In Times of Crisis: Technology’s Role in Connecting Families, Friends

How Access Impacted Puerto Rico Families Before and After Hurricane Maria by Jessica Denson Director of Communications, Connected Nation Louisville, KY (September 10, 2019) – Ricky Santiago lives and works in Louisville, Kentucky, but he’s from Puerto Rico, and on September 16, 2017, he felt just how far away from his childhood home he really was. “The night prior to …

Library Closures, Limited Hours Will Affect Louisville Workers, Employers

The following opinion piece was first published in Louisville Business First in June 2019 Louisville, KY – Thanks to budget cuts all but four Louisville libraries will be closed or have reduced hours. The decision is, in effect, creating “digital deserts” across the city—negatively impacting children, senior citizens, and low-income adults. For many in our community the library is the …

Kentucky Company Names Former FCC Commissioner to its Board

Louisville, Ky. (March 6, 2019) – Former Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn has been named to the board of the Kentucky-based company Charah Solutions. Cyburn resigned from the FCC in  2018 after nearly 10 years of service with the Commission. While at the FCC, she was committed to closing the Digital Divide and championed the modernization of the agency’s Lifeline Program, …