CETF CEO Sunne McPeak Wins CUE Legislative Advocacy Award

CETF CEO Sunne McPeak Wins CUE Legislative Advocacy Award

Computer Using Educators (CUE) April 2016 Newsletter

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At CUE 2016 National Conference, the Legislative Advocacy Award went to Sunne McPeak, President and CEO of the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) for her long-term and intensive efforts to help enable access to the high-speed Internet by all persons in all locations and by linking schools to homes. CUE is expanding its alliance with CETF to include collaboration on State and National policy and legislation Internet access to schools and homes. CETF is a non-profit established pursuant to requirements from the California Public Utilities Commission for the purpose of providing leadership statewide to close the "Digital Divide" by accelerating the deployment and adoption of broadband to unserved and underserved communities and population and to advocate for Federal and State policies related to affordable
Internet access.

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