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Net Inclusion 2019, April 1 - 3, Set for Charlotte, North Carolina
Spring seems like a lifetime away as we hunker down in our frozen Minneapolis office, but we know it will be here sooner than we expect and with it will come Net Inclusion 2019. The event will take place in Charlotte, North Carolina, this year April 1st - 3rd and if you haven’t already started making plans to be there…why haven’t you started making plans to be there?
Putting Digital Inclusion on Everyone's Mind
Each year the National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) puts on the event to bring together a broad range of people and organizations involved in digital equity. In addition to policy experts and community practitioners, representatives from Internet access providers attend, along with advocates and folks interested in sparking grassroots movements in their local communities. Some of the issues they discuss include:
- Policy at the federal, state, and local level that affect digital equity
- Support — including financial— aimed at digital inclusion programs
- Digital inclusion best practices from around the U.S.
This year, the event will be held in Charlotte at the Harris Conference Center. Day One — April 1st — will include a series of pre-conference events. By the second day of the conference, the itinerary will be filled with interactive sessions and the final day will end at 3 p.m. on April 3rd. If you register by February 14th, you can receive a discount on your tickets and on hotel bookings at the Omni hotel.
There will be a lot going on, so check out the schedule to plan your participation. You can also see a list of speakers (Christopher will be there).
Learn more at the NDIA registration page.
Are You An Affiliate? Ligtning Round!
NDIA is also accepting special applications from digital inclusion initiatives for 25 - 30 Lightning Round presentations. Each organization accepted will have four minutes to present their initiative and a maximum of five slides. If you’re interested, learn more at the NDIA website; the deadline to apply is February 15th, 2019.