Aneta Lee, FUSE Corps Fellow in Birmingham, Alabama on Episode 6 of the Building for Digital Equity Podcast

Building for Digital Equity

On the latest episode of our Building For Digital Equity podcast, we are joined by Aneta Lee, a FUSE Corps Fellow working with the city of Birmingham, Alabama to strategize and conceptualize around the city’s role in closing the digital divide in Magic City.

Aneta shares with us how she came to work with the city and some of the initiatives that have been launched to advance digital equity. She also speaks about the city’s work with Education SuperHighway on an Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) outreach campaign known as Connect 99.

Lastly, Aneta talks about her willingness to work with other communities to help craft their digital equity plans.

This show is 15 minutes long and can be played on this page or using the podcast app of your choice with this feed.

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