Mobile Citizen is excited to take an active role in this year’s NDIA Net Inclusion conference April 17-19 in Cleveland.
On Wednesday, Mobile Citizen chief business development executive, Cassie Bair will speak on a panel focused on creating and managing digital inclusion partnerships. The panel is being moderated by New York Public Library director of digital policy, Luke Swarthout and features Libraries Without Borders executive director, Allister Chang and professor at University of Texas at Austin, Sharon Stover.
In addition, Voqal chief communications officer, Kristen Perry will participate in a lightning round focused on access and adoption with Byte Back executive director, Elizabeth Lindsey, PCs for People director of partnerships and programming, Madeline Tate and Mobile Beacon executive director, Katherine Messier.
Besides participating in these great panels, Mobile Citizen is also excited to sponsor Wednesday’s lunch and looks forward to sharing a bit about its work with conference attendees.
“Mobile Citizen is a proud member of NDIA and looks forward to the advances in digital inclusion that will no doubt result from this important conference,” said Cassie Bair.
For more information on NDIA and Net Inclusion 2018 visit digitalinclusion.org.