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Tuesday, April 2 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Creating and Managing Digital Inclusion Partnerships

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Community digital inclusion partnerships take different forms but face similar goals and challenges. Panelists will share lessons and best practices. 

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James Neal

Senior Program Officer, Institute of Museum and Library Services
Libraries; Civic Technology; Open Data; Digital Inclusion; Open Education Resources; Data Privacy/Security; Broadband Access

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Krysti Nellermoe

Education Program Supervisor, International Rescue Committee
Krysti is the Education Program Supervisor at the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Salt Lake City, UT. The IRC in Salt Lake City provides services for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to help them to thrive in the U.S... Read More →
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Tom Esselman

CEO, Connecting For Good
Computer donations, refurbishing, reselling, and recyclingWorkforce development resourcesSpin Class, Rock/Pop/Alt MusicItalian Food and WineGolf
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Cassie Bair

Mobile Citizen, a Voqal project
Cassie is the Chief Business Development Executive of Mobile Citizen, a Voqal program, which aims to bridge the digital divide with affordable mobile broadband technology. Mobile Citizen works with nonprofits, libraries, educational institutions, and social welfare agencies to advance... Read More →
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Adam Echelman

Executive Director, Libraries Without Borders
As Executive Director, Adam leads new partnerships and strategies to promote access to information for Libraries Without Borders in the United States, including partnerships with libraries, small businesses and trade associations (like laundromats!), and public agencies. Prior to... Read More →