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Tuesday, April 2 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
“I can't afford a computer”: Acquiring Affordable Devices for People Who Need Them

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Affordable devices are a key element of digital inclusion strategy in most communities. Panelists discuss solutions including local and national refurbisher partnerships and other options. 

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Michael Abensour

Executive Director, Kramden Institute
Kramden Institute's mission is to provide technology tools and training to bridge the digital divide. Since our founding in 2003, we have awarded over 35,000 computers across North Carolina (and beyond) to students, families and communities in 83 of the state's 100 counties. Kramden... Read More →

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Seth Hubbert

Executive Director, Tech Exchange
Tech Exchange is dedicated to providing digital equity to Bay Area residents. We employ an environmentally sustainable, re-use model by refurbishing donated computers and providing them to families, schools and community organizations. Over the last 24 years, we have distributed 49,000... Read More →
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Pat Millen

President/Co-Founder, E2D, Inc.
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Casey Sorensen

CEO, PCs for People
Casey Sorensen is the CEO of PCs for People, a national non-profit organization based in St. Paul/Minneapolis, MN. Casey began his career working in technology automation with Deloitte Consulting, however, his true passion was to help others join the digital world. Casey left consulting... Read More →