ashley DelBianco
Margaret McCarthy
Blair Levin, Author, "The Politics of Abundance"

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
Sunne Wright McPeak, President and CEO, California Emerging Technology Fund

Jim Knight, Lord Knight of Weymouth, Chair Online Centres Foundation and Former UK Digital Minister
   
Moderator:
Marty Stern, K&L Gates

Speakers:
Pankaj Shah
John Conley
Joe Freddoso
   
     

Policy Panel Archive

Moderator:
Anne Neville

Speakers:
Scott Valcourt
Stuart Freiman
David Moore

Moderator:
Lou Lehrman

Speakers:
Trent Harkrader
Kathy Hsu Wibberly
Ned Ellington
Moderator:
Laura Breeden

Speakers:
Jamie Hollier
Susan Corbett
Luis Arteaga
Moderator:
Craig Settles

Speakers:
Bob Gehrer
Angela Bailey
Jennie Stapp
Moderator:
Bob Bocher

Speakers:
Lisa Hone
Sheryl Abshire
Moderator:
Dr. Jon Gant

Speakers:
Sari Feldman
Rebecca Ranallo
Nate Hill
Grace Agnew
Nicole Levine
     
     


The SHLB Coalition will hold its Annual Spring Conference on May 1-3, 2013
at the beautiful Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.


CLICK HERE to view the SHLB Conference 2013 Program (PDF)


The Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband Coalition, based in Washington, D.C., advocates policies that encourage the deployment of affordable, open, high-capacity broadband networks and faster Internet services for schools, libraries, health care providers, and other community anchor institutions across America. The SHLB Coalition consists of a wide variety of non-profit and commercial organizations working together to champion broadband programs that can enhance anchor institutions' ability to serve their communities. We welcome your participation and support!

 



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