This report, State-level Broadband Policy, offers state-level decision-makers and stakeholders an overview of how broadband policy can promote the public good, and why it is so critical. While many actions and decisions regarding broadband are inherently local, the state has an important role in supporting those local solutions. The infrastructure to provide broadband access—including wired and wireless networks—is created to serve particular localities.
Angela is the Director of the National Digital Inclusion Alliance, which presents a unified voice for local technology training, home broadband access and public broadband access programs. NDIA works to craft, identify and disseminate financial and operational resources for digital inclusion programs while serving as a bridge to policymakers and the general public.>
A portfolio of her written work can be viewed here.