Connecting Michigan Communities

Connecting Michigan Communities is a webinar series highlighting critical broadband and technology-related topics. This series Connected Nation Michigan, will discuss issues, and take questions from our audience on topics such as Federal and State broadband activity, Digital Equity, Connectivity in Agriculture, Education Technology, among others.

Connecting Michigan Communities: State and Local Efforts

Join Connected Nation staff members Heather Gate and Wes Kerr on their discussion about Digital Inclusion in Michigan and what communities can do to increase the adoption and use of broadband and technology.

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Connecting Michigan Communities – Broadband Mapping

Connected Nation Vice President of GIS Services, Ashley Hitt, discussed the work that goes into mapping Michigan's broadband infrastructure, and the work that CNMI does to help ensure its accuracy.

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Connecting Michigan Communities: Federal Broadband Update

On February 2nd, 2021, Connected Nation Director of Public Policy, Lindsay Conrad, provided an update on the efforts that are underway at the Federal level to assist communities across the country, and how it impacts Michigan. 

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Connecting Michigan Communities: Broadband Technologies: Today and Beyond

On November 16th, 2020, Chip Spann, Director, Engineering & Technical Services and Wes Kerr, Director, Community Solutions discussed the predominant technologies providing broadband service today and what kind of technologies we can expect in the future.

Connecting Michigan Communities: Community and Local Efforts

On December 8th, 2020, the Connected Nation Michigan team discussed the work that communities throughout the state are doing to further secure their connectivity and digital futures.

Connecting Michigan Communities: State and Local Efforts

On January 19th, 2021, Eric Frederick VP, Community Affairs; Executive Director, Connected Nation Michigan discussed the efforts at the state and local level to ensure Michiganders have access to broadband, and are provided with the means necessary to adopt and use broadband and technology.