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Henry receives 2016 Community Broadband Visionary award

Mary Beth Henry Receives the 2016 Community Broadband Visionary Award

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Henry receives 2016 Community Broadband Visionary award
Henry receives 2016 Community Broadband Visionary award

September 2016: The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) recognized Mary Beth Henry as the¬†recipient of NATOA’s Community Broadband Visionary Award. NATOA has been recognizing exceptional leaders and innovative programs that champion community interests in broadband deployment and adoption in local communities nationwide.

“We are proud to honor our 2016 individuals, communities, and organizations that lead the nation in improving broadband connectivity to all our residents,” said NATOA president Jodie Miller. “These pioneers were selected based on their extraordinary efforts, achievements and innovation in community-based approaches to broadband technology.”

The 2016 Community Broadband Award recipients are:

  • Community Broadband Hero of the Year – FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
  • Community Broadband Project of the Year – City of Ammon, Idaho
  • Community Broadband Strategic Plan of the Year – Portland, Oregon Digital Equity Action Plan (DEAP)
  • Community Broadband Digital Equity Project of the Year – City and County of San Francisco’s SF Connected Program
  • Community Broadband Innovative Partnership Award – Minnesota’s RS Fiber Cooperative
  • Community Broadband Visionary – Mary Beth Henry

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