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From improving the nation's infrastructure to securing stable funding and advancing rural development, NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association is working to build a better broadband future.

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From Our Blog

GlobalWIN Heads to West Virginia

As I have shared with some folks in the past, one of my favorite extracurricular activities for the last several years has been my engagement with a group based in Washington, D.C. called the Global Women’s Innovation Network.

#BipartisanTech

Our panel was focused on rural broadband and discussion centered on challenges, hot topics and what are some possible out-of-the-box solutions to ponder. The talk was wide-ranging and robust (which is sometimes code for we all did not necessarily agree with one another!) but I will say that I think disagreements add to the discussion and hopefully give everyone in the room more to think about.

And the 116th Congress is on its way …

On January 2nd the new Congress was sworn in for their new terms and away we go. This picture was taken from one of the many swearing-in parties myself and our team attended over the week as we welcomed back old friends and introduced ourselves to the new players who are flooding Washington, D.C.