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Broadband Roundtable

Metro21 Meets with Top Officials for Broadband Roundtable

On Wednesday, August 11, Metro21 met with Congressman Mike Doyle, U.S. Department of Commerce Deputy Secretary Don Graves, Mayor Bill Peduto and others for a U.S. Department of Commerce Roundtable on closing the Broadband Digital Divide.

The discussion was held in Innovation Hall at the Energy Innovation Center to discuss improving equity and to promote economic growth in Pittsburgh.  Participants included:

  • Honorable Mike Doyle, Congressman
  • Honorable Don Graves, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Honorable Bill Peduto, Mayor, City of Pittsburgh
  • Grant Ervin, Directory of Resiliency, City of Pittsburgh
  • Mark Stuckey, Chief Technology Officer, Pittsburgh Public Schools
  • Audrey Russo, President and CEO, Pittsburgh Technology Council

  •  Walter Lewis, President and CEO – Homewood Children’s Village

  •  Jon Peha, Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University

Read the Post-Gazette article here.

Read the WESA article here.